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    Monitoring CCcam made easy

    Monitoring CCcam made easy by Munin

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    You need a running webserver to be able to use munin.

    Munin is a network/system monitoring application that presents output in graphs through a web interface. Its emphasis is on simple plug and play capabilities. A large number of monitoring plugins are available. Using Munin you can easily monitor the performance of your computers, networks, SANs, and applications as well. It uses the RRDtool (written by Tobi Oetiker) and is written in Perl. It stores the data in RRD files, and (if needed) updates the graphs. One of the main goals has been ease of creating new plugins (graphs).

    Munin is available as a package in most distros. In Ubuntu for example, to install it, just type: sudo apt-get install munin

    With the plugins below, you can very easily monitor vairous CCcam parameters along the many others inside your Munin installation on your Linux system.

    If you use Ubuntu, go to /usr/share/munin/plugins/ (other distros may have some other location for this) and create there a file called

    cccam_cards
    This gives a view of how many cards you get in different hops
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam available cards
    graph_vlabel cards
    graph_category CCcam
    hop1.label Cards in hop1
    hop2.label Cards in hop2
    hop3.label Cards in hop3
    hop4.label Cards in hop4
    hop5.label Cards in hop5
    
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    echo -n "hop1.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|1 " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "hop2.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2 " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "hop3.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|3 " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "hop4.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|4 " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "hop5.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|5 " | wc -l
    cccam_ecm
    This gives a view of how many ECM goes trough you box, and how many your local card have handled. (Does not work correct if you have more than one card.
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam ECM
    #graph_vlabel cccam
    graph_category CCcam
    ecms.label Total handled client ecms
    ecmsl.value Local card hadled client ecms
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    
    echo -n "ecms.value "
    echo info | nc localhost 16000 | grep ecm | awk '{print $5}'
    
    echo -n "ecmsl.value "
    echo entitlements | nc localhost 16000 | grep handled | awk '{print $2}' | awk 'BEGIN { FS = "(" } ; { print $1 }'
    cccam_peak
    Lists the largest peak number of your server
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam Peak
    #graph_vlabel cccam
    graph_category CCcam
    peak.label Peak load
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    echo -n "peak.value "
    echo info | nc localhost 16000 | grep Peak | awk '{print $8}'
    cccam_server_clients
    Lists number of connected server and clients. (it should count number instead of using the value form the server page, this also lists users that has gone offline.
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam Servers and Clients
    #graph_vlabel CCcam
    graph_category CCcam
    clients.label Connected clients
    aclient.label Active clients
    servers.label Server connections
    online.label Online CCcam Servers
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    echo -n "clients.value "
    echo info | nc localhost 16000 | grep Connected  | awk '{print $3}'
    
    echo -n "aclient.value "
    echo info | nc localhost 16000 | grep 'Active clients' | awk '{print $3}'
    
    echo -n "servers.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep 'Server connections'  | awk '{print $3}'
    
    echo -n "online.value "
     echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | cut -d'|' -f3 | cut -c3-3 | grep "d" | wc -l
    cccam_share
    Liste the numbers of shares(cards) your server sees.
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam Shares
    #graph_vlabel cccam
    graph_category CCcam
    shares.label Available shares
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    echo -n "shares.value "
    echo shares | nc localhost 16000 | grep Available  | awk '{print $3}'
    cccam_user
    Shows how many cards you get from different users. You can add many users. (replace user1.no-ip.com with users correct DNS or IP)
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title CCcam User Cards
    #graph_vlabel cccam
    graph_category CCcam
    user1.label name user1
    user2.label name user2
    
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    
    echo -n "user1.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep user1.no-ip.com | awk '{print $5}'
    
    echo -n "user2.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep user1.no-ip.com | awk '{print $5}'
    cccam_version_server
    Lists how many server you have of different version. You can easy see if some of your peers upgrade to new version.
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    
    case $1 in
       config)
            cat <<'EOM'
    graph_title Online CCcam Servers by version
    #graph_vlabel CCcam
    graph_category CCcam
    S2011.label 2.0.11
    S210.label 2.1.0
    S211.label 2.1.1
    S212.label 2.1.2
    S213.label 2.1.3
    S214.label 2.1.4
    S220.label 2.2.0
    S221.label 2.2.1
    
    EOM
            exit 0;;
    esac
    
    echo -n "S2011.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.0.11 " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S210.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.1.0  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S211.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.1.2  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S212.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.1.2  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S213.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.1.3  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S214.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.1.4  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S220.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.2.0  " | wc -l
    
    echo -n "S221.value "
    echo servers | nc localhost 16000 | grep "|2.2.1  " | wc -l

    Make these files executable (change permissions with chmod to 755).
    eks
    chmod 755 /usr/share/munin/plugins/cccam_user

    Create symlinks for each file to folder /etc/munin/plugins.
    eks
    ln -s /usr/share/munin/plugins/cccam_user /etc/munin/plugins/cccam_user


    Restart munin: sudo service munin-node restart. Sit back and relax for 15 minutes, and look at your graphs growing.

    By default the webpage of Munin get installed to /var/www/
    So to see Munin graph type:
    http://you_server_ip/munin

    Lots of parameters of CCcam can be monitored. Based on the code above, with simple modifications almost anything can be graphed.

    Gracias a jotne

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    Re: Monitoring CCcam made easy

    Hi,

    it's not working on my ubuntu server but my webserver is on port 16001 and have a login. Must I modify the file ?

    Thanks

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