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jenkins_test.go Add jenkins input plugin (#4289) Nov 5, 2018

README.md

Jenkins Plugin

The jenkins plugin gathers information about the nodes and jobs running in a jenkins instance.

This plugin does not require a plugin on jenkins and it makes use of Jenkins API to retrieve all the information needed.

Configuration:

  ## The Jenkins URL
  url = "http://my-jenkins-instance:8080"
  # username = "admin"
  # password = "admin"

  ## Set response_timeout
  response_timeout = "5s"

  ## Optional TLS Config
  # tls_ca = "/etc/telegraf/ca.pem"
  # tls_cert = "/etc/telegraf/cert.pem"
  # tls_key = "/etc/telegraf/key.pem"
  ## Use SSL but skip chain & host verification
  # insecure_skip_verify = false

  ## Optional Max Job Build Age filter
  ## Default 1 hour, ignore builds older than max_build_age
  # max_build_age = "1h"

  ## Optional Sub Job Depth filter
  ## Jenkins can have unlimited layer of sub jobs
  ## This config will limit the layers of pulling, default value 0 means
  ## unlimited pulling until no more sub jobs
  # max_subjob_depth = 0

  ## Optional Sub Job Per Layer
  ## In workflow-multibranch-plugin, each branch will be created as a sub job.
  ## This config will limit to call only the lasted branches in each layer,
  ## empty will use default value 10
  # max_subjob_per_layer = 10

  ## Jobs to exclude from gathering
  # job_exclude = [ "job1", "job2/subjob1/subjob2", "job3/*"]

  ## Nodes to exclude from gathering
  # node_exclude = [ "node1", "node2" ]

  ## Worker pool for jenkins plugin only
  ## Empty this field will use default value 5
  # max_connections = 5

Metrics:

  • jenkins_node

    • tags:
      • arch
      • disk_path
      • temp_path
      • node_name
      • status ("online", "offline")
    • fields:
      • disk_available
      • temp_available
      • memory_available
      • memory_total
      • swap_available
      • swap_total
      • response_time
  • jenkins_job

    • tags:
      • name
      • parents
      • result
    • fields:
      • duration
      • result_code (0 = SUCCESS, 1 = FAILURE, 2 = NOT_BUILD, 3 = UNSTABLE, 4 = ABORTED)

Sample Queries:

SELECT mean("memory_available") AS "mean_memory_available", mean("memory_total") AS "mean_memory_total", mean("temp_available") AS "mean_temp_available" FROM "jenkins_node" WHERE time > now() - 15m GROUP BY time(:interval:) FILL(null)
SELECT mean("duration") AS "mean_duration" FROM "jenkins_job" WHERE time > now() - 24h GROUP BY time(:interval:) FILL(null)

Example Output:

$ ./telegraf --config telegraf.conf --input-filter jenkins --test
jenkins_node,arch=Linux\ (amd64),disk_path=/var/jenkins_home,temp_path=/tmp,host=myhost,node_name=master swap_total=4294963200,memory_available=586711040,memory_total=6089498624,status=online,response_time=1000i,disk_available=152392036352,temp_available=152392036352,swap_available=3503263744 1516031535000000000
jenkins_job,host=myhost,name=JOB1,parents=apps/br1,result=SUCCESS duration=2831i,result_code=0i 1516026630000000000
jenkins_job,host=myhost,name=JOB2,parents=apps/br2,result=SUCCESS duration=2285i,result_code=0i 1516027230000000000