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Abakus Status Checks

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Abakus Status Checks
====================

.. image:: https://ci.frigg.io/eirsyl/abakus-status-checks.svg
:target: https://ci.frigg.io/eirsyl/abakus-status-checks/last/
:alt: Build Status

.. image:: https://ci.frigg.io/eirsyl/abakus-status-checks/coverage.svg
:target: https://ci.frigg.io/eirsyl/abakus-status-checks/last/
:alt: Coverage Status

This package is used together with Sensu_. Checks is managed with Puppet and reported to our #devops
channel on Slack.

Supported checks:

- CPU percent
- Load


Create a new check
------------------

- Create a new file in the abakus_checks/checks directory
- Import abakus_checks.utils.check.StatusCheck and use this as a base for your check.
- Give the check a name, decription and options

::

name = 'load'
description = 'Trigger errors based on load threshold. Load is divided by core count.'
options = [
click.option('--warning', default='2,1.5,1', type=str),
click.option('--critical', default='3,2,1.5', type=str),
]

- Implement the run method. Call self.ok, self.warning, self.critical with a message based on the
result.

- Register the check in abakus_checks/cli.py. Import the check in the check import block and
register the check.

::

from .checks import load
register_check(load.LoadCheck)

- You can use the tests.test_case.CLITestCase to test the check. This TestCase has a .invoke
method you can use to call the check.

::

class LoadCheckTestCase(CLITestCase):

@mock.patch('os.getloadavg', return_value=(0, 0, 0))
def test_load_ok(self, mock_loadavg):
result = self.invoke(['load', '--warning /'3.2.1/''])
self.assertEquals(result.exit_code, 0)

.. _Sensu: https://sensuapp.org/

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