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A statsd pingdaemon for bash, I wrote for Rightshift, which they kindly released as opensource.
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rsvpd.sh <email@example.com> - Rightshift Licensed under The MIT License (MIT) - http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT Copyright (c) 2013 RightShift About: ====== rsvpd is a simple daemonised ping script, created by RightShift, as part of a solution to graph and research possible issues between nodes. It reads servers to monitor from a server list file, and continuously logs the output of the pings (min, max, avg, packetloss) to a statsd server. For simplicity, we have combined several scripts (originally our 'bin' and init.d) into a single rsvpd.sh. Notes On Usage: =============== Make sure that wherever rsvpd.sh lives, a link to it exists in /etc/init.d/ and that the path to the serverlist (SERVERLIST) is valid and readable. Secondly, fill the SERVERLIST file with a list of hosts you wish to monitor. Lastly, edit STATSDHOST to refer to your statsd instance. The script can then be started and stopped like any other service. COPYING ======= We appreciate the efforts of the opensource community, and as such, take pleasure into giving back. Some parts of this script was taken from Apokalyptik's GPL'd daemon-functions.sh (GPLv3), and the remainder is ours. It is licensed under The MIT License, which is included in this repository in the file license.txt