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A munin plugin for Linux to monitor Codebase ticket progress
#!/usr/bin/env python
"""
codebase_munin - A munin plugin for Linux to monitor Codebase ticket progress
Copyright (C) 2015 Christian Stade-Schuldt
Author: Christian Stade-Schuldt
Like Munin, this plugin is licensed under the GNU GPL v2 license
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/GPL-2.0
Add the following section to your munin-node's plugin configuration:
[codebase_*]
env.codebase_user [codebase_api_user]
env.codebase_key [codebase_api_key]
This plugin supports the following munin configuration parameters:
#%# family=auto contrib
#%# capabilities=autoconf
"""
import os
import re
import sys
import time
import requests
def get_ticket_statuses():
"""get the current ticket statuses"""
codebase_api_user = os.environ['codebase_user']
codebase_api_key = os.environ['codebase_key']
# ignore statuses Archive, Done and Invalid
statuses_list = ["Deployed", "In Progress", "In specification", "On hold", "Open", "QA", "Ready for deploy", "Specified"]
ticket_statuses = {s : 0 for s in statuses_list}
for s in statuses_list:
cnt = 1
while True:
payload = {'page' : cnt, 'query' : 'status:"{}"'.format(s)}
r = requests.get('https://api3.codebasehq.com/bi/tickets.json', params=payload, auth=(codebase_api_user, codebase_api_key))
if r.status_code == 200:
for ticket in r.json():
if ticket['ticket']['status']:
status = ticket['ticket']['status']['name']
ticket_statuses[status] += 1
#time.sleep(1)
cnt += 1
else:
break
for s in statuses_list:
print'%s.value %d' % (s.replace(' ', '_').lower(), ticket_statuses[s])
def print_config():
print "graph_title Codebase tickets by status"
print "graph_vlabel number of tickets"
print "graph_category codebase"
print "graph_order deployed, in_progress, in_specification, on_hold, open, qa, ready_for_deploy, specified"
print "graph_info This graph shows the ticket statuses of the bi project."
print "graph_scale no"
print "deployed.label deployed"
print "deployed.type GAUGE"
print "deployed.draw AREA"
print "in_progress.type GAUGE"
print "in_progress.draw STACK"
print "in_progress.label in_progress"
print "in_specification.type GAUGE"
print "in_specification.draw STACK"
print "in_specification.label in_specification"
print "on_hold.type GAUGE"
print "on_hold.draw STACK"
print "on_hold.label on_hold"
print "open.type GAUGE"
print "open.draw STACK"
print "open.label open"
print "qa.type GAUGE"
print "qa.draw STACK"
print "qa.label qa"
print "ready_for_deploy.type GAUGE"
print "ready_for_deploy.draw STACK"
print "ready_for_deploy.label ready_for_deploy"
print "specified.type GAUGE"
print "specified.draw STACK"
print "specified.label specified"
if __name__ == '__main__':
if len(sys.argv) == 2 and sys.argv[1] == 'config':
print_config()
elif len(sys.argv) == 2 and sys.argv[1] == 'autoconf':
print 'yes'
elif len(sys.argv) == 1 or len(sys.argv) == 2 and sys.argv[1] == 'fetch':
# Some docs say it'll be called with fetch, some say no arg at all
try:
get_ticket_statuses()
except:
sys.exit("Couldn't retrieve codebase ticket statuses")
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