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Monitor Cisco "sh env" in Hosted Graphite
# Copyright (c) 2018 Steven Gould
# Author: Steven Gould
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import socket
import paramiko
import re
ssh = paramiko.SSHClient()
ssh.set_missing_host_key_policy(paramiko.AutoAddPolicy())
ssh.connect('SWITCH_IP_ADDRESS', 22, 'USERNAME', 'PASSWORD')
stdin, stdout, stderr = ssh.exec_command('sh env')
stdin.close()
conn = socket.create_connection(("statsd.hostedgraphite.com", 2003))
data = stdout.read().splitlines()
for line in data:
match = re.search('^\d ', line)
if match:
elements = line.split( )
n = len(elements) - 3
temperature = elements[n]
if temperature.endswith('C'):
temperature = temperature[:-1]
metricelements = elements[:n]
metricstring = "-".join(metricelements)
graphitestring = "HOSTED-GRAPHITE-API-KEY.pw.switch.temperature."+metricstring+" "+temperature+"\n"
conn.send(graphitestring);
print graphitestring
conn.close()
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