check_es_system

Monitoring plugin to check status and resource usage of an ElasticSearch cluster node

Release 1.12.0 latest

This release contains multiple enhancements:

  • Additional authentication method using SSL settings (with key and certificate)
  • Additional CPU usage check
  • Additional "local" node parameter. Certain checks (cpu, mem, disk, jthreads) can be executed with the additional -L flag.

The base work was submitted in PR #41 . To assure backward compatibility and other improvements, the PR #44 replaced PR 41 and was finally merged.

check_es_system-1.12.0.tar.gz

Release tarball
application/gzip 2021-12-02 Download from Github

Release 1.11.1

This version 1.11.1 fixes two bugs.

  • Invalid authentication is not properly handled and did not result in correct plugin behaviour (output and exit code) on the check types readonly, master and tps

  • Invalid domains submitted by -H parameter were not properly handled and resulted in the plugin to simply return OK (exit code 0) when a HTTP status 200 came back as a response.

check_es_system-1.11.1.tar.gz

Release tarball
application/gzip 2021-06-16 Download from Github

Release 1.11.0

This fixes #30

  • Set jq as new default json parser (was: jshon)
  • Plugin now shows the names of the found read_only indexes when using jq as json parser

check_es_system-1.11.0.tar.gz

Release tarball
application/gzip 2020-11-25 Download from Github
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