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check_CloudEndure_replication.py

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2016-02-02
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This Python 2 script is a Nagios plugin which will query the CloudEndure API for the replication / sync status of a host. (CloudEndure is a server-replication provider, allowing migration and/or DR.) https://www.cloudendure.com/

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with CloudEndure; my employer is a customer of CloudEndure.

Tested under Nagios Core 4.0.8 and Python 2.6.6 & 2.7.10.

Python libraries used: urllib, httplib, json, re, sys, argparse, time, calendar, math, datetime

Updated 2016-02-02: Add close() after each use of the httplib.HTTPSConnection()
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usage: check_CloudEndure_replication.py [-h] [-v] -u USERNAME -p PASSWORD [-n HOSTNAME]

Nagios check of the sync status of CloudEndure replication.

Exit status 0 == OK, 1 == Warning, 2 == Critical, 3 == Unknown.

arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --verbose increase output verbosity
-u USERNAME, --username USERNAME
user name for the CloudEndure account - required
-p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD
password for the CloudEndure account - required
-n HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME
hostname of instance to check, or "all" (defaults to
"all" if not specified)

Required inputs: CloudEndure username and password.

Optional inputs: A host name (expected to be FQDN, but not manditory) to check

Outputs: One line of text containing the explanation of the replication status. Note that this will be one line no matter how many hosts are found (in the case of "all")

Exit status: 0, 1, 2, 3 as standard Nagios status codes.



Examples of output:

server3.mydomain.net last update 2016-01-16 13:30:36, 1 second ago

server5.mydomain.net last update 2016-01-16 13:24:56, 5 minutes, 7 seconds ago

server1.mydomain.net has not had an update since 2015-12-01 10:39:29, 46 days, 2 hours, 50 minutes, 16 seconds ago