"Weberskirch, Timo" <timo.weberski...@offlimits-it.com> writes:

> maybe one of you has the same problem with the check_openmanage plugin…
> Last week we installed two new Dell PowerEdge R720 with OMSA v 7.3.0
> (check_openmange version: 3.7.10).
> Everytime I try to check my Server I get this error message:
> “SNMP ERROR [storage / pdisk]: Requested entries are empty or do not exist.”

Hello Timo,

There seems to be some sort of issue with the Openmanage installation on
this server. First thing to do is double-check that everything is
installed properly. On a RHEL6 system, the following storage related RPM
packages should be installed:

  # rpm -qa|grep srvadmin-storage

Do you see any physical disks in the Openmanage Web Console? (point your
browser to https://<server-ip>:1311/ and log in as root)

Trond H. Amundsen <t.h.amund...@usit.uio.no>
Center for Information Technology Services, University of Oslo

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