superlance plugins for supervisord
Superlance is a package of plugin utilities for monitoring and controlling processes that run under supervisor.
Please see docs/index.rst for complete documentation.
Support for Python 2.6 has been dropped. On Python 2, Superlance now requires Python 2.7.
Support for Python 3.2 and 3.3 has been dropped. On Python 3, Superlance now requires Python 3.4 or later.
Fixed a bug introduced in 0.10 where if the timeout value is shorter than the time to wait between retries, the httpok check never executed. Issue #110.
Fixed a bug where crashmailbatch and fatalmatchbatch did not set the intended default subject. Patch by Joe Portela.
Added a new --tls option to crashmailbatch, fatalmailbath, and crashsms to use Transport Layer Security (TLS). Patch by Zhe Li.
Support for Python 2.5 has been dropped. On Python 2, Superlance now requires Python 2.6 or later.
Support for Python 3 has been added. On Python 3, Superlance requires Python 3.2 or later.
Fixed parsing of -n and --name options in httpok. Patch by DenisBY.
Fixed docs build.
httpok now allows multiple expected status codes to be specified. Patch by valmiRe.
httpok now has a --name option like memmon.
All commands now return exit status 0 from --help.
Fixed crashmail parsing of --optionalheader. Patch by Matt Dziuban.
Added support for memmon to check against cumulative RSS of a process and all its child processes. Patch by Lukas Graf.
Fixed a bug introduced in 0.9 where the -u and -n options in memmon were parsed incorrectly. Patch by Harald Friessnegger.
Honor timeout in httok checks even on trying the connection. Without it, processes that take make than 60 seconds to accept connections and http_ok with TICK_60 events cause a permanent restart of the process.
httpok now sends a User-Agent header of httpok.
Removed setuptools from the requires list in setup.py because it caused installation issues on some systems.
Fixed bug in cmd line option validator for ProcessStateEmailMonitor Bug report by Val Jordan
Added -u option to memmon the only send an email in case the restarted process’ uptime (in seconds) is below this limit. This is useful to only get notified if a processes gets restarted too frequently. Patch by Harald Friessnegger.
Superlance will now refuse to install on an unsupported version of Python.
Allow SMTP credentials to be supplied to ProcessStateEmailMonitor Patch by Steven Davidson.
Added -n option to memmon that adds this name to the email subject to identify which memmon process restarted a process. Useful in case you run multiple supervisors that control different processes with the same name. Patch by Harald Friessnegger.
ProcessStateEmailMonitor now adds Date and Message-ID headers to emails. Patch by Andrei Vereha.
The crashmailbatch --toEmail option now accepts a comma-separated list of email addresses.
Separated unit tests into their own files
Created fatalmailbatch plugin
Created crashmailbatch plugin
Fixed test_suite to use the correct module name in setup.py.
Fixed the tests for memmon to import the correct module.
Applied patch from Sam Bartlett: processes which are not autostarted have pid “0”. This was crashing memmon.
Add smtpHost command line flag to mailbatch processors.
Added crashsms from Juan Batiz-Benet
Converted crashmailbatch and friends from camel case to pythonic style
Fixed a bug where httpok would crash with the -b (in-body) option. Patch by Joaquin Cuenca Abela.
Fixed a bug where httpok would not handle a URL with a query string correctly. Patch by Joaquin Cuenca Abela.
Fixed a bug where httpok would not handle process names with a group (“group:process”) properly. Patch by Joaquin Cuenca Abela.
Added the memmon plugin, originally bundled with supervisor and now moved to superlance.
Added eager and not-eager options to the httpok plugin.
If not-eager is set, and no process being monitored is in the RUNNING state, skip the URL check / mail message.
Added gcore and coredir options to the httpok plugin.
Added the crashmail plugin.
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