+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1409814 +++
1. Feature Overview:
a) Name of feature: IPMI Plugin support for Analog and Discrete sensors
IPMI plugin will report analog sensor e.g. platform thermals, voltages, fanspeed and suport for discrete sensors via SEL Log.
The collectd reporting of IPMI analog and discrete sensors should be supported in OSP.
Support can be seen at
Support for System Event Log: SEL (https://github.com/collectd/collectd/pull/2091)
2. Feature Details:
b) Bugzilla Dependencies:
c) Drivers or hardware dependencies: n/a
d) Upstream acceptance information: Spec and implementation in progress.
e) External links:
f) Severity (H,M,L): M
g) Feature Needed by:
3. Business Justification:
a) Why is this feature needed?
b) What hardware does this enable? n/a
c) Is this hardware on-board in a system (eg, LOM) or an add-on card? No
d) Business impact? n.a
e) Other business drivers:
4. Primary contact at Red Hat, email, phone (chat):
5. Primary contact at Partner, email, phone (chat):
This plugin(s) has PR to collectd and awaiting comment.
Not yet upstream, RH concerned about capacity for OSP12, so moving to target Queen release.
Is this the following PR upstream? https://github.com/collectd/collectd/pull/2071
Bumping this bug to Queens, until it was merged and something new released.
Ok with move to Queens.
PR is still open.
As agreed, changing bz bits and pieces to target OSP13. Please review this bz again during 13 devel phase.
still not merged upstream
Merged to Master
Available for collect 5.8
Available in collectd 5.8 (released on November 11th 2017)
The Severity has been increased to "Urgent" due to customer request.
Since we are shipping collectd 5.8 with OSP 13, should this BZ be closed currentrelease or is there still something to do left?
The plugin is included in collectd builds, but it has not been added to kolla in pike or queens release. However, it was added for rocky (osp14), and configuration was added to puppet-collectd as well.
Mathias did you pull this in for Red Hat OSP15?
Pragyan, it looks like the plugin is already included in OSP14, but didn't get any testing.
ipmi plugin exist and successfully loded.
According to our records, this bug should be fixed in the current release.