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tor_routers

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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#
# Munin plugin to monitor Tor routers
#
# Author: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com>, based on a plugin by Ge van Geldorp <ge@gse.nl>
#
# Parameters understood:
#
# 	host       - Change which host to graph (default localhost)
# 	port       - Change which port to connect to (default 9051)
#	password   - Plain-text control channel password (see torrc
#	             HashedControlPassword parameter)
#	cookiefile - Name of the file containing the control channel cookie
#	             (see torrc CookieAuthentication parameter)
#
# Using HashedControlPassword authentication has the problem that you must
# include the plain-text password in the munin config file. To have any
# effect, that file shouldn't be world-readable.
# If you're using CookieAuthentication, you should run this plugin as a user
# which has read access to the tor datafiles. Also note that bugs in versions
# up to and including 0.1.1.20 prevent CookieAuthentication from working.
#
# Usage: place in /etc/munin/node.d/ (or link it there using ln -s)
#
# Parameters understood:
# 	config   (required)
# 	autoconf (optional - used by munin-config)
#
#
# Magic markers - optional - used by installation scripts and
# munin-config:
#
#%# family=contrib
#%# capabilities=autoconf

use strict;
use IO::Socket::INET;

# Config
our $address = $ENV{host}  || "localhost";	# Default: localhost
our $port    = $ENV{port}  || 9051;		# Default: 9051

# Don't edit below this line

sub Authenticate
{
	my ($socket) = @_;
	my $authline = "AUTHENTICATE";
	if (defined($ENV{cookiefile})) {
		if (open(COOKIE, "<$ENV{cookiefile}")) {
			binmode COOKIE;
			my $cookie;
			$authline .= " ";
			while (read(COOKIE, $cookie, 32)) {
				foreach my $byte (unpack "C*", $cookie) {
					$authline .= sprintf "%02x", $byte;
				}
			}
			close COOKIE;
		}
	} elsif (defined($ENV{password})) {
		$authline .= ' "' . $ENV{password} . '"';
	}
	print $socket "$authline\r\n";
	my $replyline = <$socket>;
	if (substr($replyline, 0, 1) != '2') {
		$replyline =~ s/\s*$//;
		return "Failed to authenticate: $replyline";
	}

	return;
}

if ($ARGV[0] and $ARGV[0] eq "autoconf") {
	# Try to connect to the daemon
	my $socket = IO::Socket::INET->new("$address:$port")
		or my $failed = 1;

	if ($failed) {
		print "no (failed to connect to $address port $port)\n";
		exit 0;
	}

	my $msg = Authenticate($socket);
	if (defined($msg)) {
		print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
		close($socket);
		print "no ($msg)\n";
		exit 0;
	}

	print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
	close($socket);
	print "yes\n";
	exit 0;
}

if ($ARGV[0] and $ARGV[0] eq "config") {
	print "graph_title Routers\n";
	print "graph_args -l 0\n";
	print "graph_vlabel routers\n";
	print "graph_category network\n";
	print "graph_info This graph shows the number of known Tor ORs.\n";

    print "ors.label routers\n";
    print "ors.type GAUGE\n";
    print "ors.info The number of known Tor ORs (onion routers)\n";

    exit 0;
}

my $socket = IO::Socket::INET->new("$address:$port")
	or die("Couldn't connect to $address port $port: $!");

my $msg = Authenticate($socket);
if (defined($msg)) {
	print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
	close($socket);
	die "$msg\n";
}

print $socket "GETINFO ns/all\r\n";
my $replyline = <$socket>;
if (substr($replyline, 0, 1) != '2') {
	print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
	close($socket);
	$replyline =~ s/\s*$//;
	die "Failed to get orconn-status info: $replyline\n";
}

my $count;
while (! (($replyline = <$socket>) =~ /^\.\s*$/)) {
	my @reply = split(/\s+/, $replyline);
    $count++ if $reply[0] eq 'r';
}
$replyline = <$socket>;
if (substr($replyline, 0, 1) != '2') {
	print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
	close($socket);
	$replyline =~ s/\s*$//;
	die "Failed to authenticate: $replyline\n";
}

print $socket "QUIT\r\n";
close($socket);

print "ors.value $count\n";

exit 0;

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