I finally created a repository on GitHub for all of my Zabbix scripts (or, if you want to go directly to the repository: https://github.com/untergeek/zabbix-grab-bag)
This is the culmination of a dream that started a few years ago. I wanted a way to share my scripts in a way that others would be able to both use and improve them. GitHub is the chosen vessel.
Rather than making this a true project, I envision it as more of a “grab-bag” of projects/scripts/templates from myself and others. And you should be able to license your own scripts however you want, too.
So check it out! Contribute! Let’s make Zabbix even more awesome!
4 thoughts on “The Zabbix Grab-Bag”
thx for this nice work!
Too bad, that the elasticsearch xml template can be
imported in Zabbix 1.8.11 but is not showing up anywhere 😦
Any ideas Perhaps?
I wish it were simple, but there is so much change between 1.8 and 2.0. They added host interface dependencies on items and a lot of other things. You may be able to simply read the XML and re-create.
actually m following your templates but still failed to monitor ES, m confused where ESzabbix.py & ESzabbix.userparm is going to insert, at zabbix server or at elasticsearch machine ?
Part of the problem is that the script & template are based on a past version of the Elasticsearch API. The recent changes break this. I have not taken the time to chase this down and try to fix it. It is a lot of work.