|latest/stable||0||0||19 Mar 2021|
juju deploy openstack-charmers-next-nrpe
conntrack | string
Default: -w 80 -c 90
Check conntrack (net.netfilter.nf_conntrack_count) against thresholds. . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
debug | boolean
Setting debug to True enables debug=1 in nrpe.cfg
disk_root | string
Default: -u GB -w 25% -c 20% -K 5%
Root disk check. This can be made to also check non-root disk systems as follows: -u GB -w 20% -c 15% -r '/srv/juju/vol-' -C -u GB -w 25% -c 20% The string '-p /' will be appended to this check, so you must finish the string taking that into account. See the nagios check_disk plugin help for further details. . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
dont_blame_nrpe | boolean
Setting dont_blame_nrpe to True sets dont_blame_nrpe=1 in nrpe.cfg This config option which allows specifying arguments to nrpe scripts. This can be a security risk so it is disabled by default. Nrpe is compiled with --enable-command-args option by default, which this option enables.
export_nagios_definitions | boolean
If True nagios check definitions are written to '/var/lib/nagios/export' and rync is configured to allow nagios_master to collect them. Useful when Nagios is outside of the juju environment
hostcheck_inherit | string
Hostcheck to inherit
hostgroups | string
Comma separated list of hostgroups to add for these hosts
lacp_bonds | string
LACP bond interfaces, space-delimited (ie. 'bond0 bond1')
load | string
Load check arguments (e.g. "-w 8,8,8 -c 15,15,15"); if 'auto' is set, thresholds will be set to multipliers of processor count for 1m, 5m and 15m thresholds, with warning as "(4, 2, 1)", and critical set to "(8, 4, 2)". So if you have two processors, you'd get thresholds of "-w 8,4,2 -c 16,8,4". . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
mem | string
Default: -C -h -u -w 85 -c 90
Check memory % used. By default, thresholds are applied to the non-hugepages portion of the memory. . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
monitors | string
Additional monitors defined in the monitors yaml format (see README)
nagios_address_type | string
Determines whether the nagios host check should use the private or public IP address of an instance. Can be "private" or "public".
nagios_host_context | string
A string which will be prepended to instance name to set the host name in nagios. So for instance the hostname would be something like: juju-postgresql-0 If you're running multiple environments with the same services in them this allows you to differentiate between them.
nagios_hostname_type | string
Determines whether a server is identified by its unit name or host name. If you're in a virtual environment, "unit" is probably best. If you're using MaaS, you may prefer "host".
nagios_master | string
IP address of the nagios master from which to allow rsync access
procs | string
Set thresholds for number of running processes. Defaults to disabled; to enable, specify 'auto' for the charm to generate thresholds based on processor count, or manually provide arguments for check_procs, for example: "-k -w 250 -c 300" to set warning and critical levels manually and exclude kernel threads.
server_port | int
Port on which nagios-nrpe-server will listen
sub_postfix | string
A string to be appended onto all the nrpe checks created by this charm to avoid potential clashes with existing checks
swap | string
Default: -w 40% -c 25%
Check swap utilisation. See the nagios check_swap plugin help for further details. . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
swap_activity | string
Default: -i 5 -w 10240 -c 40960
Swapout activity check. Thresholds are expressed in kB, interval in seconds. . Set to '' in order to disable this check.
users | string
Set thresholds for number of logged-in users. Defaults to disabled; to enable, manually provide arguments for check_user, for example: "-w 20 -c 25"
xfs_errors | string
dmesg history length to check for xfs errors, in minutes . Defaults to disabled, set the time to enable.
zombies | string
Zombie processes check; defaults to disabled. To enable, set the desired check_procs arguments pertaining to zombies, for example: "-w 3 -c 6 -s Z"