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Puppet plugin

Author: axel Create in: 01/31/2014 Update in: 04/25/2014
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Module type : Agent plugin


Plugin for monitoring Puppet agents.

It needs one parameter:
--summary-file: The "last_run_summary.yaml" file.

PREREQUISITES
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* Installing pandora's agent
* Installing puppet's agent
* Copy the plugin to the machine you want to monitor

To apply the monitorization:
*NIX
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Add this line to the /etc/pandora/pandora_agent.conf replacing the variables:

module_plugin <path_to_your_plugin>/pandora_puppet.rb <path_to_your_last_run_summary.yaml_file>/last_run_summary.yaml

In CentOS, the last_run_summary.yaml was in the /var/lib/puppet/state directory.

WINDOWS
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Add this line to the /etc/pandora/pandora_agent.conf replacing the variables:

module_plugin "%programfiles(x86)%\Puppet Labs\Puppet Enterprise\sys\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" <path_to_your_plugin>\pandora_puppet.rb --summary-file <path_to_your_last_run_summary.yaml_file>\last_run_summary.yaml

In Windows, the last_run_summary.yaml was in the C:\ProgramData\PuppetLabs\puppet\var\state directory.

Module data

* Last run
* Time since last run
* Is out of sync?
* Resources changed/failed/failed to restart/restarted/scheduled/skipped
* Events failed/succeeded
*Total changes

Included files