Nagios plugin to check Safenet HSM
Published: 03-05-2013 | Author: Remy van Elst | Text only version of this article
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This is a Nagios plugin to monitor a Safenet Protectserver HSM using the Safenet tools. It can also gather information about the device, like firmware and functional module information.
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usage: ./hsm.sh options This script checks various safenet HSM things and outputs nagios style results. OPTIONS: -h Show this message -t Check type: "battery", "RAM", "datetime", "eventlog", "initialized", "hsminfo", "fminfo" -n HSM name for $ET_HSM_NETCLIENT_SERVERLIST. -b ctcheck binary (default: /opt/PTK/bin/ctcheck) CHECKS: battery Show HSM Battery status, GOOD (ok) or LOW (crit) ram HSM RAM, (ok) if <75% used, (warn) >75% <85% used, (crit) if >85% used. datetime Local HSM date/time, (crit) if different from host time, host should use ntp in same timezone. eventlog (ok) if eventlog not full, (crit) if eventlog full. initialized (ok) if initialized, (crit) if not. Documentation states that a FALSE could mean a tampered device. hsminfo always (ok), returns general HSM info, model, version, firmware and such. fminfo always (ok), returns Functional Module information.
user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t ram OK: RAM Usage OK: 41% used, ( 10192256 total). HSM: hsm-038. user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t datetime OK: HSM: hsm-038 time is the same as local time: 15/04/2013 12:48. user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t eventlog OK: HSM: hsm-038 Event Log Count: 11 user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t initialized OK: HSM: hsm-038 is initialized. All is well. user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t hsminfo OK: HSM: hsm-038; Serial Number:[...]; Model: [...]; Device Revision: F; Firmware Revision: [...]; Manufacturing Date: [...]; Device Batch: [...]; PTKC Revision: [...]; Slot Count: [...] Security Mode: [...]; Transport Mode:[...]; Event Log Count: 88. user@host ~$ ./hsm.sh -n hsm-038 -t battery OK: Battery status is good for HSM: hsm-038