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Liebert GXT UPS

#1 Post by Ragnar » Thu Aug 04, 2005 10:37 am

Only supports single input/output Liebert UPSs, tested on a GXT2U with SNMP (not OCWEBCARD- but it should work on that as well).

I recommend setting your SNMP timeout higher than 500 (mine's set to 5000) since the cards have a tendancy to be slow to respond when you hammer them with requests.

1 Host template - Liebert UPS
4 Graph templates - Battery, Input, Output, Output Watts
9 Data templates
XML Containing all templates.
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#2 Post by axelilly » Thu Nov 03, 2005 9:46 am

Nice template.

However I have a Liebert nFinity UPS. The OIDs you used are not found on our UPS. The nFinity must have different MIBS. I'm currently looking for them to see if I can just update the OIDs that you used but keep your templates.

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Liebert GXT2U with newest card

#3 Post by jeffmeden » Tue Nov 22, 2005 11:14 am

This template works with GXT2U and Nfinity UPS' with the newest (OCWEB) card.

Here is my save of your template, corrected to work with a GXT2U and the current network card. I have never worked with templates like this before so if anyone can test it and provide feedback that would be great.

edit/update: I changed the naming on the template so it will allow for multiple types of liebert UPSs.

Another edit/update: I altered the limits, which were the only things stopping this from working with a Nfinity (since the voltages are much higher).

If anyone is using this template, i would love to hear from you.
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Modifed - environment temp added

#4 Post by dorje » Mon Jun 12, 2006 11:20 pm

I've modified the cacti_host_template_liebert_ocweb.xml to include
- Overview graph of temp / batt time at current load / output load
- Temp graph

Got the TEMP OID here ... /tree.aspx
Great resource

This is up and monitoring a Liebert NX40 ups

All Temps are in degrees Celcius (NOTE there is a degrees Fahrenheit OID)

Thanks to jeffmeden for the orignal
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Re: Modifed - environment temp added

#5 Post by keymaker » Wed Jul 12, 2006 9:51 am

Works great with a GXT2U 2000VA. I had to bump the "run time remaining" since with 4 external batteries I have about 7000 minutes at no load :-)

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Re: Modifed - environment temp added

#6 Post by asjl » Thu Aug 24, 2006 7:34 pm

I tried importing the various Liebert templates posted by ragnar, jeffmeden and dorje but I got this:

Error: XML: Hash version does not exist.

Any pointers appreciated

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#7 Post by rony » Thu Aug 24, 2006 7:53 pm

The template is created in a newer version of Cacti than you are using.
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#8 Post by carlo » Tue Oct 10, 2006 3:29 am

has anyone gotten this working in an NX40? I loaded the templates but dont get any data (except temprature).

I used a mib tool and I verified the templates are correct as the values are graphable from solarwinds.

anyone?? :)

EDIT: Okay saw that the last template is for a NX40

what firmware is your OCEWEB card running.

EDIT: Okay figured it out. I added a "." (ie. full stop) before the OID and they all started working. I also had to adjust the graph scales as the default was 500 but my battery voltage for example is 577.

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#9 Post by unc-newbie » Thu Mar 08, 2007 12:31 pm

I found out that the Fahrenheit MIB is . and so i had already imported the template. So i just went into the cacti templates and changed the references to Celsius to Fahrenheit and then went and changed to OID to the correct one. Did a delete from all the data and recreated the graphs but it is not graphing the Fahrenheit. Any ideas.

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