[Check_postgres-commit] [commit 2/2] Version 2.14.0 ready

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Thu Feb 11 16:03:56 UTC 2010


Committed by Greg Sabino Mullane <greg at endoint.com>

Subject: [commit 2/2] Version 2.14.0 ready

---
 META.yml               |    4 +-
 Makefile.PL            |    2 +-
 SIGNATURE              |   22 +++++----
 check_postgres.pl      |    2 +-
 check_postgres.pl.asc  |    6 +-
 check_postgres.pl.html |  107 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------
 6 files changed, 87 insertions(+), 56 deletions(-)

diff --git a/META.yml b/META.yml
index 5a867a7..e03919a 100644
--- a/META.yml
+++ b/META.yml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 --- #YAML:1.0
 name                        : check_postgres.pl
-version                     : 2.13.2
+version                     : 2.14.0
 abstract                    : Postgres monitoring script
 author:              
   - Greg Sabino Mullane <greg at endpoint.com>
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ recommends:
 provides:
   check_postgres:
     file                    : check_postgres.pl
-    version                 : 2.13.2
+    version                 : 2.14.0
 
 keywords:
   - Postgres
diff --git a/Makefile.PL b/Makefile.PL
index 56a7bee..f571de5 100644
--- a/Makefile.PL
+++ b/Makefile.PL
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ use strict;
 use warnings;
 use 5.006001;
 
-my $VERSION = '2.13.2';
+my $VERSION = '2.14.0';
 
 if ($VERSION =~ /_/) {
 	print "WARNING! This is a test version ($VERSION) and should not be used in production!\n";
diff --git a/SIGNATURE b/SIGNATURE
index c7df93c..018fa47 100644
--- a/SIGNATURE
+++ b/SIGNATURE
@@ -15,16 +15,16 @@ not run its Makefile.PL or Build.PL.
 Hash: RIPEMD160
 
 SHA1 de1474d7cbc69698971954ffb80760269b218e1f .gitignore
-SHA1 8038f2f318fb0eedaf0f1431b44dd6ece5203d2f .perlcriticrc
-SHA1 902994783e0b80da76d02dff10978a3ef6645f7c MANIFEST
+SHA1 34704b2a862f8ea670ed335230affc9ef3e3acb9 .perlcriticrc
+SHA1 19f7436035c2dd1b1edc7bfdc138409d872338b0 MANIFEST
 SHA1 92f9e28d28d95763cce24d588b19262efc7218f7 MANIFEST.SKIP
-SHA1 7ed143ab707b5da4cf94ba646f3d75ec6e3c54d3 META.yml
-SHA1 945f5b414af3daa60bef2d92d6f18c9b071c4b31 Makefile.PL
+SHA1 a7836851e1b720d874ab1e3a3d8bfe292d823f36 META.yml
+SHA1 0ead49d130f1461a496f7229d7045ee4b9003121 Makefile.PL
 SHA1 709742a5933a43cc3e82ee935cd63a45f176adda README
 SHA1 6a627ce3f10fd9993b65210733d6098ef6a42dca TODO
-SHA1 b3321912976e65089d1639ad5836f154a4381419 check_postgres.pl
-SHA1 06d2a05f5d9848df12915c44ba3027fc27cdaa78 check_postgres.pl.asc
-SHA1 79dc27091ef50b620fd0489df7657d8f5bdbd357 check_postgres.pl.html
+SHA1 54fa182fe52823058cec64dcc7c3bd07cd09bf56 check_postgres.pl
+SHA1 8bdb1ecfb303944074adfec2ab07f8be28103963 check_postgres.pl.asc
+SHA1 d65da965fc3c42b101ffaf3c9f868a9b996d421a check_postgres.pl.html
 SHA1 c3d239c75a507a0b4d5a245ea82fb2e7fe2869cd t/00_basic.t
 SHA1 a29dcbcc2e34d409ad30e8f87b9c4c09db877c4e t/00_signature.t
 SHA1 b3b833488dca6a766aa185c2457d361a978103cb t/00_test_tester.t
@@ -45,6 +45,7 @@ SHA1 a83a869ac0d8a934b91a95b94c33b232a5d586ff t/02_last_vacuum.t
 SHA1 82faf8abcd0855361047154073f05111c9d0209f t/02_listener.t
 SHA1 ef95e89d40c052c240c77fbca654150480d61c08 t/02_locks.t
 SHA1 b948f94b3404b772d02850f48a70e19a76169791 t/02_logfile.t
+SHA1 aac72bd216c1914a5598d7f8008d45eab03dc288 t/02_new_version_bc.t
 SHA1 a4d49989f13ef9d13a89cdea869e10e5c59d3d1a t/02_new_version_cp.t
 SHA1 b01d529b9e61fbeb63a3ea41e33c308fe2df2be8 t/02_new_version_pg.t
 SHA1 1faaad7c164d9588e77afd64b8e6c3bbbd243f6e t/02_prepared_txns.t
@@ -55,6 +56,7 @@ SHA1 7f9e6725cba6c1418beb0847e49ab8eb9c409f60 t/02_replicate_row.t
 SHA1 c28d1dc9805201263409c393e6e0930424837791 t/02_same_schema.t
 SHA1 921e5627011cfaa923ee9df26e8bb90c16cb1dd0 t/02_sequence.t
 SHA1 f498f14c7b05792e18b99ef7d6c91592682d29b6 t/02_settings_checksum.t
+SHA1 a014c09fac27a23ddc81cda78e9b67defe0d3fd3 t/02_slony_status.t
 SHA1 4c14da6c23eb14e450bd7b0af722fdc0cb97aae7 t/02_timesync.t
 SHA1 da12da419f0adb356687ec1465ff7e32f2364c12 t/02_txn_idle.t
 SHA1 af3eb039379b29b9a88749f478299265a87fd084 t/02_txn_time.t
@@ -67,7 +69,7 @@ SHA1 96e6e5da3e1f6753a469e7afc8cf070024b33b23 t/99_cleanup.t
 SHA1 058e1b59e21c039b6c79f0be3e1a6c2dbcbd5add t/CP_Testing.pm
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diff --git a/check_postgres.pl b/check_postgres.pl
index 927ba6b..88ff497 100755
--- a/check_postgres.pl
+++ b/check_postgres.pl
@@ -6585,7 +6585,7 @@ sub show_dbstats {
 
 B<check_postgres.pl> - a Postgres monitoring script for Nagios, MRTG, Cacti, and others
 
-This documents describes check_postgres.pl version 2.13.3
+This documents describes check_postgres.pl version 2.14.0
 
 =head1 SYNOPSIS
 
diff --git a/check_postgres.pl.asc b/check_postgres.pl.asc
index ad43121..666a5cc 100644
--- a/check_postgres.pl.asc
+++ b/check_postgres.pl.asc
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
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diff --git a/check_postgres.pl.html b/check_postgres.pl.html
index 091036f..980d640 100644
--- a/check_postgres.pl.html
+++ b/check_postgres.pl.html
@@ -65,9 +65,10 @@
 		<li><a href="#prepared_txns"><strong>prepared_txns</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#query_runtime"><strong>query_runtime</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#query_time"><strong>query_time</strong></a></li>
+		<li><a href="#replicate_row"><strong>replicate_row</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#same_schema"><strong>same_schema</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#sequence"><strong>sequence</strong></a></li>
-		<li><a href="#replicate_row"><strong>replicate_row</strong></a></li>
+		<li><a href="#slony_status"><strong>slony_status</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#txn_time"><strong>txn_time</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#txn_idle"><strong>txn_idle</strong></a></li>
 		<li><a href="#rebuild_symlinks"><strong>rebuild_symlinks</strong></a></li>
@@ -104,7 +105,7 @@
 <hr />
 <h1><a name="name">NAME</a></h1>
 <p><strong>check_postgres.pl</strong> - a Postgres monitoring script for Nagios, MRTG, Cacti, and others</p>
-<p>This documents describes check_postgres.pl version 2.13.2</p>
+<p>This documents describes check_postgres.pl version 2.14.0</p>
 <p>
 </p>
 <hr />
@@ -1017,6 +1018,44 @@ assumed to be seconds.</p>
 line gives the name of the database.</p>
 <p>
 </p>
+<h2><a name="replicate_row"><strong>replicate_row</strong></a></h2>
+<p>(<code>symlink: check_postgres_replicate_row</code>) Checks that master-slave replication is working to one or more slaves.
+The slaves are specified the same as the normal databases, except with 
+the number 2 at the end of them, so &quot;--port2&quot; instead of &quot;--port&quot;, etc.
+The values or the <em>--warning</em> and <em>--critical</em> options are units of time, and 
+at least one must be provided (no defaults). Valid units are 'seconds', 'minutes', 'hours', 
+or 'days'. Each may be written singular or abbreviated to just the first letter. 
+If no units are given, the units are assumed to be seconds.</p>
+<p>This check updates a single row on the master, and then measures how long it 
+takes to be applied to the slaves. To do this, you need to pick a table that 
+is being replicated, then find a row that can be changed, and is not going 
+to be changed by any other process. A specific column of this row will be changed 
+from one value to another. All of this is fed to the <code>repinfo</code> option, and should 
+contain the following options, separated by commas: table name, primary key, key id, 
+column, first value, second value.</p>
+<p>Example 1: Slony is replicating a table named 'orders' from host 'alpha' to 
+host 'beta', in the database 'sales'. The primary key of the table is named 
+id, and we are going to test the row with an id of 3 (which is historical and 
+never changed). There is a column named 'salesrep' that we are going to toggle 
+from a value of 'slon' to 'nols' to check on the replication. We want to throw 
+a warning if the replication does not happen within 10 seconds.</p>
+<pre>
+  check_postgres_replicate_row --host=alpha --dbname=sales --host2=beta 
+  --dbname2=sales --warning=10 --repinfo=orders,id,3,salesrep,slon,nols</pre>
+<p>Example 2: Bucardo is replicating a table named 'receipt' from host 'green' 
+to hosts 'red', 'blue', and 'yellow'. The database for both sides is 'public'. 
+The slave databases are running on port 5455. The primary key is named 'receipt_id', 
+the row we want to use has a value of 9, and the column we want to change for the 
+test is called 'zone'. We'll toggle between 'north' and 'south' for the value of 
+this column, and throw a critical if the change is not on all three slaves within 5 seconds.</p>
+<pre>
+ check_postgres_replicate_row --host=green --port2=5455 --host2=red,blue,yellow
+  --critical=5 --repinfo=receipt,receipt_id,9,zone,north,south</pre>
+<p>For MRTG output, returns on the first line the time in seconds the replication takes to finish. 
+The maximum time is set to 4 minutes 30 seconds: if no replication has taken place in that long 
+a time, an error is thrown.</p>
+<p>
+</p>
 <h2><a name="same_schema"><strong>same_schema</strong></a></h2>
 <p>(<code>symlink: check_postgres_same_schema</code>) Verifies that two databases are identical as far as their 
 schema (but not the data within). This is particularly handy for making sure your slaves have not 
@@ -1099,42 +1138,19 @@ if there are more than one sequence at that percentage.</p>
   check_postgres_sequence --dbport=5432 --critical=50% --include=orders_id_seq</pre>
 <p>
 </p>
-<h2><a name="replicate_row"><strong>replicate_row</strong></a></h2>
-<p>(<code>symlink: check_postgres_replicate_row</code>) Checks that master-slave replication is working to one or more slaves.
-The slaves are specified the same as the normal databases, except with 
-the number 2 at the end of them, so &quot;--port2&quot; instead of &quot;--port&quot;, etc.
-The values or the <em>--warning</em> and <em>--critical</em> options are units of time, and 
-at least one must be provided (no defaults). Valid units are 'seconds', 'minutes', 'hours', 
-or 'days'. Each may be written singular or abbreviated to just the first letter. 
-If no units are given, the units are assumed to be seconds.</p>
-<p>This check updates a single row on the master, and then measures how long it 
-takes to be applied to the slaves. To do this, you need to pick a table that 
-is being replicated, then find a row that can be changed, and is not going 
-to be changed by any other process. A specific column of this row will be changed 
-from one value to another. All of this is fed to the <code>repinfo</code> option, and should 
-contain the following options, separated by commas: table name, primary key, key id, 
-column, first value, second value.</p>
-<p>Example 1: Slony is replicating a table named 'orders' from host 'alpha' to 
-host 'beta', in the database 'sales'. The primary key of the table is named 
-id, and we are going to test the row with an id of 3 (which is historical and 
-never changed). There is a column named 'salesrep' that we are going to toggle 
-from a value of 'slon' to 'nols' to check on the replication. We want to throw 
-a warning if the replication does not happen within 10 seconds.</p>
+<h2><a name="slony_status"><strong>slony_status</strong></a></h2>
+<p>(<code>symlink: check_postgres_slony_status</code>) Checks in the status of a Slony cluster by looking 
+at the results of Slony's sl_status view. This is returned as the number of seconds of &quot;lag time&quot;. 
+The <em>--warning</em> and <em>--critical</em> options should be expressed as times. The default values 
+are <strong>60 seconds</strong> for the warning and <strong>300 seconds</strong> for the critical.</p>
+<p>The optional argument <em>--schema</em> indicated the schema that Slony is installed under. If it is 
+not given, the schema will be determined automatically each time this check is run.</p>
+<p>Example 1: Give a warning if any Slony is lagged by more than 20 seconds</p>
 <pre>
-  check_postgres_replicate_row --host=alpha --dbname=sales --host2=beta 
-  --dbname2=sales --warning=10 --repinfo=orders,id,3,salesrep,slon,nols</pre>
-<p>Example 2: Bucardo is replicating a table named 'receipt' from host 'green' 
-to hosts 'red', 'blue', and 'yellow'. The database for both sides is 'public'. 
-The slave databases are running on port 5455. The primary key is named 'receipt_id', 
-the row we want to use has a value of 9, and the column we want to change for the 
-test is called 'zone'. We'll toggle between 'north' and 'south' for the value of 
-this column, and throw a critical if the change is not on all three slaves within 5 seconds.</p>
+  check_postgres_slony_status --warning 20</pre>
+<p>Example 2: Give a critical if Slony, installed under the schema &quot;_slony&quot;, is over 10 minutes lagged</p>
 <pre>
- check_postgres_replicate_row --host=green --port2=5455 --host2=red,blue,yellow
-  --critical=5 --repinfo=receipt,receipt_id,9,zone,north,south</pre>
-<p>For MRTG output, returns on the first line the time in seconds the replication takes to finish. 
-The maximum time is set to 4 minutes 30 seconds: if no replication has taken place in that long 
-a time, an error is thrown.</p>
+  check_postgres_slony_sytatus --schema=_slony --critical=600</pre>
 <p>
 </p>
 <h2><a name="txn_time"><strong>txn_time</strong></a></h2>
@@ -1446,10 +1462,23 @@ feature requests, and commit notices, send email to <a href="mailto:check_postgr
 <h1><a name="history">HISTORY</a></h1>
 <p>Items not specifically attributed are by Greg Sabino Mullane.</p>
 <dl>
+<dt><strong><a name="0" class="item"><strong>Version 2.14.0</strong> (February 11, 2010)</a></strong></dt>
+
+<dd>
+<pre>
+  Added the 'slony_status' action.
+  Changed the logfile sleep from 0.5 to 1, as 0.5 gets rounded to 0 on some boxes!</pre>
+</dd>
 <dt><strong><a name="2" class="item"><strong>Version 2.13.2</strong> (February 4, 2010)</a></strong></dt>
 
 <dd>
 <pre>
+  Allow timeout option to be used for logtime 'sleep' time.</pre>
+</dd>
+<dt><strong><strong>Version 2.13.2</strong> (February 4, 2010)</strong></dt>
+
+<dd>
+<pre>
   Show offending database for query_time action.
   Apply perflimit to main output for sequence action.
   Add 'noowner' option to same_schema action.
@@ -1464,7 +1493,7 @@ feature requests, and commit notices, send email to <a href="mailto:check_postgr
   Added &quot;nolanguage&quot; as a filter for the same_schema option.
   Don't track &quot;generic&quot; table constraints (e.. $1, $2) using same_schema</pre>
 </dd>
-<dt><strong><a name="0" class="item"><strong>Version 2.13.0</strong> (January 29, 2010)</a></strong></dt>
+<dt><strong><strong>Version 2.13.0</strong> (January 29, 2010)</strong></dt>
 
 <dd>
 <pre>
-- 
1.6.2.2



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