This gem contains some example plugins and handlers for Sensu. Most of
them are implemented in Ruby and use the
sensu-plugin framework (a
small gem); some also depend on additional gems (e.g.
are shell scripts! All languages are welcome.
In the future, some sort of browsing/metadata/installation system may be implemented. For now, just clone this repository, take a look around, and copy the plugins you want to use.
If you have a new plugin or handler, send a pull request! Please format
the names of scripts using dashes to separate words and with an
.sh, etc), and make sure they are
Extensions are unfortunately necessary for Sensu to be able to directly
exec plugins and handlers on Windows.
Dependencies (ruby gems, packages, etc) and other requirements should be declared in the header of the plugin/handler file.
Only pull requests passing lint/tests will be merged.
Please do not not abandon your pull request, only you can help us merge it. We will wait for feedback from you on your pull request for up to one month. A lack of feedback in one month may require you to re-open your pull request.
Rubocop is used to lint the style of the ruby plugins. This is done to standardize the style used within these plugins, and ensure high quality code. Feel free to submit changes to .rubocop.yml with pull requests.
bundle install bundle exec rubocop
Currently we have RSpec as a test framework. Please add coverage for your check.
little bit hard almost impossible for non-ruby checks. But don't be afraid on pushing your PR with non-ruby code. Just let someone from team know. Maybe we can help you to rewrite your check to Ruby or even we can invent something completely new to test your work. Just don't hesitate to contact us.
Copyright 2011 Sonian, Inc. and contributors.
Released under the same terms as Sensu (the MIT license); see LICENSE for details.
NOTE: When adding a plugin, copy the preceding two paragraphs to a comment in each source file, changing the copyright holder to your own name or organization. If you wish to use a different open source license, please submit a pull request adding that license to the repo and use that license's boilerplate instead.