NAME

App::MonM - Simple monitoring tool

VERSION

Version 1.07

SYNOPSIS

    # monm checkit
    # monm report
    # monm show

DESCRIPTION

Simple monitoring tool

FEATURES

Checking availability of sites (http/https)
Checking of database health (DBI)
Checking internal and external counters using system commands and tools (command)
Supports SMTP, POP3, FTP, SSH protocols, and etc.
Interface for SMS sending
Easy installation and configuration
A small number of system dependencies

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Perl v5.16+
libwww
libnet
Net-SNMP

To use this module, you must have Net-SNMP installed on your system. More specifically you need the Perl modules that come with it.

DO NOT INSTALL SNMP or Net::SNMP from CPAN!

The SNMP module is matched to an install of net-snmp, and must be installed from the net-snmp source tree.

The Perl module SNMP is found inside the net-snmp distribution. Go to the perl/ directory of the distribution to install it, or run ./configure --with-perl-modules from the top directory of the net-snmp distribution.

Net-SNMP can be found at http://net-snmp.sourceforge.net

INSTALLATION

    # sudo cpan install App::MonM

...and then:

    # sudo monm configure

CONFIGURATION

By default configuration file located in /etc/monm directory

Every configuration directive detailed described in monm.conf file, also see conf.d/checkit-foo.conf.sample file for MonM checkit configuration

CRONTAB

To automatically launch the program, we recommend using standard scheduling tools, such as crontab

    * * * * * monm -l checkit >/dev/null 2>>/var/log/monm-error.log

For daily reporting:

    0 8 * * * monm -l report >/dev/null 2>>/var/log/monm-error.log

INTERNAL METHODS

again

The CTK method for classes extension. For internal use only!

See "again" in CTK

configure

The internal method for initializing the project

getdbi
    my $dbi = $app->getdbi;

Returns DBI object

nope, skip, wow, yep
    my $status = $app->nope("Format %s", "text");

Prints status message and returns status.

For nope returns - 0; for skip, wow, yep - 1

notify
    $app->notify();

Sends notifications

trigger
    $app->trigger();

Runs triggers

HISTORY

See Changes file

DEPENDENCIES

CTK

TO DO

See TODO file

BUGS

* none noted

SEE ALSO

CTK

AUTHOR

Serż Minus (Sergey Lepenkov) http://www.serzik.com <abalama@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 1998-2019 D&D Corporation. All Rights Reserved

LICENSE

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

See LICENSE file and https://dev.perl.org/licenses/