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nginx_plus

This module will monitor one or more nginx_plus servers depending on configuration.
Servers can be either local or remote.

Example nginx_plus configuration can be found in ‘python.d/nginx_plus.conf’

It produces following charts:

  1. Requests total in requests/s
    * total

  2. Requests current in requests
    * current

  3. Connection Statistics in connections/s
    * accepted
    * dropped

  4. Workers Statistics in workers
    * idle
    * active

  5. SSL Handshakes in handshakes/s
    * successful
    * failed

  6. SSL Session Reuses in sessions/s
    * reused

  7. SSL Memory Usage in percent
    * usage

  8. Processes in processes
    * respawned

For every server zone:

  1. Processing in requests
    * processing

  2. Requests in requests/s
    * requests

  3. Responses in requests/s
    * 1xx
    * 2xx
    * 3xx
    * 4xx
    * 5xx

  4. Traffic in kilobits/s
    * received
    * sent

For every upstream:

  1. Peers Requests in requests/s
    * peer name (dimension per peer)

  2. All Peers Responses in responses/s
    * 1xx
    * 2xx
    * 3xx
    * 4xx
    * 5xx

  3. Peer Responses in requests/s (for every peer)
    * 1xx
    * 2xx
    * 3xx
    * 4xx
    * 5xx

  4. Peers Connections in active
    * peer name (dimension per peer)

  5. Peers Connections Usage in percent
    * peer name (dimension per peer)

  6. All Peers Traffic in KB
    * received
    * sent

  7. Peer Traffic in KB/s (for every peer)
    * received
    * sent

  8. Peer Timings in ms (for every peer)
    * header
    * response

  9. Memory Usage in percent
    * usage

  10. Peers Status in state
    * peer name (dimension per peer)

  11. Peers Total Downtime in seconds
    * peer name (dimension per peer)

For every cache:

  1. Traffic in KB
    * served
    * written
    * bypass

  2. Memory Usage in percent
    * usage

configuration

Needs only url to server’s status

Here is an example for local server:

local:
  url     : 'http://localhost/status'

Without configuration, module fail to start.