cookbook 'datadog', '= 0.0.10', :supermarket
Installs/Configures datadog components
cookbook 'datadog', '= 0.0.10'
knife supermarket install datadog
knife supermarket download datadog
Chef recipes to deploy Datadog's components and configuration automatically.
- python >= 2.6
- chef >= 0.9
- Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS
The following Opscode cookbooks are dependencies:
node[:datadog][:api_key]= This needs to be retrieved from your Account Settings page.
node[:datadog][:application_key]= There are none by default. Visit the Account Settings page to create a new Application Key, to be used in conjunction with your API key.
node[:datadog][:url]= The location of where Datadog is hosted. Should never change.
node[:datadog][:repo]= Where the Datadog-maintained packages are located. Should never change.
node[:datadog][:debug]= Will trigger heavy logging to /tmp/dd-agent.log
node[:datadog][:use_ec2_instance_id]= Whether to use the instance-id in lieu of hostname when running on EC2. No effect on non-EC2 servers.
node[:datadog][:use_mount]= Whether to use the mount point instead of the device name for all I/O metrics.
node[:apache][:status_url]= Url to Apache's status page. Must have mod_status installed. See http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_status.html for details.
node[:ganglia][:url]= Ganglia host where gmetad is running
node[:ganglia][:port]= Ganglia port where gmetad is running
node[:datadog][:graphite]= Turns the agent into a Graphite carbon relay.
node[:datadog][:graphite_port]= Port that the carbon relay will listen on.
node[:mysql][:server]= MySQL host
node[:mysql][:user]= MySQL user. It only runs "SHOW STATUS" queries, which doesn't require any privileges, so you should consider creating a separate, unprivileged user.
node[:mysql][:pass]= MySQL user's password
node[:nginx][:status_url]= Url to nginx's status page. Must have http_stub_status_module installed. See http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpStubStatusModule for details.
node[:rabbitmq][:status_url]= Url to RabbitMQ's status page. Must have rabbitmq-status plugin installed. See http://www.lshift.net/blog/2009/11/30/introducing-rabbitmq-status-plugin for details.
node[:rabbitmq][:user]= RabbitMQ user
node[:rabbitmq][:pass]= RabbitMQ user's password
node[:mongodb][:server]= MongoDB uri. For example: mongodb://my_user:my_pass@localhost/my_db
node[:couchdb][:server]= CouchDB host
node[:jenkins][:home_dir]= Path to Jenkins's home directory
node[:nagios][:log_dir]= Path to Nagios's event log file
node[:nagios][:conf_dir]= If you use perfdata, dd-agent can import automatically and in real-time performance data collected by nagios. For more information on perfdata configuration, please refer to http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/3_0/perfdata.html. Path to Nagios' configuration file where the properties host|service_perfdata_file and host|service_perfdata_file_template are defined.
node[:cassandra][:host]= Cassandra host
node[:cassandra][:port]= Cassandra port
node[:cassandra][:nodetool]= Path to nodetool
node[:jvm_jmx][:server]= JMX server:port to connect to
node[:jvm_jmx][:user]= JMX user to log in with, if needed
node[:jvm_jmx][:pass]= Password for the configured JMX user
node[:jvm_jmx][:name]= Name to report the statistics for this java VM. This will allow to monitor several JVMs running on the same machine.
node[:tomcat_jmx][:server]= host:port to connect to. Must be configured in tomcat setenv.sh or similar
node[:tomcat_jmx][:user]= JMX user to log in with, if needed
node[:tomcat_jmx][:pass]= Password for the configured JMX user
node[:varnish]= if true, will invoke
varnishstaton the server to gather varnish metrics.
Just a placeholder for now, when we have more shared components they will probably live there.
Installs the Datadog agent on the target system, sets the API key, and start the service to report on the local system metrics
chef-handler-datadog gem and invokes the handler at the end of a chef run to report the details back to the newsfeed.
- Add this cookbook to your Chef Server, either by installing with knife or downloading and uploading to your chef-server with knife.
- Add your API Key, either to
attributes/default.rb, or by using the inheritance model and placing it on the node/
- Upload the new recipe via:
knife cookbook upload datadog
- Associate the recipes with the desired
roles, i.e. "role:chef-client" should contain "datadog::dd-handler" and a "role:somethingelse" should start the dd-agent with "datadog::dd-agent".
- Wait until chef-client runs on the target node (or trigger chef-client if you're impatient)
We are not making use of data_bags in this recipe at this time, as it is unlikely that you will have more than 1 API key.
dd-handler- Corrects attribute name.
dd-agent- Adds an explicit varnish attribute.
dd-agent- Add varnish support.
dd-agent- default to using instance IDs as hostnames when running dd-agent on EC2
dd-agent- Full datadog.conf template using attributes (thanks @drewrothstein)
dd-agent- Added support for Nagios PerfData and Graphite.
dd-agent- Added support for RPM installs - Red Hat, CentOS, Scientific, Fedora
- Initial refactoring, including the
- Adding chef-handler-datadog to report to the newsfeed
- Added ruby-dev dependency
License and Author
Copyright 2012, Datadog, Inc.
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