zpool status vs nagios alert

I have a zfs raid that went faulted on degraded disk. I fixed the errors with zpool. I cleared the alert from nagios. Still nagios throws an alert about that zfs share being critical and degraded. Yet zpool shows everything online with 0 issues on all disks.

Ideas?
Thanks
cipherlogicAsked:
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
I've now offlined the drive. Cleared it. Then onlined the drive. And initiated passive checks with nagios. Now I wait.
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
It just reported from nagios again as degraded. This makes me want to smash a server....
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gheistCommented:
Check what is inside nagios probe script.
Maybe there is some other ZFS problem.
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
I couldn't locate the probes and got frustrated. Can you direct me?
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gheistCommented:
should be a script named check_zfs or so
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
Ok
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gheistCommented:
"locate check_"
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
This is sunos. No locate.
Fixed the issue.
Nagios probe on the system for check_fmadm was stuck. Ran fmadm repaired and flushed the alert passively via nagios.
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gheistCommented:
Yes locate... Run "updatedb" and yes locate...
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
There's no locate command. Its SunOS.
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
Besides I said I fixed it...
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
Just a tip, but maybe next time use commands native to the OS used. Sure, maybe you can put locate on SunOS, but seriously maybe I can't install it...use native commands like find. Taking your tidbits and trying to piece them together isn't helpful. To be honest I stopped listening to your advice as soon as you said locate...
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cipherlogicAuthor Commented:
Because nobody else offered a viable solution.
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