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Liebert_GXT4_UPS

Overview

This template has 23 items 10 triggers and depends on Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4.
If your zabbix hasn’t got the Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4, please, download/import that first and then import the UPS template.

Template Module ICMP Ping link Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4

Author

Peter Franca

Macros used

There are no macros links in this template.

Name
Template Module ICMP Ping

Discovery rules

There are no discovery rules in this template.

Items collected

Name Description Type Key and additional info
Input Frequency <p>The present input frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsInputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery voltage <p>The magnitude of the present battery voltage.</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS last test performed <p>The results of the current or last UPS diagnostics test performed. The values for donePass(1), doneWarning(2), and doneError(3) indicate that the test completed either successfully, with a warning, or with an error, respectively. The value aborted(4) is returned for tests which are aborted by setting the value of upsTestId to upsTestAbortTestInProgress. Tests which have not yet concluded are indicated by inProgress(5). The value noTestsInitiated(6) indicates that no previous test results are available, such as is the case when no tests have been run since the last reinitialization of the network management subsystem and the system has no provision for non- volatile storage of test results INTEGER {donePass(1), doneWarning(2), doneError(3), aborted(4), inProgress(5), noTestsInitiated(6) }</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsSummary<p>Update: 1m</p>
Number of current alarm <p>The present number of active alarm conditions A list of alarm table entries. The table contains zero, one, or many rows at any moment, depending upon the number of alarm conditions in effect. The table is initially empty at agent startup. The agent creates a row in the table each time a condition is detected and deletes that row when that condition no longer pertains. The agent creates the first row with upsAlarmId equal to 1, and increments the value of upsAlarmId each time a new row is created, wrapping to the first free value greater than or equal to 1 when the maximum value of upsAlarmId would otherwise be exceeded. Consequently, after multiple operations, the table may become sparse, e.g., containing entries for rows 95, 100, 101, and 203 and the entries should not be assumed to be in chronological order because upsAlarmId might have wrapped. Alarms are named by an AutonomousType (OBJECT IDENTIFIER), upsAlarmDescr, to allow a single table to reflect well known alarms plus alarms defined by a particular implementation, i.e., as documented in the private enterprise MIB definition for the device. No two rows will have the same value of upsAlarmDescr, since alarms define conditions. In order to meet this requirement, care should be taken in the definition of alarm conditions to insure that a system cannot enter the same condition multiple times simultaneously. The number of rows in the table at any given time is reflected by the value of upsAlarmsPresent.</p> SNMP agent upsAlarmsPresent<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery status <p>The indication of the capacity remaining in the UPS system’s batteries. A value of batteryNormal indicates that the remaining run-time is greater than upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryLow indicates that the remaining battery run-time is less than or equal to upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryDepleted indicates that the UPS will be unable to sustain the present load when and if the utility power is lost (including the possibility that the utility power is currently absent and the UPS is unable to sustain the output). INTEGER {unknown(1), batteryNormal(2), batteryLow(3), batteryDepleted(4) }</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryStatus<p>Update: 1m</p>
Model <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceModel<p>Update: 24h</p>
Manufacture date <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceManufactureDate<p>Update: 24h</p>
Input voltage <p>The magnitude of the present input voltage</p> SNMP agent upsInputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output power <p>The present output true power</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPower<p>Update: 1m</p>
Charge remaining <p>An estimate of the battery charge remaining expressed as a percent of full charge</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedChargeRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
Input current <p>The magnitude of the present input current.</p> SNMP agent upsInputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output voltage <p>The present output voltage</p> SNMP agent upsOutputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output frequency <p>The present output frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Firmware version <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceFirmwareVersion<p>Update: 24h</p>
Estimated time remaining on battery <p>An estimate of the time to battery charge depletion under the present load conditions if the utility power is off and remains off, or if it were to be lost and remain off.</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedMinutesRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS power capacity presently being used <p>The percentage of the UPS power capacity presently being used on this output line, i.e., the greater of the percent load of true power capacity and the percent load of VA.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPercentLoad<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output current <p>The present output current</p> SNMP agent upsOutputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output source <p>The present source of output power. The enumeration none(2) indicates that there is no source of output power (and therefore no output power), for example, the system has opened the output breaker</p> SNMP agent upsOutputSource<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS test results <p>Additional information about upsTestResultsSummary. If no additional information available, a zero length string is returned</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsDetail<p>Update: 1m</p>
Time on battery <p>If the unit is on battery power, the elapsed time since the UPS last switched to battery power, or the time since the network management subsystem was last restarted, whichever is less. Zero shall be returned if the unit is not on battery power.</p> SNMP agent upsSecondsOnBattery<p>Update: 1m</p>

Triggers

There are no triggers in this template.

Liebert_GXT4_UPS

Overview

This template has 23 items 10 triggers and depends on Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4.
If your zabbix hasn’t got the Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4, please, download/import that first and then import the UPS template.

Template Module ICMP Ping link Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4

Author

Peter Franca

Macros used

There are no macros links in this template.

Name
Template Module ICMP Ping

Discovery rules

There are no discovery rules in this template.

Items collected

Name Description Type Key and additional info
Firmware version <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceFirmwareVersion<p>Update: 24h</p>
Manufacture date <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceManufactureDate<p>Update: 24h</p>
Input current <p>The magnitude of the present input current.</p> SNMP agent upsInputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS power capacity presently being used <p>The percentage of the UPS power capacity presently being used on this output line, i.e., the greater of the percent load of true power capacity and the percent load of VA.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPercentLoad<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output source <p>The present source of output power. The enumeration none(2) indicates that there is no source of output power (and therefore no output power), for example, the system has opened the output breaker</p> SNMP agent upsOutputSource<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output current <p>The present output current</p> SNMP agent upsOutputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS test results <p>Additional information about upsTestResultsSummary. If no additional information available, a zero length string is returned</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsDetail<p>Update: 1m</p>
Time on battery <p>If the unit is on battery power, the elapsed time since the UPS last switched to battery power, or the time since the network management subsystem was last restarted, whichever is less. Zero shall be returned if the unit is not on battery power.</p> SNMP agent upsSecondsOnBattery<p>Update: 1m</p>
Input voltage <p>The magnitude of the present input voltage</p> SNMP agent upsInputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS last test performed <p>The results of the current or last UPS diagnostics test performed. The values for donePass(1), doneWarning(2), and doneError(3) indicate that the test completed either successfully, with a warning, or with an error, respectively. The value aborted(4) is returned for tests which are aborted by setting the value of upsTestId to upsTestAbortTestInProgress. Tests which have not yet concluded are indicated by inProgress(5). The value noTestsInitiated(6) indicates that no previous test results are available, such as is the case when no tests have been run since the last reinitialization of the network management subsystem and the system has no provision for non- volatile storage of test results INTEGER {donePass(1), doneWarning(2), doneError(3), aborted(4), inProgress(5), noTestsInitiated(6) }</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsSummary<p>Update: 1m</p>
Input Frequency <p>The present input frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsInputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Estimated time remaining on battery <p>An estimate of the time to battery charge depletion under the present load conditions if the utility power is off and remains off, or if it were to be lost and remain off.</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedMinutesRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output power <p>The present output true power</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPower<p>Update: 1m</p>
Charge remaining <p>An estimate of the battery charge remaining expressed as a percent of full charge</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedChargeRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output voltage <p>The present output voltage</p> SNMP agent upsOutputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output frequency <p>The present output frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery status <p>The indication of the capacity remaining in the UPS system’s batteries. A value of batteryNormal indicates that the remaining run-time is greater than upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryLow indicates that the remaining battery run-time is less than or equal to upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryDepleted indicates that the UPS will be unable to sustain the present load when and if the utility power is lost (including the possibility that the utility power is currently absent and the UPS is unable to sustain the output). INTEGER {unknown(1), batteryNormal(2), batteryLow(3), batteryDepleted(4) }</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryStatus<p>Update: 1m</p>
Number of current alarm <p>The present number of active alarm conditions A list of alarm table entries. The table contains zero, one, or many rows at any moment, depending upon the number of alarm conditions in effect. The table is initially empty at agent startup. The agent creates a row in the table each time a condition is detected and deletes that row when that condition no longer pertains. The agent creates the first row with upsAlarmId equal to 1, and increments the value of upsAlarmId each time a new row is created, wrapping to the first free value greater than or equal to 1 when the maximum value of upsAlarmId would otherwise be exceeded. Consequently, after multiple operations, the table may become sparse, e.g., containing entries for rows 95, 100, 101, and 203 and the entries should not be assumed to be in chronological order because upsAlarmId might have wrapped. Alarms are named by an AutonomousType (OBJECT IDENTIFIER), upsAlarmDescr, to allow a single table to reflect well known alarms plus alarms defined by a particular implementation, i.e., as documented in the private enterprise MIB definition for the device. No two rows will have the same value of upsAlarmDescr, since alarms define conditions. In order to meet this requirement, care should be taken in the definition of alarm conditions to insure that a system cannot enter the same condition multiple times simultaneously. The number of rows in the table at any given time is reflected by the value of upsAlarmsPresent.</p> SNMP agent upsAlarmsPresent<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery voltage <p>The magnitude of the present battery voltage.</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Model <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceModel<p>Update: 24h</p>

Triggers

There are no triggers in this template.

Liebert_GXT4_UPS

Overview

This template has 23 items 10 triggers and depends on Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4.
If your zabbix hasn’t got the Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4, please, download/import that first and then import the UPS template.

Template Module ICMP Ping link Template Module ICMP Ping 3.4

Author

Peter Franca

Macros used

There are no macros links in this template.

Name
Template Module ICMP Ping

Discovery rules

There are no discovery rules in this template.

Items collected

Name Description Type Key and additional info
Firmware version <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceFirmwareVersion<p>Update: 24h</p>
Manufacture date <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceManufactureDate<p>Update: 24h</p>
Input current <p>The magnitude of the present input current.</p> SNMP agent upsInputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS power capacity presently being used <p>The percentage of the UPS power capacity presently being used on this output line, i.e., the greater of the percent load of true power capacity and the percent load of VA.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPercentLoad<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output source <p>The present source of output power. The enumeration none(2) indicates that there is no source of output power (and therefore no output power), for example, the system has opened the output breaker</p> SNMP agent upsOutputSource<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output current <p>The present output current</p> SNMP agent upsOutputCurrent<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS test results <p>Additional information about upsTestResultsSummary. If no additional information available, a zero length string is returned</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsDetail<p>Update: 1m</p>
Time on battery <p>If the unit is on battery power, the elapsed time since the UPS last switched to battery power, or the time since the network management subsystem was last restarted, whichever is less. Zero shall be returned if the unit is not on battery power.</p> SNMP agent upsSecondsOnBattery<p>Update: 1m</p>
Input voltage <p>The magnitude of the present input voltage</p> SNMP agent upsInputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
UPS last test performed <p>The results of the current or last UPS diagnostics test performed. The values for donePass(1), doneWarning(2), and doneError(3) indicate that the test completed either successfully, with a warning, or with an error, respectively. The value aborted(4) is returned for tests which are aborted by setting the value of upsTestId to upsTestAbortTestInProgress. Tests which have not yet concluded are indicated by inProgress(5). The value noTestsInitiated(6) indicates that no previous test results are available, such as is the case when no tests have been run since the last reinitialization of the network management subsystem and the system has no provision for non- volatile storage of test results INTEGER {donePass(1), doneWarning(2), doneError(3), aborted(4), inProgress(5), noTestsInitiated(6) }</p> SNMP agent upsTestResultsSummary<p>Update: 1m</p>
Input Frequency <p>The present input frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsInputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Estimated time remaining on battery <p>An estimate of the time to battery charge depletion under the present load conditions if the utility power is off and remains off, or if it were to be lost and remain off.</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedMinutesRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output power <p>The present output true power</p> SNMP agent upsOutputPower<p>Update: 1m</p>
Charge remaining <p>An estimate of the battery charge remaining expressed as a percent of full charge</p> SNMP agent upsEstimatedChargeRemaining<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output voltage <p>The present output voltage</p> SNMP agent upsOutputVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Output frequency <p>The present output frequency.</p> SNMP agent upsOutputFrequency<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery status <p>The indication of the capacity remaining in the UPS system’s batteries. A value of batteryNormal indicates that the remaining run-time is greater than upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryLow indicates that the remaining battery run-time is less than or equal to upsConfigLowBattTime. A value of batteryDepleted indicates that the UPS will be unable to sustain the present load when and if the utility power is lost (including the possibility that the utility power is currently absent and the UPS is unable to sustain the output). INTEGER {unknown(1), batteryNormal(2), batteryLow(3), batteryDepleted(4) }</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryStatus<p>Update: 1m</p>
Number of current alarm <p>The present number of active alarm conditions A list of alarm table entries. The table contains zero, one, or many rows at any moment, depending upon the number of alarm conditions in effect. The table is initially empty at agent startup. The agent creates a row in the table each time a condition is detected and deletes that row when that condition no longer pertains. The agent creates the first row with upsAlarmId equal to 1, and increments the value of upsAlarmId each time a new row is created, wrapping to the first free value greater than or equal to 1 when the maximum value of upsAlarmId would otherwise be exceeded. Consequently, after multiple operations, the table may become sparse, e.g., containing entries for rows 95, 100, 101, and 203 and the entries should not be assumed to be in chronological order because upsAlarmId might have wrapped. Alarms are named by an AutonomousType (OBJECT IDENTIFIER), upsAlarmDescr, to allow a single table to reflect well known alarms plus alarms defined by a particular implementation, i.e., as documented in the private enterprise MIB definition for the device. No two rows will have the same value of upsAlarmDescr, since alarms define conditions. In order to meet this requirement, care should be taken in the definition of alarm conditions to insure that a system cannot enter the same condition multiple times simultaneously. The number of rows in the table at any given time is reflected by the value of upsAlarmsPresent.</p> SNMP agent upsAlarmsPresent<p>Update: 1m</p>
Battery voltage <p>The magnitude of the present battery voltage.</p> SNMP agent upsBatteryVoltage<p>Update: 1m</p>
Model <p>-</p> SNMP agent lgpAgentDeviceModel<p>Update: 24h</p>

Triggers

There are no triggers in this template.