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mamonsu

Monitoring agent for PostgreSQL

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mamonsu: Monitoring agent for PostgreSQL


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Build status

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License

Development version, available on github, released under BSD 3-clause.

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Installation

Pre-Build packages for:

Linux distros: https://packagecloud.io/postgrespro/mamonsu

`Windows installers <https://oc.postgrespro.ru/index.php/s/qu7YsFvOE55LdXo>`_

NOTE: pre-build packages on packagecloud only for mamonsu 2.3.4

Install via pip:

.. code-block:: bash

$ pip install mamonsu

Install from git:

.. code-block:: bash

$ git clone ... && cd mamonsu && python setup.py build && python setup.py install

Build deb:

.. code-block:: bash

$ apt-get install make dpkg-dev debhelper python-dev python-setuptools
$ git clone ... && cd mamonsu && make deb && dpkg -i mamonsu*.deb

Build rpm:

.. code-block:: bash

$ yum install make rpm-build python2-devel python-setuptools
$ git clone ... && cd mamonsu && make rpm && rpm -i mamonsu*.rpm

Build win32 exe: (worked with python v3.{4,5}: py2exe v0.9.2.2 and pywin32 v220 or python v2.7: py2exe v0.6.9 and pywin32 v220):

.. code-block:: bash

$ git clone ... && cd mamonsu && python setup_win32.py py2exe
$ cp dist\{mamonsu, service_win32}.exe c:\mamonsu
$ c:\mamonsu\mamonsu.exe -w c:\mamonsu\agent.conf
$ c:\mamonsu\service_win32.exe -install
$ net start mamonsu

NOTE: windows installer only for mamonsu 2.3.4 version

Build nsis installer:

.. code-block:: bash

$ git clone ... && cd mamonsu && python setup_win32.py py2exe
$ nsis packaging/win/mamonsu.nsis

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Configure

Export template for zabbix:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu export template template.xml --add-plugins /etc/mamonsu/plugins
or
$ cp /usr/share/mamonsu/template.xml .

or get example of config with all available parameters at https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu

Import this file in web interface of zabbix: Configuration => Templates => Import, or deploy with mamonsu:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu zabbix template export /usr/share/mamonsu/template.xml --url=http://zabbix/ --user=Admin --password=zabbix

Add this template like PostgresPro-Linux2 at your monitoring host, or create host with mamonsu:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu zabbix host create <client name> <hostgroup id> <template id> <ip> --url=http://zabbix/ --user=Admin --password=zabbix

Generate config on monitoring host or use preinstalled:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu export config /etc/mamonsu/agent.conf --add-plugins /etc/mamonsu/plugins

or get example of config with all available parameters at https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu

Change previously zabbix server address and client hostname:

.. code-block:: bash

$ vim /etc/mamonsu/agent.conf

$ cat /etc/mamonsu/agent.conf

[zabbix]
; enabled by default
enabled = True
client = zabbix_client_host_name
address = zabbix_server_ip

[postgres]
; enabled by default
enabled = True
user = mamonsu
database = mamonsu
; empty password
password = None
port = 5432
query_timeout = 10

[system]
; enabled by default
enabled = True

[log]
file = /var/log/mamonsu/agent.log
level = INFO

These are the main mamonsu settings to get started. You can also fine-tune other mamonsu settings. At https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu you can find example of configuration file for mamonsu with all available parameters.

Bootstrap DDL for monitoring (if you want to monitoring without superuser rights)

Create non-privileged user (for example 'mamonsu')

.. code-block:: bash

$ createdb mamonsu

$ createuser mamonsu

Implement bootstrap from non-privileged user

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu bootstrap -M mamonsu

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Work with zabbix-agent using template and configuration file from mamonsu

NOTE: Mamonsu zabbix agent option does not work for Windows

Export template for zabbix-agent

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu export zabbix-template template_agent.xml

or get example of template at https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu

Export or download zabbix-agent configuration file for needed PostgreSQL version

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu export zabbix-parameters userparameters_pgsql_v*.conf --pg-version=version_number (by default pg-version=10)

or get example of configuration file at https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu

NOTE: zabbix-agent configuration file for PostgreSQL 10 and 11 are equal

Bash scripts for OS parameters monitoring are exported with configuration file in directory /scripts Or you can download them at https://postgrespro.ru/products/extensions/mamonsu

Add configuration file to zabbix-agent directory as /etc/zabbix/zabbix_agentd.d/userparameters_pgsql.conf

NOTE: Make sure path for bash scripts in zabbix-agent configuration file is valid

Edit connections options of zabbix-agent /etc/zabbix/zabbix_agentd.conf, following standard instructions for zabbix-agent installation (https://www.zabbix.com/documentation/3.4/manual/concepts/agent)

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Write your plugin

All plugins must exist in plugin directory which is defined in your configuration file.

See the examples <https://github.com/postgrespro/mamonsu/tree/master/examples>_ for aditional information.

After add new plugin, you must to reexport template and import this file to zabbix.

=========

3rd-party

  • repo mamonsu-plugins <https://github.com/tarabanton/mamonsu-plugins>_ for skytools, nginx, rabbitmq, uwsgi, gdnsd.

====

Run

.. code-block:: bash

$ service mamonsu start
or by hand:
$ mamonsu -d -a /etc/mamonsu/plugins -c /etc/mamonsu/agent.conf -p /var/run/mamonsu.pid

====================

Metrics: PostgreSQL

.. code-block:: bash

'PostgreSQL: ping': pgsql.ping[]
'PostgreSQL: service uptime': pgsql.uptime[]
'PostgreSQL: cache hit ratio': pgsql.cache[hit]
'PostgreSQL: number of total connections': pgsql.connections[total]
'PostgreSQL: number of waiting connections': pgsql.connections[waiting]
'PostgreSQL: number of active connections': pgsql.connections[active]
'PostgreSQL: number of idle connections': pgsql.connections[idle]
'PostgreSQL: number of idle in transactions connections': pgsql.connections[idle_in_transaction]
'PostgreSQL: number of idle in transactions aborted connections': pgsql.connections[idle_in_transaction_aborted]
'PostgreSQL: number of fastpath frunction call connections': pgsql.connections[fastpath_function_call]
'PostgreSQL: number of disabled connections': pgsql.connections[disabled]
'PostgreSQL: number of max connections': pgsql.connections[max_connections]
'PostgreSQL: count files in archive_status need to archive': pgsql.archive_command[count_files_to_archive]
'PostgreSQL: size of files need to archive': pgsql.archive_command[size_files_to_archive]
'PostgreSQL: count archived files': pgsql.archive_command[archived_files]
'PostgreSQL: count attempts to archive files': pgsql.archive_command[failed_trying_to_archive]
'PostgreSQL checkpoint: by timeout (in hour)': pgsql.checkpoint[count_timed]
'PostgreSQL checkpoint: by wal (in hour)': pgsql.checkpoint[count_wal]
'PostgreSQL checkpoint: write time': pgsql.checkpoint[write_time]
'PostgreSQL checkpoint: sync time': pgsql.checkpoint[checkpoint_sync_time]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: buffers written during checkpoints': pgsql.bgwriter[buffers_checkpoint]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: buffers written': pgsql.bgwriter[buffers_clean]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: number of bgwriter stopped by max write count': pgsql.bgwriter[maxwritten_clean]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: buffers written directly by a backend': pgsql.bgwriter[buffers_backend]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: times a backend execute its own fsync': pgsql.bgwriter[buffers_backend_fsync]
'PostgreSQL bgwriter: buffers allocated': pgsql.bgwriter[buffers_alloc]
'PostgreSQL: count of autovacuum workers': pgsql.autovacumm.count[]
'PostgreSQL transactions: total': pgsql.transactions[total]
'PostgreSQL blocks: hit': pgsql.blocks[hit]
'PostgreSQL blocks: read': pgsql.blocks[read]
'PostgreSQL event: conflicts': pgsql.events[conflicts]
'PostgreSQL event: deadlocks': pgsql.events[deadlocks]
'PostgreSQL event: rollbacks': pgsql.events[xact_rollback]
'PostgreSQL temp: bytes written': pgsql.temp[bytes]
'PostgreSQL temp: files created': pgsql.temp[files]
'PostgreSQL tuples: deleted': pgsql.tuples[deleted]
'PostgreSQL tuples: fetched': pgsql.tuples[fetched]
'PostgreSQL tuples: inserted': pgsql.tuples[inserted]
'PostgreSQL tuples: returned': pgsql.tuples[returned]
'PostgreSQL tuples: updated': pgsql.tuples[updated]
'PostgreSQL: streaming replication lag in seconds': pgsql.replication_lag[sec]
'PostgreSQL: wal write speed': pgsql.wal.write[]
'PostgreSQL: count of xlog files': pgsql.wal.count[]
'PostgreSQL statements: read bytes/s': pgsql.stat[read_bytes]
'PostgreSQL statements: write bytes/s': pgsql.stat[write_bytes]
'PostgreSQL statements: dirty bytes/s': pgsql.stat[dirty_bytes]
'PostgreSQL statements: read io time': pgsql.stat[read_time]
'PostgreSQL statements: write io time': pgsql.stat[write_time]
'PostgreSQL statements: other (mostly cpu) time': pgsql.stat[other_time]
'PostgreSQL locks: Read only queries': pgsql.pg_locks[accessshare]
'PostgreSQL locks: SELECT FOR SHARE and SELECT FOR UPDATE': pgsql.pg_locks[rowshare]
'PostgreSQL locks: Write queries': pgsql.pg_locks[rowexclusive]
'PostgreSQL locks: VACUUM, ANALYZE, CREATE INDEX CONCURRENTLY': pgsql.pg_locks[shareupdateexclusive]
'PostgreSQL locks: CREATE INDEX': pgsql.pg_locks[share]
'PostgreSQL locks: Locks from application': pgsql.pg_locks[sharerowexclusive]
'PostgreSQL locks: Locks from application or some operation on system catalogs': pgsql.pg_locks[exclusive]
'PostgreSQL locks: ALTER TABLE, DROP TABLE, TRUNCATE, REINDEX, CLUSTER, VACUUM FULL, LOCK TABLE': pgsql.pg_locks[accessexclusive]
'PostgreSQL oldest transaction running time': pgsql.oldest[transaction_time]
'PostgreSQL age of oldest xid': pgsql.oldest[xid_age]
'PostgreSQL waits: Lightweight locks': pgsql.all_lock[lwlock]
'PostgreSQL waits: Heavyweight locks': pgsql.all_lock[hwlock]
'PostgreSQL waits: Buffer locks': pgsql.all_lock[buffer]
'PostgreSQL waits: lock on a relation': pgsql.hwlock[relation]
'PostgreSQL waits: extend a relation': pgsql.hwlock[extend]
'PostgreSQL waits: lock on a tuple': pgsql.hwlock[tuple]
'PostgreSQL waits: transaction to finish': pgsql.hwlock[transactionid]
'PostgreSQL waits: virtual xid lock': pgsql.hwlock[virtualxid]
'PostgreSQL waits: speculative insertion lock': pgsql.hwlock[speculative_token]
'PostgreSQL waits: lock on database object': pgsql.hwlock[object]
'PostgreSQL waits: userlock': pgsql.hwlock[userlock]
'PostgreSQL waits: advisory user lock': pgsql.hwlock[advisory]
'PostgreSQL waits: XID access': pgsql.lwlock[xid]
'PostgreSQL waits: WAL access': pgsql.lwlock[wal]
'PostgreSQL waits: CLOG access': pgsql.lwlock[clog]
'PostgreSQL waits: Replication Locks': pgsql.lwlock[replication]
'PostgreSQL waits: Buffer operations': pgsql.lwlock[buffer]
'PostgreSQL waits: Other operations': pgsql.lwlock[other]

'Database {#DATABASE}: size': pgsql.database.size[{#DATABASE}]
'Count of bloating tables in database: {#DATABASE}': pgsql.database.bloating_tables[{#DATABASE}]
'Max age (datfrozenxid) in: {#DATABASE}': pgsql.database.bloating_tables[{#DATABASE}]

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Metrics: Linux system

.. code-block:: bash

'System uptime': system.uptime[]
'System load average over 1 minute': system.la[1]
'Processes: in state running': system.processes[running]
'Processes: in state blocked': system.processes[blocked]
'Processes: forkrate': system.processes[forkrate]
'Opened files': system.open_files[]
'CPU time spent by normal programs and daemons': system.cpu[user]
'CPU time spent by nice(1)d programs': system.cpu[nice]
'CPU time spent by the kernel in system activities': system.cpu[system]
'CPU time spent by Idle CPU time': system.cpu[idle]
'CPU time spent waiting for I/O operations': system.cpu[iowait]
'CPU time spent handling interrupts': system.cpu[irq]
'CPU time spent handling batched interrupts': system.cpu[softirq]
'Block devices: read requests': system.disk.all_read[]
'Block devices: write requests': system.disk.all_write[]
'Apps: User-space applications': system.memory[apps]
'Buffers: Block device cache and dirty': system.memory[buffers]
'Swap: Swap space used': system.memory[swap]
'Cached: Parked file data (file content) cache': system.memory[cached]
'Free: Wasted memory': system.memory[unused]
'Slab: Kernel used memory (inode cache)': system.memory[slab]
'SwapCached: Fetched unmod yet swap pages': system.memory[swap_cache]
'PageTables: Map bt virtual and physical': system.memory[page_tables]
'VMallocUsed: vmaloc() allocated by kernel': system.memory[vmalloc_used]
'Committed_AS: Total committed memory': system.memory[committed]
'Mapped: All mmap()ed pages': system.memory[mapped]
'Active: Memory recently used': system.memory[active]
'Inactive: Memory not currently used': system.memory[inactive]

'Mount point {#MOUNTPOINT}: used': system.vfs.used[{#MOUNTPOINT}]
'Mount point {#MOUNTPOINT}: free' system.vfs.free[{#MOUNTPOINT}]
'Mount point {#MOUNTPOINT}: free in percents': system.vfs.percent_free[{#MOUNTPOINT}]
'Mount point {#MOUNTPOINT}: free inodes in percent': system.vfs.percent_inode_free[{#MOUNTPOINT}]
'Block device {#BLOCKDEVICE}: utilization': system.disk.utilization[{#BLOCKDEVICE}]
'Block device {#BLOCKDEVICE}: read operations': system.disk.read[{#BLOCKDEVICE}]
'Block device {#BLOCKDEVICE}: write operations': system.disk.write[{#BLOCKDEVICE}]
'Block device {#BLOCKDEVICE}: read byte/s': system.disk.read_b[{#BLOCKDEVICE}]
'Block device {#BLOCKDEVICE}: write byte/s': system.disk.write_b[{#BLOCKDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: RX bytes/s': system.net.rx_bytes[{#NETDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: RX errors/s': system.net.rx_errors[{#NETDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: RX drops/s': system.net.rx_drops[{#NETDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: TX bytes/s': system.net.tx_bytes[{#NETDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: TX errors/s': system.net.tx_errors[{#NETDEVICE}]
'Net device {#NETDEVICE}: TX drops/s': system.net.tx_drops[{#NETDEVICE}]

=======================

Metrics: Windows system

.. code-block:: bash

'Memory cached': system.memory[cache]
'Memory available': system.memory[available]
'Memory free': system.memory[free]
'CPU user time': system.cpu[user_time]
'CPU idle time': system.cpu[idle_time]
'CPU privileged time': system.cpu[privileged_time]
'Network bytes total': system.network[total_bytes]
'Network output queue length': system.network[total_output_queue]

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Screenshots

.. image:: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/postgrespro/mamonsu/master/examples/statistics-1.png .. image:: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/postgrespro/mamonsu/master/examples/statistics-2.png .. image:: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/postgrespro/mamonsu/master/examples/statistics-3.png

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Tool: Report

Create report about used hardware and PostgreSQL:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu report

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Tool: Tune

Make generic optimization for system and PostgreSQL, based on hardware information:

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu tune

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Tool: analog of zabbix_get

.. code-block:: bash

$ mamonsu agent version
$ mamonsu agent metric-list
$ mamonsu agent metric-get <key>

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Tool: Zabbix CLI

Simple cli for control your Zabbix Server

.. code-block:: bash

$ export ZABBIX_USER=Admin
$ export ZABBIX_PASSWD=zabbix
$ export ZABBIX_URL='http://localhost/zabbix'

$ mamonsu zabbix template list
$ mamonsu zabbix template show <template name>
$ mamonsu zabbix template id <template name>
$ mamonsu zabbix template delete <template id>
$ mamonsu zabbix template export <file>

$ mamonsu zabbix host list
$ mamonsu zabbix host show <hostname>
$ mamonsu zabbix host id <hostname>
$ mamonsu zabbix host delete <host id>
$ mamonsu zabbix host create <host name> <hostgroup id> <template id> <ip>
$ mamonsu zabbix host info templates <host id>
$ mamonsu zabbix host info hostgroups <host id>
$ mamonsu zabbix host info graphs <host id>
$ mamonsu zabbix host info items <host id>

$ mamonsu zabbix hostgroup list
$ mamonsu zabbix hostgroup show <hostgroup name>
$ mamonsu zabbix hostgroup id <hostgroup name>
$ mamonsu zabbix hostgroup delete <hostgroup id>
$ mamonsu zabbix hostgroup create <hostgroup name>

$ mamonsu zabbix item error <host name>
$ mamonsu zabbix item lastvalue <host name>
$ mamonsu zabbix item lastclock <host name>

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