Release 1.9 of monitoring plugin check_es_system adds Elasticsearch cluster name in status check output

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Published on July 23rd 2020 - Listed in Monitoring Elasticsearch


A new version of the check_es_system, a monitoring plugin to monitor Elasticsearch clusters and nodes, is available!

Release 1.9 adds a small but very useful enhancement: The cluster name is now present in the output of the status check type.

Before:

$ ./check_es_system.sh -H aabbccddeeffgghhiijjkkllmmnnoopp.eu-central-1.aws.cloud.es.io -P 9243 -S -t status -u user -p pass -X jshon
ES SYSTEM OK - Elasticsearch Cluster is green (1 nodes, 1 data nodes, 2 shards, 16 docs)|total_nodes=1;;;; data_nodes=1;;;; total_shards=2;;;; relocating_shards=0;;;; initializing_shards=0;;;; unassigned_shards=0;;;; docs=16;;;;

Now the output contains the cluster name, too:

$ ./check_es_system.sh -H aabbccddeeffgghhiijjkkllmmnnoopp.eu-central-1.aws.cloud.es.io -P 9243 -S -t status -u user -p pass -X jshon
ES SYSTEM OK - Elasticsearch Cluster "aabbccddeeffgghhiijjkkllmmnnoopp" is green (1 nodes, 1 data nodes, 2 shards, 16 docs)|total_nodes=1;;;; data_nodes=1;;;; total_shards=2;;;; relocating_shards=0;;;; initializing_shards=0;;;; unassigned_shards=0;;;; docs=16;;;;

Thanks a lot to GitHub user tatref for the contribution.


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