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Tooling for submitting JSON dumps of Puppet reports to ElasticSearch

Project description

Summary

Send a puppet report to ElasticSearch.

Usage

Command

send_report_to_es [-h|--help] <filename>

Options

-h/--help   Show this help text and exit

Parameters

filename    The JSON file for the report to load and send to ElasticSearch

Configuring

Configuration is read from the file specified in the environment variable PUPPET_ES_CONFIG (defaults to /etc/puppet_es.conf) and uses ConfigParser syntax. A sample configuration file is included as `etc/puppet_es.conf.example <etc/puppet_es.conf.example>`__.

Section: base

``on_error`` (optional) What to do with the report file when we encounter a parse error or an ElasticSearch error. Possible values:

  • delete Delete the file off disk
  • archive Move the file to the directory specified in archive_dir
  • ignore Leave the file as-is (default)

``on_success`` (optional) What to do with the report file after successfully posting to ElasticSearch. Possible values:

  • delete Delete the file off disk
  • archive Move the file to the directory specified in archive_dir
  • ignore Leave the file as-is (default)

``archive_dir`` (conditionally required) The directory to move files into when archive is set for on_error or on_success. Has no effect if neither of those is set to archive, and is required if either is set to archive.

Section: elasticsearch

``host`` (required) The fully qualified domain name for connecting to ElasticSearch over HTTP.

``port`` (required) The port for connecting to ElasticSearch over HTTP.

Section: logging

``level`` (optional) What message level to log. Valid options are those defined by the Python 2.7 logging module. Defaults to WARNING.

``stderr`` (optional) Boolean value about whether to print log messages to stderr. Defaults to false.

``syslog`` (optional) Boolean value about whether to print log messages to syslog. Defaults to true.

``file`` (optional) Filename for a file to write log messages into. Defaults to an empty value, meaning do not log to a file.

Configuring ElasticSearch

An example ElasticSearch template that supports the format this script uses can be found at `etc/puppet_template.json <etc/puppet_template.json>`__.

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