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diamond (3) Versions 2.1.0

Installs/Configures diamond

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cookbook 'diamond', '~> 2.1.0'
cookbook 'diamond', '~> 2.1.0', :supermarket
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About

Diamond is a python daemon that collects system metrics and publishes them to Graphite. It is capable of collecting cpu, memory, network, i/o, load and disk metrics. Additionally, it features an API for implementing custom collectors for gathering metrics from almost any source.

The documentation can be found on our wiki. For your convenience the wiki is setup as a submodule of this checkout. You can get it via running

git submodule init
git submodule update

Definitions

This cookbook has a definition to make it easy to create collector configs. By default, the definition enables the collector. You can supply it with addition parameters. Below is the simplest example.

    collector_config "CPUCollector"

This simple example just enables the collector and it inhereits the default configuration for this collector as defined by the collector.

You can override these default settings by passing additional parameters. Below is an example of this.

    collector_config "DiskSpaceCollector" do
      filesystems      'ext2,ext3,xfs'
      exclude_filters  "'^/export/home'"
    end

This example is enabling the DiskSpaceCollector while passing addition settings to specify which filesystems to mine data and to exclude certain directories (regex). Read the documentation/collector source code for information on what parameters each collector has. It is recommended that instead of passing values directly, inherit them from the node (as show belown).

    collector_config "DiskSpaceCollector" do
      filesystems      node[:diamond][:collectors][:DiskSpaceCollector][:filesystems]
      exclude_filters  node[:diamond][:collectors][:DiskSpaceCollector][:exclude_filters]
    end

When you are collecting data via snmp, you need to specify that in the definition (as shown below) collector_config "SNMPInterfaceCollector" do path node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:path] snmp true interval node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:interval] time__out node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:timeout] retries node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:retries] port node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:port] community node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:community] devices node[:diamond][:collectors][:SNMPInterfaceCollector][:devices] end

Whats with the double underscore ('')? if a double underscore exists in the attribute name, it will be automatically removed when written to the collector config file. This is due to limitations within ruby code. Sometimes a attibute name may be a reserved ruby word (ie timeout), in which case, you can't use that key to specify an attribute for the collector. The use of double underscores ('') is a work around for that. (so 'timeout' is called as 'time__out' in the cookbook, but writes 'timeout' to the config file.

USAGE

It is recommended that you create a recipe per collector, and add that recipe to the related role. When passing sensitive data to a diamond collector config (ie a username, password, etc), use data bags to encrypt the values.

CI

Using travis-ci for testing changes.

Publishing to Chef Supermarket

To update the cookbook on the supermarket use stove

Example bash stove login --username cbarraford --key ~/.chef/cbarraford.pem stove

Dependent cookbooks

git >= 0.0.0
build-essential >= 0.0.0
yum >= 0.0.0
apt >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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