safte-monitor reads disk enclosure status information from SAF-TE capable enclosures (SCSI Accessible Fault Tolerant Enclosures), which is common on many intelligent SCSI disk enclosures and some rackmount servers with SCSI hotswap drive bays. It can monitor multiple devices and will probe for and detect them. The information retrieved includes power and fan status, temperature, audible alarm, drive faults, array critical/failed/rebuilding state, and door lock status. safte-monitor logs information to syslog and can execute a program with details of component failures. It also has a web status display.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This first production release candidate fixes reading of the Celsius flag in the high bit of the "number of thermostats" field, fixes an offset bug in reading doorlock and speaker fields, adds a safte-monitor manpage, makes the install directories FHS compliant, and adds pre-built RPM and deb packages.
Release Notes: A problem where an IOCTL buffer overflow occurred with 2.6 kernels was fixed. Compilation issues with newer GCC versions were corrected. A Debian package was created, and changes were made to the RPM. The install location for the daemon was changed from /usr/bin to /usr/sbin.
Release Notes: Renamed to safte-monitor
Release Notes: Added internal HTTPD and Web status display, and an RPM spec file and RPM target to Makefile.