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Prometheus exporter for HP iLO metrics

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# HP iLO Metrics Exporter

Blackbox likes exporter used to exports HP Server Integrated Lights Out (iLO) states to Prometheus.

### Gauges

Here are the status code of gauge
```
0 - OK
1 - Degraded
2 - Dead (Other)
```


### Output example

Example of status of your iLO
```
health_at_a_glance:
battery: {status: OK}
bios_hardware: {status: OK}
fans: {redundancy: Redundant, status: OK}
memory: {status: OK}
network: {status: Link Down},
power_supplies: {redundancy: Redundant, status: OK}
processor: {status: OK}
storage: {status: Degraded}
temperature: {status: OK}
vrm: {status: Ok}
drive: {status: Ok}
```

The returned output would be:
```
hpilo_battery{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_storage{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 1.0
hpilo_fans{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_bios_hardware{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_memory{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_power_supplies{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_processor{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_network{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 2.0
hpilo_temperature{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_vrm{product_name="ProLiant DL380 Gen6",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_drive{product_name="ProLiant DL380 Gen6",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 0.0
hpilo_firmware_version{product_name="ProLiant DL360 Gen9",server_name="name.fqdn.domain"} 2.5
```

### Installing

You can install exporter on the server directly or on separate machine.
To run, you must have `Python` and `pip` installed.

To install with `pip`:
```
pip install -e $HPILO_EXPORTER_DIR
```

Then just:
```
hpilo-exporter [--address=0.0.0.0 --port=9416 --endpoint="/metrics"]
```

### Docker

Prebuild images are available from the docker repository:
```
idnt/hpilo-exporter:latest
```


To build the image yourself
```
docker build --rm -t hpilo-exporter .
```

To run the container
```
docker run -p 9416:9416 hpilo-exporter:latest
```

You can then call the web server on the defined endpoint, `/metrics` by default.
```
curl 'http://127.0.0.1:9416/metrics?ilo_host=127.0.0.1&ilo_port=443&ilo_user=admin&ilo_password=admin'
```

Passing argument to the docker run command
```
docker run -p 9416:9416 hpilo-exporter:latest --port 9416 --ilo_user my_user --ilo_password my_secret_password
```

### Docker compose

Here is an example of Docker Compose deployment:

```yml
hpilo:
image: my.registry/hpilo-exporter
ports:
- 9416:9416
command:
- '--port=9416'
deploy:
placement:
constraints:
- node.hostname == my_node.domain
```

### Kubernetes

A helm chart is available at [prometheus-helm-addons](https://github.com/IDNT/prometheus-helm-addons).

### Prometheus config

Assuming:
- the exporter is available on `http://hpilo:9416`
- you use same the port,username and password for all your iLO

```yml
- job_name: 'hpilo'
scrape_interval: 1m
params:
ilo_port: ['443']
ilo_user: ['my_ilo_user']
ilo_password: ['my_ilo_password']
static_configs:
- targets:
- ilo_fqdn.domain

relabel_configs:
- source_labels: [__address__]
target_label: __param_ilo_host
- source_labels: [__param_ilo_host]
target_label: ilo_host
- target_label: __address__
replacement: hpilo:8082 # hpilo exporter.
```

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