Linux monitoring scripts for CloudWatch.
- Python >= 2.6
- Boto >= 2.33.0
Optionally create a virtual environment and activate it. Then just run
`pip install cloudwatchmon`. Install the scripts in /usr/local/bin folder.
For script usage, run:
To perform a simple test run without posting data to Amazon CloudWatch
mon-put-instance-stats.py --mem-util --verify --verbose
Report memory and disk space utilization to Amazon CloudWatch
mon-put-instance-stats.py --mem-util --disk-space-util --disk-path=/
To get utilization statistics for the last 12 hours
To allow an EC2 instance to read and post metric data to Amazon CloudWatch,
this IAM policy is required:
If the policy is configured via an IAM role that is assigned to the EC2
server this script runs on, you're done.
Otherwise you can configure the policy for a user account and export
the credentials before running the script:
export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=[Your AWS Access Key ID]
export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=[Your AWS Secret Access Key]
Third option is to create a _~/.boto_ file with this content:
aws_access_key_id = Your AWS Access Key ID
aws_secret_access_key = Your AWS Secret Access Key
Copyright 2015 Oliver Siegmar
Based on Perl-Version of CloudWatch Monitoring Scripts for Linux -
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TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.