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README.rst

RabbitMQ Munin Plug-Ins

Screenshots

http://cloud.github.com/downloads/ask/rabbitmq-munin/rabbitmq-munin-connections.png

http://cloud.github.com/downloads/ask/rabbitmq-munin/rabbitmq-munin-consumers.png

http://cloud.github.com/downloads/ask/rabbitmq-munin/rabbitmq-munin-list_queues.png

http://cloud.github.com/downloads/ask/rabbitmq-munin/rabbitmq-munin-queue-memory.png

http://cloud.github.com/downloads/ask/rabbitmq-munin/rabbitmq-munin-unacknowledged.png

Installation

Copy the plug-ins to the munin plugin directory, e.g /etc/munin/plugins/.

Granting Permissions

To use these plug-ins you have to tell munin-node to execute them as root by changing the plug-in configuration file (on debian that is /etc/munin/plugin-conf.d):

[rabbitmq-consumers]
user root

[rabbitmq-messages]
user root

[rabbitmq-messages_unacknowledged]
user root

[rabbitmq-messages_uncommitted]
user root

[rabbitmq-queue_memory]
user root

Using a Custom Virtual Host

You can set the name of virtual host by changing the plug-in configuration file (on debian that is /etc/munin/plugin-conf.d):

[rabbitmq-consumers]
env.vhost vhostname

[rabbitmq-messages]
env.vhost vhostname

[rabbitmq-messages_unacknowledged]
env.vhost vhostname

[rabbitmq-messages_uncommitted]
env.vhost vhostname

[rabbitmq-queue_memory]
env.vhost vhostname

Author

Ask Solem <askh@opera.com>