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apcupsd_pct

Name

apcupsd_pct, apcupsd_volt, apcupsd_time, apcupsd_pwr- munin plugin for APC UPS

Synopsis

apcupsd_pct [ config_|_fetch ]

apcupsd_volt [ config_|_fetch ]

apcupsd_time [ config_|_fetch ]

apcupsd_pwr [ config_|_fetch ]

Description

munin plugin to monitor APC UPS via apcupsd by apcaccess.

Installation

cp apcupsd_pct $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/

cd YOUR_MUNIN_PLUGINS_DIR
(make symbolic links different name)
ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_pct
ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_volt
ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_time
ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pwr apcupsd_pwr

restart munin-node

Repository

http://github.com/hirose31/munin-apcupsd

git clone git://github.com/hirose31/munin-apcupsd.git

patches and collaborators are welcome.

See Also

http://exchange.munin-monitoring.org/plugins/apcupsd_pct/details

http://munin.projects.linpro.no/wiki/HowToWritePlugins, http://munin.projects.linpro.no/wiki/protocol-config

Author

HIROSE, Masaaki <hirose31 _at_ gmail.com>

Changelog

* 10/11/2010 - basos - added support for absolute power display

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

#!/usr/bin/env perl

use strict;
use warnings;
use Carp;
use Pod::Usage;

our $APCACCESS = $ENV{apcaccess} || "/sbin/apcaccess";
our $UPS_MODEL = $ENV{ups_model} || "ES 725";
our $VERSION   = 1.0;
my  %Graph;
my  %Metric;

MAIN: {
    decide_monitor_type();

    my $mode = $ARGV[0] || "fetch";
    $mode =~ /^-/ && pod2usage();

    ### $mode
    eval "do_${mode}();"
        or croak "do_${mode}: $@";

    ### end
    exit 0;
}

=begin comment

pct
  LOADPCT   is the percentage of load capacity as estimated by the UPS.
    15.0 Percent Load Capacity
  BCHARGE   is the percentage charge on the batteries.
    100.0 Percent

volt
  LINEV     is the current line voltage as returned by the UPS.
    102.0 Volts
  BATTV     is the battery voltage as supplied by the UPS.
    13.5 Volts

time
  TIMELEFT  is the remaining runtime left on batteries as estimated by the UPS.
    38.4 Minutes

pwr
  LOADPCT   is the percentage of load capacity as estimated by the UPS.
    15.0 Percent Load Capacity
  NOMPOWER
    330 Watts
  LOADMETRIC=LOADPCT/100*NOMPOWER gives realtime power consumption in WATTS

=end comment

=cut

sub decide_monitor_type {
    my $type = $0 =~ /_pct/  ? "pct"  :
               $0 =~ /_volt/ ? "volt" :
               $0 =~ /_time/ ? "time" :
               $0 =~ /_pwr/  ? "pwr"  : undef
                   or croak "unknown monitor type: $0";

    # common
    %Graph = (
        graph_title => "APC Status".($UPS_MODEL?" ($UPS_MODEL)":"")." - ",
        graph_category => "sensors",
        graph_info     => "This graph shows information about your APC UPS",
        graph_args     => "--base 1000 --lower-limit 0",
       );

    if ($type eq "pct") {
        $Graph{graph_title}  .= "Percentage";
        $Graph{graph_vlabel}  = "%";
        %Metric =(
            LOADPCT => {
                label    => "load capacity pct",
            },
            BCHARGE => {
                label    => "charge on the batteries pct",
            },
           );
    } elsif ($type eq "volt") {
        $Graph{graph_title}  .= "Voltage";
        $Graph{graph_vlabel}  = "Volts";
        %Metric =(
            LINEV => {
                label    => "line voltage as returned by the UPS",
            },
            BATTV => {
                label    => "battery voltage as supplied by the UPS",
            },
           );
    } elsif ($type eq "time") {
        $Graph{graph_title} .= "Time";
        $Graph{graph_vlabel}  = "minutes";
        %Metric =(
            TIMELEFT => {
                label    => "remaining runtime left on batteries",
            },
           );
    } elsif ($type eq "pwr") {
        $Graph{graph_title} .= "Power";
        $Graph{graph_vlabel}  = "watts";
        %Metric =(
            LOADMETRIC => {
                label    => "absolute power consumption",
            },
           );
    }
}

sub do_fetch {
    ### do_fetch

    my @status_data = retrieve_apcupsd_status()
        or croak "failed: retrieve_apcupsd_status";
    ### status_data: \@status_data

    my $status = parse_status_data(@status_data);
    ### status: $status
    my $prod_status = proccess_status($status);

    my $FIELD;
    while (my($field,$attr) = each %Metric) {
        $field = lc $field;
        $FIELD = uc $field;
        printf "%s.value %.1f\n", $field, (exists $status->{$FIELD} ? ($status->{$FIELD} =~ /([\d]+\.?[\d]*)/) : ( exists $prod_status->{$FIELD} ? ( $prod_status->{$FIELD} =~ /([\d]+\.?[\d]*)/) : 0 ) );
    }

    return 1;
}

sub do_config {
    ### do_config

    while (my($k,$v) = each %Graph) {
        printf "%s %s\n", $k, $v;
    }
    while (my($field,$attr) = each %Metric) {
        $field = lc $field;
        while (my($k,$v) = each %$attr) {
            printf "%s.%s %s\n", $field, $k, $v;
        }
    }

    return 1;
}

sub do_autoconf {
    ### do_config
    print "yes\n";
}

sub retrieve_apcupsd_status {
    open my $apc, '-|', $APCACCESS
        or croak $!;
    my @status_data = <$apc>;
    close $apc;
    chomp @status_data;
    return @status_data;
}

sub proccess_status {
    my $prod = {};
    my($status) = @_;

    if (exists $status->{NOMPOWER} && exists $status->{LOADPCT}) {
        my $pwr_pct = sprintf "%.1f", ($status->{LOADPCT} =~ /([\d]+\.?[\d]*)/) ;
        my $nom_pwr = sprintf "%.1f", ($status->{NOMPOWER} =~ /([\d]+\.?[\d]*)/) ;
        $prod->{LOADMETRIC} = $pwr_pct/100 * $nom_pwr ;
    }

    return $prod;
}

sub parse_status_data {
    my $status = {};
    my($k,$v);
    for (@_) {
        ($k,$v) = split /\s*:\s*/, $_, 2;
        $status->{$k} = $v;
    }
    return $status;
}


__END__

=head1 NAME

B<apcupsd_pct>, B<apcupsd_volt>, B<apcupsd_time>, B<apcupsd_pwr>- munin plugin for APC UPS

=head1 SYNOPSIS

B<apcupsd_pct>  [ I<config>|I<fetch> ]

B<apcupsd_volt> [ I<config>|I<fetch> ]

B<apcupsd_time> [ I<config>|I<fetch> ]

B<apcupsd_pwr>  [ I<config>|I<fetch> ]

=head1 DESCRIPTION

munin plugin to monitor APC UPS via apcupsd by apcaccess.

=head1 INSTALLATION

  cp apcupsd_pct $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/

  cd YOUR_MUNIN_PLUGINS_DIR
  (make symbolic links different name)
  ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_pct
  ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_volt
  ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pct apcupsd_time
  ln -s $MUNIN_LIBDIR/plugsin/apcupsd_pwr apcupsd_pwr

  restart munin-node

=head1 REPOSITORY

L<http://github.com/hirose31/munin-apcupsd>

  git clone git://github.com/hirose31/munin-apcupsd.git

patches and collaborators are welcome.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<http://exchange.munin-monitoring.org/plugins/apcupsd_pct/details>

L<http://munin.projects.linpro.no/wiki/HowToWritePlugins>,
L<http://munin.projects.linpro.no/wiki/protocol-config>

=head1 AUTHOR

HIROSE, Masaaki E<lt>hirose31 _at_ gmail.comE<gt>

=head1 CHANGELOG

    * 10/11/2010 - basos - added support for absolute power display

=head1 COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

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

=cut

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