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package {metricset}
import (
"github.com/elastic/beats/libbeat/common"
"github.com/elastic/beats/libbeat/common/cfgwarn"
"github.com/elastic/beats/metricbeat/mb"
)
// init registers the MetricSet with the central registry as soon as the program
// starts. The New function will be called later to instantiate an instance of
// the MetricSet for each host defined in the module's configuration. After the
// MetricSet has been created then Fetch will begin to be called periodically.
func init() {
mb.Registry.MustAddMetricSet("{module}", "{metricset}", New)
}
// MetricSet holds any configuration or state information. It must implement
// the mb.MetricSet interface. And this is best achieved by embedding
// mb.BaseMetricSet because it implements all of the required mb.MetricSet
// interface methods except for Fetch.
type MetricSet struct {
mb.BaseMetricSet
counter int
}
// New creates a new instance of the MetricSet. New is responsible for unpacking
// any MetricSet specific configuration options if there are any.
func New(base mb.BaseMetricSet) (mb.MetricSet, error) {
cfgwarn.Experimental("The {module} {metricset} metricset is experimental.")
config := struct{}{}
if err := base.Module().UnpackConfig(&config); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return &MetricSet{
BaseMetricSet: base,
counter: 1,
}, nil
}
// Fetch methods implements the data gathering and data conversion to the right
// format. It publishes the event which is then forwarded to the output. In case
// of an error set the Error field of mb.Event or simply call report.Error().
func (m *MetricSet) Fetch(report mb.ReporterV2) {
report.Event(mb.Event{
MetricSetFields: common.MapStr{
"counter": m.counter,
},
})
m.counter++
}