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A utility to check the configuration of a running Zenko cluster targeted at sysadmins

Project description

zcheck is a command-line utility to check the configuration of a production Zenko deployment and diagnose problems in it.

Pre-Requisites

zcheck requires a Helm installation that is configured to access Tiller running inside Kubernetes.

Installation

zcheck can be installed directly from PyPi using Pip:

pip install zcheck

A Docker image is also provided for convenience.

docker pull zenko/zcheck:latest
docker run -it zenko/zcheck help

Syntax

zcheck commands conform to the following syntax:

zcheck <global option> <subcommand> <-flag or --verbose_option> <optional target>

Global Options

    --mongo  Override the default Mongo connection string (host:port)
-r, --helm-release   The Helm release name under which Zenko was installed.

Subcommands

checkup

Run all checks and tests (may take a while).

k8s

Check Kubernetes-related configuration.

-c, --check-services    Attempt to connect to defined services and report their status.

orbit

Check overlay configuration applied via Orbit.

backends

Check existence and configuration of backend buckets.

-d, --deep  Enable deep checking. Check every Zenko bucket for its backing bucket
            (same as zcheck buckets)

buckets

Check every Zenko bucket for its backend bucket.

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