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AWS Classic Load Balancer unhealthy check

Current Version
1.0.0
Last Release Date
2018-03-09
Compatible With
  • Nagios 4.x
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clb_unhealthyCheck.py
Objective
Get metric of AWS CLB UnHealthyHostCount.

Author: Asaf Shabat
Prerequisites
Python3
boto3 extention (using: pip install boto3)
AWS cli installed
AWS Access key, Secret key and Region configured

Usage
./clb_unhealthyCheck.py [-h] [--loadbalancer LOADBALANCER] [--period PERIOD] [--statistics STATISTICS]
[--unit UNIT] [--ok_threshold OK_THRESHOLD] [--critical_threshold CRITICAL_THRESHOLD]
Arguments
-h, --help
Show this help message and exit

--loadbalancer LOADBALANCER
Classic Load Balancer provides basic load balancing across multiple Amazon EC2 instances and operates at both the request level and connection level. For example: awseb-e-m-AWSEBLoa-Numbers&Characters

--period PERIOD
A period is the length of time associated with a specific Amazon CloudWatch statistic.
For example: to specify a period of 5 minutes, use 300 as the period value.

--statistics STATISTICS
Statistics are metric data aggregations over specified periods of time.
For example: Average

--unit UNIT
Each statistic has a unit of measure.
For example: Count

--ok_threshold OK_THRESHOLD
Threshold which reflects the OK status value. (Recommended threshold: 0)

--critical_threshold CRITICAL_THRESHOLD
Threshold which reflects the Critical status value. (Recommended threshold: 0)