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Sensu Plugins RabbitMQ Plugin

Overview

This plugin provides native RabbitMQ instrumentation for monitoring and metrics collection, including service health, message, consumer, and queue health/metrics via rabbitmq_management, and more.

Files

  • bin/check-rabbitmq-alive.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-amqp-alive.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-cluster-health.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-consumers.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-consumer-utilisation.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-messages.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-network-partitions.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-node-health.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-node-usage.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-queue-drain-time.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-queue.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-queues-synchronised.rb
  • bin/check-rabbitmq-stomp-alive.rb
  • bin/metrics-rabbitmq-overview.rb
  • bin/metrics-rabbitmq-queue.rb
  • bin/metrics-rabbitmq-exchange.rb

check-rabbitmq-alive
Checks if RabbitMQ server is alive using the REST API.

check-rabbitmq-amqp-alive
Checks if RabbitMQ server is alive using AMQP.

check-rabbitmq-cluster-health
Checks if RabbitMQ server's cluster nodes are in a running state. Also accepts an optional list of nodes and verifies that those nodes are present in the cluster.

check-rabbitmq-consumers
Checks the number of consumers on the RabbitMQ server.

check-rabbitmq-consumer-utilisation
Checks the consumer utilisation percentage (the fraction of time in which the queue is able to immediately deliver messages to consumer). If this number drops in percentage this may result in slower message delivery and indicate issues with the queue.

check-rabbitmq-messages
Checks the total number of messages queued on the RabbitMQ server.

check-rabbitmq-network-partitions
Checks if a RabbitMQ network partition has occured.

check-rabbitmq-node-health
Checks if RabbitMQ server node is in a running state.

check-rabbitmq-node-usage
Checks and shows usage for RabbitMQ server node.

check-rabbitmq-queue-drain-time
Checks the time it will take for each queue on the RabbitMQ server to drain based on the current message egress rate. For example, if a queue has 1,000 messages in it but egresses only 1 message per second, the alert would fire because this is greater than the default critical level of 360 seconds.

check-rabbitmq-queue
Checks the number of messages queued on the RabbitMQ server in a specific queues.

check-rabbitmq-queues-synchronised
Checks that all mirrored queues that have slaves are synchronised.

check-rabbitmq-stomp-alive
Checks if RabbitMQ server is alive and responding to STOMP requests.

metrics-rabbitmq-overview
Shows RabbitMQ 'overview' stats similar to those shown on the main page of the rabbitmq_management web UI.

metrics-rabbitmq-queue
Gathers the following per-queue rabbitmq metrics: message count, average egress rate, "drain time" metric (the time a queue will take to reach 0 based on the egress rate), and consumer count.

metrics-rabbitmq-exchange
Gathers all the available exchange metrics.

Usage examples

Help

check-rabbitmq-alive

Usage: check-rabbitmq-alive.rb (options)
    -w, --host HOST                  RabbitMQ host
    -i, --ini VALUE                  Configuration ini file
    -p, --password PASSWORD          RabbitMQ password
    -P, --port PORT                  RabbitMQ API port
        --ssl                        Enable SSL for connection to RabbitMQ
    -u, --username USERNAME          RabbitMQ username
        --verify_ssl_off             Do not check validity of SSL cert. Use for self-signed certs, etc (insecure)
    -v, --vhost VHOST                RabbitMQ vhost

metrics-rabbitmq-overview

Usage: metrics-rabbitmq-overview.rb (options)
        --host HOST                  RabbitMQ management API host
    -i, --ini VALUE                  Configuration ini file
        --password PASSWORD          RabbitMQ management API password
        --port PORT                  RabbitMQ management API port
        --scheme SCHEME              Metric naming scheme, text to prepend to $queue_name.$metric
        --ssl                        Enable SSL for connection to the API
        --username USER              RabbitMQ management API user

Configuration

Sensu Go

Asset registration

Assets are the best way to make use of this plugin. If you're not using an asset, please consider doing so! If you're using sensuctl 5.13 or later, you can use the following command to add the asset:

sensuctl asset add sensu-plugins/sensu-plugins-rabbitmq

If you're using an earlier version of sensuctl, you can download the asset definition from this project's Bonsai asset index page.

Asset definition

---
type: Asset
api_version: core/v2
metadata:
  name: sensu-plugins-rabbitmq
spec:
  url: https://assets.bonsai.sensu.io/7d56607309127ff0a9f6b198b3014a4f35b99e2b/sensu-plugins-rabbitmq_8.0.0_centos_linux_amd64.tar.gz
  sha512: a0c33a5649199efc4926cc0125923df1678191a81bd7f833136016c98d32aa399b75ba8433e8551f93b6c56ec09a2af31207b22544e25f085f559ffbac352d45

Check definition

---
type: CheckConfig
spec:
  command: "check-rabbitmq-alive.rb"
  handlers: []
  high_flap_threshold: 0
  interval: 10
  low_flap_threshold: 0
  publish: true
  runtime_assets:
  - sensu-plugins/sensu-plugins-rabbitmq
  - sensu/sensu-ruby-runtime
  subscriptions:
  - linux

Sensu Core

Check definition

{
  "checks": {
    "check-rabbitmq": {
      "command": "check-rabbitmq-alive.rb",
      "subscribers": ["linux"],
      "interval": 10,
      "refresh": 10,
      "handlers": ["influxdb"]
    }
  }
}

Installation from source

Sensu Go

See the instructions above for asset registration.

Sensu Core

Install and setup plugins on Sensu Core.

Additional notes

Sensu Go Ruby Runtime Assets

The Sensu assets packaged from this repository are built against the Sensu Ruby runtime environment. When using these assets as part of a Sensu Go resource (check, mutator, or handler), make sure to include the corresponding Sensu Ruby Runtime Asset in the list of assets needed by the resource.

Permissions

To run these checks, you need to set the following permissions:

:conf => '^aliveness-test$',
:write => '^amq\.default$',
:read => '.*'

You must also add the monitoring tag:

rabbitmqctl add_user sensu_monitoring $MY_SUPER_LONG_SECURE_PASSWORD
rabbitmqctl set_permissions  -p / sensu_monitoring "^aliveness-test$" "^amq\.default$" "^(amq\.default|aliveness-test)$"
rabbitmqctl set_user_tags sensu_monitoring monitoring

We recommended that you use minimum permissions and do not give administrator access.

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.md for information about contributing to this plugin.

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