I'm glad to release a new version (20180326) of the monitoring plugin check_couchdb_replication, which monitors CouchDB replications.
Two bugs were fixed and one important enhancement was added. Let's talk about the features, because nobody wants to talk bugs (if you do, check https://github.com/Napsty/check_couchdb_replication/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aclosed ^^).
The enhancement or new feature allows to check all discovered replications at once. Instead of defining a check on a certain replication (doc_id), the parameter "-r "can now be used as "-r ALL". This tells the plugin to go through all discovered replications and check all of them at once. You can still continue to monitor a single replication ID, too, of course.
# ./check_couchdb_replication.sh -H mycouchdb.example.com -u admin -p mysecretpass -r ALL
COUCHDB REPLICATION CRITICAL - 2 replications not running ("doc_id":"claudioreptest" "state":"crashing" "info":"unauthorized: unauthorized to access or create database http://admin:*****@localhost:5984/db99/","doc_id":"claudioreptest333" "error_count":1 "info":"Replication `c7d010d31ab268968f22f4d71c5766bf+continuous+create_target` specified by document `claudioreptest333` already started,)
No comments yet.
Personal Internet VMware PHP Linux Shell Bluecoat Proxy Windows Hardware Virtualization Nagios MySQL DB Monitoring Mail Android Network Wyse Hacks Tomcat Postgres Apple Mac Backup BSD ZFS Solaris SmartOS Unix Multimedia Perl Database MongoDB CMS OTRS FreeBSD Wordpress LXC Nginx Proxmox DNS Graphics GlusterFS Security Chef HAProxy Icinga Ansible HTML MariaDB Containers Rancher Docker AWS ELK Kibana Logstash Filebeat Varnish PGSQL PostgreSQL ElasticSearch CouchDB Bash Macintosh Container Minio Grafana InfluxDB Databases NFS OSSEC SystemD Java Zoneminder Surveillance Elasticsearch SSL TLS Icingaweb2 Cloud Wireless Kubernetes Ubuntu