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Date:      Mon, 4 Apr 2011 15:00:34 +0000
From:      Traiano Welcome <>
To:        Damien Fleuriot <>, "" <>
Subject:   RE: Dell OMSA and FreeBSD
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(apologies for top-posting  - dumb client)=0A=
 I'd even be willing to try compiling the source for freebsd ... however I'=
ve found it next-to impossible to locate the source code :-(=0A=
From: [owner-freebsd-questions@freebsd.=
org] on behalf of Damien Fleuriot []=0A=
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 4:56 PM=0A=
Subject: Re: Dell OMSA and FreeBSD=0A=
On 4/4/11 1:47 PM, Traiano Welcome wrote:=0A=
> Hi List=0A=
>  Has anyone managed to get Dell's OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA) =
software to run on FreeBSD ? I'm trying to configure advanced monitoring fo=
r FreeBSD 7.x and 8x installation on Dells recent R-series poweredge server=
s, and could really benefit from the advanced features provided by the Open=
> In particular, I'd like to get the following Nagios plugin to monitor my =
herd of freebsd dell servers:=0A=
> But it's heavily dependent on the omsa stuff, which currently seem to run=
 on suse, rhel and ms-windows.=0A=
> Thanks in Advance,=0A=
> Traiano Welcome=0A=
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Seconded, we would dearly like to have more proactive monitoring on our=0A=
freebsd servers (lost redundant power supply for example) without all=0A=
the extra hassle that IPMI would require.=0A=
As a side note, the check_openmanage plugin also works fine on debian 4=0A=
etch, 5 lenny and 6 squeeze.=0A=
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