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Jitsi Prometheus exporter

Exporter that grabs various metrics from Jitsi, especially form the video bridges, and publishes them as Prometheus metrics. The basic idea is to enter the jvbbrewery MUC room and listen to the presence broadcasts from the JVBs.

There is a documentation of the published statistics by the video bridges.

Run

There are multiple ways to run the exporter. Once it is running, it will publish the collected metrics on :8080/metrics.

Register user in prosody

You will have to create a XMPP user in Prosody, do this with:

prosodyctl --config <abs path to jitsi-meet.cfg.lua> register <user> <auth-domain> <password>

Binary

Clone this repo into your $GOPATH/src/ directory. In the exporter directroy run go get ./... which creates the exporter binary in $GOPTAH/bin/. You can run this binary, it will still pull its configuration (see below) from the environment.

Docker container

There is an image available on docker hub karrieretutor/jitsi:prom-exporter-latest. Alternatively build it yourself with the provided dockerfile. The configuration is provided via environment (see below). By running it as a docker container you gain the advantage of choosing the port which is used for publishing the metrics, see docker cli reference.

env configuration

env description default value
XMPP_USER xmpp user for authentication
XMPP_PW xmpp password for authentication
XMPP_AUTH_DOMAIN xmpp domain to authenticate against
XMPP_SERVER xmpp server host name
XMPP_PORT xmpp port to use 5222
JVB_BREWERY_MUC name of jvbbrewery MUC room to join; it will join with prom-exporter as nickname -> JVB_BREWERY_MUC@INTERNAL_MUC_DOMAIN/prom-exporter jvbbrewery
XMPP_INTERNAL_MUC_DOMAIN internal muc domain (this is where the jvbbrewery muc resides)
JVB_METRIC_SUBSYSTEM Allows you to customize the metric names: [<subsystem>_][<namespace>_]metricname; both are optional
JVB_METRIC_NAMESPACE see JVB_METRIC_SUBSYSTEM

XMPP_USER and XMPP_AUTH_DOMAIN are used to construct the JID XMPP_USER@XMPP_AUTH_DOMAIN