This is a bespoke Prometheus exporter used to enable the monitoring of Pacemaker based HA clusters.
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The exporter is a stateless HTTP endpoint. On each HTTP request, it locally inspects the cluster status by parsing pre-existing distributed data, provided by the tools of the various cluster components.
Exported data include:
- Pacemaker cluster summary, nodes and resources stats
- Corosync ring errors and quorum votes
- SBD devices health status
- DRBD resources and connections stats
(note: only DBRD v9 is supported; for v8.4, please refer to the Prometheus Node Exporter project)
A comprehensive list of all the metrics can be found in the metrics document.
The project can be installed in many ways, including but not limited to:
Manual clone & build
git clone https://github.com/ClusterLabs/ha_cluster_exporter cd ha_cluster_exporter make make install
go get github.com/ClusterLabs/ha_cluster_exporter
On openSUSE or SUSE Linux Enterprise you can just use the
zypper system package manager:
zypper install prometheus-ha_cluster_exporter
You can find the latest development repositories at SUSE's Open Build Service.
You can run the exporter in any of the cluster nodes.
$ ./ha_cluster_exporter INFO Serving metrics on 0.0.0.0:9664
Though not strictly required, it is strongly advised to run it in all the nodes.
It will export the metrics under the
/metrics path, on port
9664 by default.
While the exporter can run outside a HA cluster node, it won't export any metric it can't collect; e.g. it won't export DRBD metrics if it can't be locally inspected with
A warning message will inform the user of such cases.
Please, refer to doc/metrics.md for extensive details about all the exported metrics.
To see a practical example of how to consume the metrics, we also provide a couple of Grafana dashboards.
Hint: You can deploy a full HA Cluster via Terraform with SUSE/ha-sap-terraform-deployments.
All the runtime parameters can be configured either via CLI flags or via a configuration file, both or which are completely optional.
For more details, refer to the help message via
Note: the built-in defaults are tailored for the latest version of SUSE Linux Enterprise and openSUSE.
The program will scan, in order, the current working directory,
/usr/etc for files named
The first match has precedence, and the CLI flags have precedence over the config file.
Please refer to the example YAML configuration for more details.
A systemd unit file is provided with the RPM packages. You can enable and start it as usual:
systemctl --now enable prometheus-ha_cluster_exporter
Pull requests are more than welcome!
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