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Integria Plugin

Author: Create in: 03/16/2011 Update in: 03/16/2011
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Module type : Server plugin


This plugin provide access to Integria API to gather data to be monitored
with Pandora FMS.

This plugin has the following requirements:

1.- You need a Integira installed with the API enable.

2.- This plugin was developed to collect single data not arrays of values
so you only can collect for example the number of incidents open.
You can NOT monitor all incidents you need to specify a parameter of
one ot them indicent

If you need more information about plugin parameters just type:

$> ./integria_plugin -h

You will see this information:

Integria Plugin for Pandora FMS. http://pandorafms.com
Syntax:
-c : integria console path (Passed in field Targer IP of module creation)
-u : user (Passed in field Username of module creation)
[-k] : API key (required if key is set on integria console)
-r : request
[-f] : parameters (default '')
[-s] : separator token (default ',')
Samples:
./integria_plugin.sh -c http://127.0.0.1/integria -u user -r get_stats -f total_incidents

Availablre operations: (-r)

* get_stats: You can get a lot of metrics like:

total_incidents: Number of incidents (is limited by Integria maximun incidents number).
opened: Number of incidents open.
closed: Number of incidents closed.
avg_life: Incident average life, in seconds.
sla_compliance: Percentage of SLA compliance.
avg_scoring: Incident average scoring, from 0 up to 10.
avg_worktime: Incident average worktime, in seconds.

You can see more operations at Integria API doc:

http://www.openideas.info/wiki/index.php?title=Integria

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