Nagios plugin to check Postgres Streaming replication
This script could be used as Nagios check plugin to verify Postgres Streaming replication state.
This script :
- check if Postgres is running (CRITICAL raise if not)
- check if Postgres is in recovery mode :
- if Postgres is in recovery mode :
- retreive from Postgres the last xlog file receive and the xlog file replay
- check if Postgres recovery configuration file is NOT present (CRITICAL raise if present)
- retreive master connection informations from Postgres recovery configuration file (UNKNOWN raise on error). Default Postgres master TCP port will be used if port is not specify.
- retreive the current state and sync state of the host from Postgres master server by making a connection on master server (UNKNOWN raise on error).
- check if the current state of the host is "streaming" (CRITICAL raise if not)
- check if the current sync state of the host is "sync" (CRITICAL raise if not)
- if the check of the current XLOG file of the master host is enabled :
- retreive current xlog file from Postgres master server by making a connection on master server (UNKNOWN raise on error).
- check if the current master xlog file is the last received xlog file (CRITICAL raise if not)
- check if the last received xlog file is the last replay xlog file : if not, check the current delay with the last replayed transaction against _replay_warndelay and _replay_critdelay thresholds and raise corresponding error if they are exceeded
- Return OK state
- if Postgres is not in recovery mode :
- check if Postgres recovery configuration file is present (CRITICAL raise if present)
- check if stand-by client(s) is connected (WARNING raise if not)
- Return OK state with list and count of stand-by client(s)
Note : This script was originally write for PostgreSQL 9.1 and test on 9.1, 9.5 and 9.6 but it could be compatible with other versions of PostgreSQL. Some adjustments have been made for PostgreSQL >= 10 (without testing it). Do not hesitate to tell me how this script work with other versions and share some fix. All contributions are welcome !
Some CLI tools:
On master node: Slaves must be able to connect with user from
recovery.conf(or user specify using
-U) to database with the same name (or another specified with
md5using password specified in
~/.pgpass). This user must have
SUPERUSERprivilege (need to get replication details).
On standby node:
PG_USERmust be able to connect localy on the database with the same name
(or another specified with -D)as
md5using password specified in
Usage: check_pg_streaming_replication [-d] [-h] [options] -u pg_user Specify local Postgres user (Default: try to auto-detect or use postgres) -b psql_bin Specify psql binary path (Default: /usr/bin/psql) -B pg_lsclusters_bin Specify pg_lsclusters binary path (Default: /usr/bin/pg_lsclusters) -V pg_version Specify Postgres version (Default: try to auto-detect or use 9.1) -m pg_main Specify Postgres main directory path (Default: try to auto-detect or use /var/lib/postgresql//main) -r recovery_conf Specify Postgres recovery configuration file path (Default: [PG_MAIN]/recovery.conf) -U pg_master_user Specify Postgres user to use on master (Default: user from recovery.conf file) -p pg_port Specify default Postgres master TCP port (Default: same as local PostgreSQL port if detected or use 5432) -D dbname Specify DB name on Postgres master/slave to connect on (Default: PG_USER, must match with .pgpass one is used) -C 1/0 Enable or disable check if the current LSN of the master host is the same of the last received LSN (Default: 1) -w replay_warn_delay Specify the replay warning delay in second (Default: 3) -c replay_crit_delay Specify the replay critical delay in second (Default: 5) -d Debug mode -h Show this message
Copyright (c) 2014-2020 Benjamin Renard
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