Check the status the Jenkins job queue.
The plugin requires pynag (https://github.com/pynag/pynag) and python-netsnmp.
The plugin checks several Jenkins parameters.
The plugin is just a quick and dirty solution to monitor our Jenkins. For the plugin there is no automatic test or a quality control.
The plugin checks the age of all Jobs in the Jenkins job queue. IF the age of a single job is older than X hours, a critical status is shown. We want to avoid that the Jenkins job queue is growing and growing and we don't get notified.
./check_jenkins.py -H 'myjenkins.domain.net/MYJENKINS' -U 'user' -P 'password' -A 12.0
=> Critical - JENKINS JOB WAITING FOR 14.0 hours - CHECK INSTANCES
#### Shutdown mode The plugin checks if Jenkins is in shutdown mode: ```./check_jenkins.py -H 'myjenkins.domain.net/MYJENKINS' -U 'user' -P 'password' -S
=> Warning - myjenkins.domain.net/MYJENKINS. JENKINS IS IN SHUTDOWN MODE
The plugin check if an executor is temporarily offline (warning) of offline (critical)
=> Warning - myjenkins.domain.net/MYJENKINS. Jenkins executor temporarily offline.
-h, --help show this help message and exit -p PORT the port the Jenkins webserver (default: 80) -H HOST the IP address or hostname of the Jenkins -U USER the user for the basic authentication) -P PASSWORD the password for the basic authentication) -A AGE the maximum age of a Jenkins job in hours