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Nagios::Scrape - Scrapes and Parses the status.cgi page of a Nagios installation
This module uses LWP to retrieve the status.cgi page of a Nagios installation, parses the data into a manageable format, and then makes it accessible.
This is a more lightweight solution to Nagios installations where the status.dat file can reach 1+mb in size.
use Nagios::Scrape; my $foo = Nagios::Scrape->new(username => $username, password => $password, url => $url); @service_alerts = $foo->get_service_status(); @host_alerts = $foo->get_host_status();
Creates a new class given a username and password.
my $nagios = Nagios::Scrape->new(username => $username, password => $password, url => $url);
This method allows you to filter certain host states. The table is as follows:
Hosts: PENDING 1 UP 2 DOWN 4 UNREACHABLE 8
Add the number for each state that you want to see. For example, to see DOWN and UNREACHABLE states, set this value to 12. (Default value).
This method allows you to filter certain service states. The table is as follows:
Services: PENDING 1 OK 2 WARNING 4 UNKNOWN 8 CRITICAL 16
Add the number for each state you would like to see. For example, to see WARNING, UNKNOWN, and CRITICAL states, set the number to 28. (Default value).
Connects to given URL and retrieves the requested service statuses
Connects to given url and retrieves host statuses
Will parse the service status page into a manageable array of hashed service details.
Will parse the host status page into a manageable array of hashed service details.
Simple helper method that smooths out HTML strings from Nagios status.cgi page
Original author: Joe Topjian,
<joe at terrarum.net>
Maintainership since 2018: David Precious (BIGPRESH)
Please report any bugs or feature requests on GitHub:
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
Some of this code was taken from www.nagios3book.com/nagios-3-enm/tts/nagios-ttsd.pl which is no longer online.
Copyright 2010 Joe Topjian.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.
See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.