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Monitor hardware's status with Zabbix

Dear Experts, is there any way to monitor the Hardware's status (status of array, of disk, temporature, ....) of a IBM or HP servers?

We are using Zabbix 3.4. Many thanks!
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Sam Simon NasserIT Support ProfessionalCommented:
did you installed the zabbix agent on them? whats their OS (windows, linux)? check here https://www.zabbix.com/zabbix_agent

Agent functions
The following list of checks is suported by Zabbix agent out of the box.

Network      
Packets/bytes transfered
Errors/dropped packets
Collisions
CPU      
Load average
CPU idle/usage
CPU utilization data per individual process
Memory      
Free/used memory
Swap/pagefile utilization
Disk      
Space free/used
Read and write I/O
Service      
Process status
Process memory usage
Service status (ssh, ntp, ldap, smtp, ftp, http, pop, nntp, imap)
Windows service status
DNS resolution
TCP connectivity
TCP response time
File      
File size/time
File exists
Checksum
MD5 hash
RegExp search
Log      
Text log
Windows eventlog
Other      
System uptime
System time
Users connected
Performance counter (Windows)
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TjnoNetwork AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Hello Sam, I knew Zabbix can monitor those in level of OS, but what I am asking is the level of Hardware. For example:

- the temperature of server

- the status of RAID

- the LED status of hard disks

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Peter SchultzSenior Network AdministratorCommented:
IBM and HP have some IPMI-Interfaces - Management of the server. These Interfaces can be monitored by zabbix too (search for HP ILo or IBM IPMI). The Baseboard Management Controller should deliver required Information.

check https://share.zabbix.com/cat-server-hardware/hp/hp-dl360-gen9-ipmi for example ...

Cheers
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