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README.md

Disclaimer

Every module should be compatible with python2 and python3. All third party libraries should be installed system-wide or in python_modules directory. Module configurations are written in YAML and pyYAML is required.

Every configuration file must have one of two formats:

  • Configuration for only one job:
update_every : 2 # update frequency
retries      : 1 # how many failures in update() is tolerated
priority     : 20000 # where it is shown on dashboard

other_var1   : bla  # variables passed to module
other_var2   : alb
  • Configuration for many jobs (ex. mysql):
# module defaults:
update_every : 2
retries      : 1
priority     : 20000

local:  # job name
  update_every : 5 # job update frequency
  other_var1   : some_val # module specific variable

other_job: 
  priority     : 5 # job position on dashboard
  retries      : 20 # job retries
  other_var2   : val # module specific variable

update_every, retries, and priority are always optional.


The following python.d modules are supported:

apache

This module will monitor one or more apache servers depending on configuration.

Requirements:

  • apache with enabled mod_status

It produces the following charts:

  1. Requests in requests/s

    • requests
  2. Connections

    • connections
  3. Async Connections

    • keepalive
    • closing
    • writing
  4. Bandwidth in kilobytes/s

    • sent
  5. Workers

    • idle
    • busy
  6. Lifetime Avg. Requests/s in requests/s

    • requests_sec
  7. Lifetime Avg. Bandwidth/s in kilobytes/s

    • size_sec
  8. Lifetime Avg. Response Size in bytes/request

    • size_req

configuration

Needs only url to server's server-status?auto

Here is an example for 2 servers:

update_every : 10
priority     : 90100

local:
  url      : 'http://localhost/server-status?auto'
  retries  : 20

remote:
  url          : 'http://www.apache.org/server-status?auto'
  update_every : 5
  retries      : 4

Without configuration, module attempts to connect to http://localhost/server-status?auto


apache_cache

Module monitors apache mod_cache log and produces only one chart:

cached responses in percent cached

  • hit
  • miss
  • other

configuration

Sample:

update_every : 10
priority     : 120000
retries      : 5
log_path     : '/var/log/apache2/cache.log'

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to read log file at /var/log/apache2/cache.log


bind_rndc

Module parses bind dump file to collect real-time performance metrics

Requirements:

  • Version of bind must be 9.6 +
  • Netdata must have permissions to run rndc status

It produces:

  1. Name server statistics

    • requests
    • responses
    • success
    • auth_answer
    • nonauth_answer
    • nxrrset
    • failure
    • nxdomain
    • recursion
    • duplicate
    • rejections
  2. Incoming queries

    • RESERVED0
    • A
    • NS
    • CNAME
    • SOA
    • PTR
    • MX
    • TXT
    • X25
    • AAAA
    • SRV
    • NAPTR
    • A6
    • DS
    • RSIG
    • DNSKEY
    • SPF
    • ANY
    • DLV
  3. Outgoing queries

    • Same as Incoming queries

configuration

Sample:

local:
  named_stats_path       : '/var/log/bind/named.stats'

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to read named.stats file at /var/log/bind/named.stats


cpufreq

This module shows the current CPU frequency as set by the cpufreq kernel module.

Requirement: You need to have CONFIG_CPU_FREQ and (optionally) CONFIG_CPU_FREQ_STAT enabled in your kernel.

This module tries to read from one of two possible locations. On initialization, it tries to read the time_in_state files provided by cpufreq_stats. If this file does not exist, or doesn't contain valid data, it falls back to using the more inaccurate scaling_cur_freq file (which only represents the current CPU frequency, and doesn't account for any state changes which happen between updates).

It produces one chart with multiple lines (one line per core).

configuration

Sample:

sys_dir: "/sys/devices"

If no configuration is given, module will search for cpufreq files in /sys/devices directory. Directory is also prefixed with NETDATA_HOST_PREFIX if specified.


cpuidle

This module monitors the usage of CPU idle states.

Requirement: Your kernel needs to have CONFIG_CPU_IDLE enabled.

It produces one stacked chart per CPU, showing the percentage of time spent in each state.


dovecot

This module provides statistics information from dovecot server. Statistics are taken from dovecot socket by executing EXPORT global command. More information about dovecot stats can be found on project wiki page.

Requirement: Dovecot unix socket with R/W permissions for user netdata or dovecot with configured TCP/IP socket.

Module gives information with following charts:

  1. sessions

    • active sessions
  2. logins

    • logins
  3. commands - number of IMAP commands

    • commands
  4. Faults

    • minor
    • major
  5. Context Switches

    • volountary
    • involountary
  6. disk in bytes/s

    • read
    • write
  7. bytes in bytes/s

    • read
    • write
  8. number of syscalls in syscalls/s

    • read
    • write
  9. lookups - number of lookups per second

    • path
    • attr
  10. hits - number of cache hits

    • hits
  11. attempts - authorization attemts

    • success
    • failure
  12. cache - cached authorization hits

    • hit
    • miss

configuration

Sample:

localtcpip:
  name     : 'local'
  host     : '127.0.0.1'
  port     : 24242

localsocket:
  name     : 'local'
  socket   : '/var/run/dovecot/stats'

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to connect to dovecot using unix socket localized in /var/run/dovecot/stats


exim

Simple module executing exim -bpc to grab exim queue. This command can take a lot of time to finish its execution thus it is not recommended to run it every second.

It produces only one chart:

  1. Exim Queue Emails
    • emails

Configuration is not needed.


fail2ban

Module monitor fail2ban log file to show all bans for all active jails

Requirements:

  • fail2ban.log file MUST BE readable by netdata (A good idea is to add create 0640 root netdata to fail2ban conf at logrotate.d)

It produces one chart with multiple lines (one line per jail)

configuration

Sample:

local:
 log_path: '/var/log/fail2ban.log'
 conf_path: '/etc/fail2ban/jail.local'
 exclude: 'dropbear apache'

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to read log file at /var/log/fail2ban.log and conf file at /etc/fail2ban/jail.local. If conf file is not found default jail is ssh.


freeradius

Uses the radclient command to provide freeradius statistics. It is not recommended to run it every second.

It produces:

  1. Authentication counters:

    • access-accepts
    • access-rejects
    • auth-dropped-requests
    • auth-duplicate-requests
    • auth-invalid-requests
    • auth-malformed-requests
    • auth-unknown-types
  2. Accounting counters: [optional]

    • accounting-requests
    • accounting-responses
    • acct-dropped-requests
    • acct-duplicate-requests
    • acct-invalid-requests
    • acct-malformed-requests
    • acct-unknown-types
  3. Proxy authentication counters: [optional]

    • proxy-access-accepts
    • proxy-access-rejects
    • proxy-auth-dropped-requests
    • proxy-auth-duplicate-requests
    • proxy-auth-invalid-requests
    • proxy-auth-malformed-requests
    • proxy-auth-unknown-types
  4. Proxy accounting counters: [optional]

    • proxy-accounting-requests
    • proxy-accounting-responses
    • proxy-acct-dropped-requests
    • proxy-acct-duplicate-requests
    • proxy-acct-invalid-requests
    • proxy-acct-malformed-requests
    • proxy-acct-unknown-typesa

configuration

Sample:

local:
  host       : 'localhost'
  port       : '18121'
  secret     : 'adminsecret'
  acct       : False # Freeradius accounting statistics.
  proxy_auth : False # Freeradius proxy authentication statistics. 
  proxy_acct : False # Freeradius proxy accounting statistics.

Freeradius server configuration:

The configuration for the status server is automatically created in the sites-available directory. By default, server is enabled and can be queried from every client. FreeRADIUS will only respond to status-server messages, if the status-server virtual server has been enabled.

To do this, create a link from the sites-enabled directory to the status file in the sites-available directory:

  • cd sites-enabled
  • ln -s ../sites-available/status status

and restart/reload your FREERADIUS server.


haproxy

Module monitors frontend and backend metrics such as bytes in, bytes out, sessions current, sessions in queue current. And health metrics such as backend servers status (server check should be used).

Plugin can obtain data from url OR unix socket.

Requirement: Socket MUST be readable AND writable by netdata user.

It produces:

  1. Frontend family charts

    • Kilobytes in/s
    • Kilobytes out/s
    • Sessions current
    • Sessions in queue current
  2. Backend family charts

    • Kilobytes in/s
    • Kilobytes out/s
    • Sessions current
    • Sessions in queue current
  3. Health chart

    • number of failed servers for every backend (in DOWN state)

configuration

Sample:

via_url:
  user       : 'username' # ONLY IF stats auth is used
  pass       : 'password' # # ONLY IF stats auth is used
  url     : 'http://ip.address:port/url;csv;norefresh'

OR

via_socket:
  socket       : 'path/to/haproxy/sock'

If no configuration is given, module will fail to run.


hddtemp

Module monitors disk temperatures from one or more hddtemp daemons.

Requirement: Running hddtemp in daemonized mode with access on tcp port

It produces one chart Temperature with dynamic number of dimensions (one per disk)

configuration

Sample:

update_every: 3
host: "127.0.0.1"
port: 7634

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to connect to hddtemp daemon on 127.0.0.1:7634 address


IPFS

Module monitors IPFS basic information.

  1. Bandwidth in kbits/s

    • in
    • out
  2. Peers

    • peers

configuration

Only url to IPFS server is needed.

Sample:

localhost:
  name : 'local'
  url  : 'http://localhost:5001'

isc_dhcpd

Module monitor leases database to show all active leases for given pools.

Requirements:

  • dhcpd leases file MUST BE readable by netdata
  • pools MUST BE in CIDR format

It produces:

  1. Pools utilization Aggregate chart for all pools.

    • utilization in percent
  2. Total leases

    • leases (overall number of leases for all pools)
  3. Active leases for every pools

    • leases (number of active leases in pool)

configuration

Sample:

local:
  leases_path       : '/var/lib/dhcp/dhcpd.leases'
  pools       : '192.168.3.0/24 192.168.4.0/24 192.168.5.0/24'

In case of python2 you need to install py2-ipaddress to make plugin work. The module will not work If no configuration is given.


mdstat

Module monitor /proc/mdstat

It produces:

  1. Health Number of failed disks in every array (aggregate chart).

  2. Disks stats

    • total (number of devices array ideally would have)
    • inuse (number of devices currently are in use)
  3. Current status

    • resync in percent
    • recovery in percent
    • reshape in percent
    • check in percent
  4. Operation status (if resync/recovery/reshape/check is active)

    • finish in minutes
    • speed in megabytes/s

configuration

No configuration is needed.


memcached

Memcached monitoring module. Data grabbed from stats interface.

  1. Network in kilobytes/s

    • read
    • written
  2. Connections per second

    • current
    • rejected
    • total
  3. Items in cluster

    • current
    • total
  4. Evicted and Reclaimed items

    • evicted
    • reclaimed
  5. GET requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
  6. GET rate rate in requests/s

    • rate
  7. SET rate rate in requests/s

    • rate
  8. DELETE requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
  9. CAS requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
    • bad value
  10. Increment requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
  11. Decrement requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
  12. Touch requests/s

    • hits
    • misses
  13. Touch rate rate in requests/s

    • rate

configuration

Sample:

localtcpip:
  name     : 'local'
  host     : '127.0.0.1'
  port     : 24242

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to connect to memcached instance on 127.0.0.1:11211 address.


mysql

Module monitors one or more mysql servers

Requirements:

It will produce following charts (if data is available):

  1. Bandwidth in kbps

    • in
    • out
  2. Queries in queries/sec

    • queries
    • questions
    • slow queries
  3. Operations in operations/sec

    • opened tables
    • flush
    • commit
    • delete
    • prepare
    • read first
    • read key
    • read next
    • read prev
    • read random
    • read random next
    • rollback
    • save point
    • update
    • write
  4. Table Locks in locks/sec

    • immediate
    • waited
  5. Select Issues in issues/sec

    • full join
    • full range join
    • range
    • range check
    • scan
  6. Sort Issues in issues/sec

    • merge passes
    • range
    • scan

configuration

You can provide, per server, the following:

  1. username which have access to database (deafults to 'root')
  2. password (defaults to none)
  3. mysql my.cnf configuration file
  4. mysql socket (optional)
  5. mysql host (ip or hostname)
  6. mysql port (defaults to 3306)

Here is an example for 3 servers:

update_every : 10
priority     : 90100
retries      : 5

local:
  'my.cnf'   : '/etc/mysql/my.cnf'
  priority   : 90000

local_2:
  user     : 'root'
  pass : 'blablablabla'
  socket   : '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'
  update_every : 1

remote:
  user     : 'admin'
  pass : 'bla'
  host     : 'example.org'
  port     : 9000
  retries  : 20

If no configuration is given, module will attempt to connect to mysql server via unix socket at /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock without password and with username root


nginx

This module will monitor one or more nginx servers depending on configuration. Servers can be either local or remote.

Requirements:

  • nginx with configured 'ngx_http_stub_status_module'
  • 'location /stub_status'

Example nginx configuration can be found in 'python.d/nginx.conf'

It produces following charts:

  1. Active Connections

    • active
  2. Requests in requests/s

    • requests
  3. Active Connections by Status

    • reading
    • writing
    • waiting
  4. Connections Rate in connections/s

    • accepts
    • handled

configuration

Needs only url to server's stub_status

Here is an example for local server:

update_every : 10
priority     : 90100

local:
  url     : 'http://localhost/stub_status'
  retries : 10

Without configuration, module attempts to connect to http://localhost/stub_status


nginx_log

Module monitors nginx access log and produces only one chart:

  1. nginx status codes in requests/s
    • 2xx
    • 3xx
    • 4xx
    • 5xx

configuration

Sample for two vhosts:

site_A:
  path: '/var/log/nginx/access-A.log'

site_B:
  name: 'local'
  path: '/var/log/nginx/access-B.log'

When no configuration file is found, module tries to parse /var/log/nginx/access.log file.


ovpn_status_log

Module monitor openvpn-status log file.

Requirements:

  • If you are running multiple OpenVPN instances out of the same directory, MAKE SURE TO EDIT DIRECTIVES which create output files so that multiple instances do not overwrite each other's output files.

  • Make sure NETDATA USER CAN READ openvpn-status.log

  • Update_every interval MUST MATCH interval on which OpenVPN writes operational status to log file.

It produces:

  1. Users OpenVPN active users

    • users
  2. Traffic OpenVPN overall bandwidth usage in kilobit/s

    • in
    • out

configuration

Sample:

default
 log_path     : '/var/log/openvpn-status.log'

phpfpm

This module will monitor one or more php-fpm instances depending on configuration.

Requirements:

  • php-fpm with enabled status page
  • access to status page via web server

It produces following charts:

  1. Active Connections

    • active
    • maxActive
    • idle
  2. Requests in requests/s

    • requests
  3. Performance

    • reached
    • slow

configuration

Needs only url to server's status

Here is an example for local instance:

update_every : 3
priority     : 90100

local:
  url     : 'http://localhost/status'
  retries : 10

Without configuration, module attempts to connect to http://localhost/status


postfix

Simple module executing postfix -p to grab postfix queue.

It produces only two charts:

  1. Postfix Queue Emails

    • emails
  2. Postfix Queue Emails Size in KB

    • size

Configuration is not needed.


redis

Get INFO data from redis instance.

Following charts are drawn:

  1. Operations per second

    • operations
  2. Hit rate in percent

    • rate
  3. Memory utilization in kilobytes

    • total
    • lua
  4. Database keys

    • lines are creates dynamically based on how many databases are there
  5. Clients

    • connected
    • blocked
  6. Slaves

    • connected

configuration

socket:
  name     : 'local'
  socket   : '/var/lib/redis/redis.sock'

localhost:
  name     : 'local'
  host     : 'localhost'
  port     : 6379

When no configuration file is found, module tries to connect to TCP/IP socket: localhost:6379.


sensors

System sensors information.

Charts are created dynamically.

configuration

For detailed configuration information please read sensors.conf file.


squid

This module will monitor one or more squid instances depending on configuration.

It produces following charts:

  1. Client Bandwidth in kilobits/s

    • in
    • out
    • hits
  2. Client Requests in requests/s

    • requests
    • hits
    • errors
  3. Server Bandwidth in kilobits/s

    • in
    • out
  4. Server Requests in requests/s

    • requests
    • errors

configuration

priority     : 50000

local:
  request : 'cache_object://localhost:3128/counters'
  host    : 'localhost'
  port    : 3128

Without any configuration module will try to autodetect where squid presents its counters data


tomcat

Present tomcat containers memory utilization.

Charts:

  1. Requests per second

    • accesses
  2. Volume in KB/s

    • volume
  3. Threads

    • current
    • busy
  4. JVM Free Memory in MB

    • jvm

configuration

localhost:
  name : 'local'
  url  : 'http://127.0.0.1:8080/manager/status?XML=true'
  user : 'tomcat_username'
  pass : 'secret_tomcat_password'

Without configuration, module attempts to connect to http://localhost:8080/manager/status?XML=true, without any credentials. So it will probably fail.