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Arborist-SNMP ============= home : http://bitbucket.org/mahlon/Arborist-SNMP code : http://code.martini.nu/Arborist-SNMP Description ----------- Arborist is a monitoring toolkit that follows the UNIX philosophy of small parts and loose coupling for stability, reliability, and customizability. This adds various SNMP support to Arborist's monitoring, specifically for OIDS involving: - Disk space capacity - System CPU utilization - Memory and swap usage - Running process checks It tries to provide sane defaults, while allowing fine grained settings per resource node. Both Windows and UCD-SNMP systems are supported. Prerequisites ------------- * Ruby 2.3 or better Installation ------------ $ gem install arborist-snmp Configuration ------------- Global configuration overrides can be added to the Arborist config file, under the `snmp` key. The defaults are as follows: ``` arborist: snmp: timeout: 2 retries: 1 community: public version: 2c port: 161 batchsize: 25 cpu: warn_at: 80 disk: warn_at: 90 include: exclude: - "^/dev(/.+)?$" - "/dev$" - "^/net(/.+)?$" - "/proc$" - "^/run$" - "^/sys/" - "/sys$" processes: check: [] memory: physical_warn_at: swap_warn_at: 60 ``` The `warn_at` keys imply usage capacity as a percentage. ie: "Warn me when a disk mount point is at 90 percent utilization." ### Library Options * **timeout**: How long to wait for an SNMP response, in seconds? * **retries**: If an error occurs during SNMP communication, try again this many times before giving up. * **community**: The SNMP community name for reading data. * **version**: The SNMP protocol version. v1, v2c, and v3 are supported. * **port**: The UDP port SNMP is listening on. * **batchsize**: How many hosts to gather SNMP data on simultaneously. ### Category Options and Behavior #### CPU * **warn_at**: Set the node to a `warning` state when utilization is at or over this percentage. Utilization takes into account CPU core counts, and uses the 5 minute load average to calculate a percentage of current CPU use. 2 properties are set on the node. `cpu` contains the detected CPU count and current utilization. `load` contains the 1, 5, and 15 minute load averages of the machine. #### Disk * **warn_at**: Set the node to a `warning` state when disk capacity is at or over this amount. You can also set this to a Hash, keyed on mount name, if you want differing warning values per mount point. A mount point that is at 100% capacity will be explicity set to `down`, as the resource it represents has been exhausted. * **include**: String or Array of Strings. If present, only matching mount points are considered while performing checks. These are treated as regular expressions. * **exclude**: String or Array of Strings. If present, matching mount point are removed from evaluation. These are treated as regular expressions. A single property "mounts" is set on the node, which is a hash keyed by mountpoint, with current capacity values. #### Memory * **physical_warn_at**: Set the node to a `warning` state when RAM utilization is at or over this percentage. * **swap_warn_at**: Set the node to a `warning` state when swap utilization is at or over this percentage. Warnings are only set for swap by default, since that is usually a better indication of an impending problem. 2 properties are set on the node, "memory" and "swap". Each is a Hash that contains current usage and remaining available. #### Processes * **check**: String or Array of Strings. A list of processes to check if running. These are treated as regular expressions, and include process arguments. If any process in the list is not found in the process table, the resource is set to a `down` state. A single property is set on the node, a "counts" key that contains the current number of running processes. Examples -------- In the simplest form, using default behaviors and settings, here's an example Monitor configuration: ``` require 'arborist/snmp' Arborist::Monitor 'cpu load check', :cpu do every 1.minute match type: 'resource', category: 'cpu' exec( Arborist::Monitor::SNMP::CPU ) end Arborist::Monitor 'partition capacity', :disk do every 1.minute match type: 'resource', category: 'disk' exec( Arborist::Monitor::SNMP::Disk ) end Arborist::Monitor 'process checks', :proc do every 1.minute match type: 'resource', category: 'process' exec( Arborist::Monitor::SNMP::Process ) end Arborist::Monitor 'memory', :memory do every 1.minute match type: 'resource', category: 'memory' exec( Arborist::Monitor::SNMP::Memory ) end ``` Additionally, if you'd like these SNMP monitors to rely on the SNMP service itself, you can add a UDP check for that. ``` Arborist::Monitor 'udp service checks', :udp do every 30.seconds match type: 'service', protocol: 'udp' exec( Arborist::Monitor::Socket::UDP ) end ``` And a default node declaration: ``` Arborist::Host 'example' do description 'An example host' address 'demo.example.com' resource 'cpu' resource 'memory' resource 'disk' end ``` All configuration can be overridden from the defaults using the `config` pragma, per node. Here's a more elaborate example that performs the following: * All SNMP monitored resources are quieted if the SNMP service itself is unavailable. * Only monitor specific disk partitions, warning at different capacities . * Ensure the 'important' processing is running with the '--production' flag. * Warns at 95% memory utilization OR 10% swap. - ``` Arborist::Host 'example' do description 'An example host' address 'demo.example.com' service 'snmp', protocol: 'udp' resource 'cpu', description: 'machine cpu load' do depends_on 'example-snmp' end resource 'memory', description: 'machine ram and swap' do depends_on 'example-snmp' config physical_warn_at: 95, swap_warn_at: 10 end resource 'disk', description: 'partition capacity' do depends_on 'example-snmp' config \ include: [ '^/tmp', '^/var' ], warn_at: { '/tmp' => 50, '/var' => 80 } end resource 'process' do depends_on 'example-snmp' config check: 'important --production' end end ``` ## License Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Michael Granger and Mahlon E. 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