ejabberd_ - Munin wildcard plugin to monitor ejabberd2
As connected users, registered users and server-connections have somewhat different scales, this plugin uses munins suggest feature to create the following graphs:
If the autodetect-feature for vhosts breaks, you can set
[ejabberd_*] env.vhosts foo.com bar.com
in a file in plugin-conf.d to override it. ("user root" may also be smart/not so smart depending on your setup).
For monitoring user statuses - define statuses environment variable: (you can monitor only some of them)
[ejabberd_*] env.statuses available away chat xa
For usersindays statistics define days environment variable. Be careful on high loaded servers, because it will plot all days in one graph.
[ejabberd_*] env.days 1 7 30
If your ejabberd.cfg cannot be found you can se it this way
[ejabberd_*] env.configfile /etc/ejabberd/ejabberd.cfg
#%# family=contrib #%# capabilities=autoconf suggest
Written by Lasse Karstensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Based on ejabberd-plugin by Christian Dröge <Christian@draugr.de>
Status, memory, threads, uptime, usersindays, ejabberd2 and other code optimisation by Peter Viskup <email@example.com>
Previously the documentation for this plugin mentioned RRDs limit on data series names. Munin works around this limit and the restriction does not apply.
There is no way to configure the path to ejabberdctl.
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