eidanagios: Nagios plugins and test code for EIDA services

# Nagios plugins and test code for EIDA services

Scripts to check EIDA service from a Nagios system or from the command line.

## Overview

This package provides the needed tools to check if different EIDA services are working properly. It follows the standard specification to develop Nagios plugins, but can also be used from the command line as a regular executable.

## check_EIDA_auth

This utility lets you check an EIDA auth endpoint by presenting a token and trying to authenticate.

A typical help message from check_EIDA_auth looks like the following:

$check_EIDA_auth -h usage: check_EIDA_auth [-h] [-H HOSTNAME | -u URL] [-t TIMEOUT] [-a AUTHENTICATION] [-V] [-v] Nagios plugin to check an EIDA auth endpoint. If no arguments are passed all EIDA nodes are tested. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -H HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME Hostname providing the "auth" method at the default location. Valid values are domain names (e.g. geofon.gfz-potsdam.de) or the data centre ID (BGR, ETH, GFZ, INGV, KOERI, LMU, NIEP, NOA, ODC, RESIF, UIB) -u URL, --url URL URL pointing to the "auth" method to check. Use with non-standard locations -t TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT Number of seconds to be used as a timeout for the HTTP calls. -a AUTHENTICATION, --authentication AUTHENTICATION File containing the token to use during the authentication process -V, --version Show version information. -v, --verbose  ## check_EIDA_alparray This utility lets you check that the Alparray data is available from an EIDA node. A typical help message from check_EIDA_alparray looks like the following: $ check_EIDA_alparray -h
usage: check_EIDA_alparray [-h] [-H HOSTNAME] [-t TIMEOUT] [-a AUTHENTICATION]
[-V] [-v]

Nagios plugin to check if Alparray data is accessible from endpoints If no
arguments are passed all EIDA nodes are tested.

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-H HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME
Hostname providing the "auth" and "queryauth" method
at the default location. Valid values are domain names
(e.g. geofon.gfz-potsdam.de) or the data centre ID
(ETH, GFZ, INGV, LMU, ODC, RESIF)
-t TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT
Number of seconds to be used as a timeout for the HTTP
calls.
-a AUTHENTICATION, --authentication AUTHENTICATION
File containing the token to use during the
authentication process
-V, --version         Show version information.
-v, --verbose         If this option is enabled more lines with details will


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