SENSU/SENSU-COMMUNITY-PLUGINS IS NOW DEPRECIATED
This repo is not currently accepting new feature code or issues not concerning established bug or security issues.
sensu-plugins. If your plugin does not belong in an existing repo or if you are unsure than open an Issue in sensu-plugins-feature-requests and we can take a look at it and create a new repo for you or offer a suggestion as to where it should go.Bug fixes and security fixes are still permitted at the admin's discretion. All new code and issues should be directed to
In the comming weeks the remaining open issues and pull requests will be migrated, resolved or dropped. We encourage everyone to keep contributing to this project at its new home. The project site is more than adaquate to keep you up-to-date.
Sensu-Plugin Directory (WIP)
Community plugins, extensions, and handlers
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.
Linters currently run against Ruby 1.9.3, 2.0 and 2.1 and RSpec3 tests are being written to support 1.9.2, 1.9.3, 2.0, and 2.1. There are no plans to support prior versions of Ruby, if you have no access to these versions please use the embedded Ruby that is installed with Sensu.
Because of the nature of this repository:
- little test coverage
- specific and exotic software being checked
- no versioning system for plugins
this is not recommended that you use master for your production instances.
Better pick something which works for you and lock it via
:ref in your
chef || puppet || ansible || bash script you name it.
If you have installed Sensu using the omnibus package it will use an embedded
version of ruby, but the ruby plugins here will use the system one. If you want
to use the embedded ruby, which has the
sensu-plugin gem installed as well,
you can set
/etc/default/sensu and restart the Sensu
services. This will put the embedded ruby first in the $PATH for commands run
by the Sensu services.
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.