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Export Jellyfin playback statistics to Prometheus and Grafana. See https://sno.ws/jellyfin-stats for more info
modules:
jellyfin:
headers:
# The Token value here needs to be an API key generated from the
# Jellyfin admin panel. It's hard-coded here but I'm sure there's
# a better way
Authorization: MediaBrowser Token=ADD_TOKEN_HERE
Content-Type: application/json
accept: application/json
# This will return all active sessions regardless of
# whether something is playing. You can use a combination
# of label and value filters in Grafana to only get actively
# playing sessions
metrics:
- name: jellyfin
type: object
help: User playback metrics from Jellyfin
path: '{ [*] }'
labels:
user_name: '{ .UserName }'
# User PromQL label_join and label_replace to concatenate
# these values into a nice item description
item_type: '{ .NowPlayingItem.Type }'
item_name: '{ .NowPlayingItem.Name }'
item_path: '{ .NowPlayingItem.Path }'
series_name: '{ .NowPlayingItem.SeriesName }'
episode_index: 'e{ .NowPlayingItem.IndexNumber }'
season_index: 's{ .NowPlayingItem.ParentIndexNumber }'
client_name: '{ .Client }'
device_name: '{ .DeviceName }'
values:
is_paused: '{ .PlayState.IsPaused }'
scrape_configs:
- job_name: json
metrics_path: /probe
params:
# The name of the module defined by json-exporter-config.yaml
module: [jellyfin]
static_configs:
- targets:
# Use the Sessions endpoint to see actively playing items
- https://jellyfin.example.com/Sessions
relabel_configs:
- source_labels: [__address__]
target_label: __param_target
- source_labels: [__param_target]
target_label: instance
- target_label: __address__
replacement: HOSTNAME:9115 # The exporter's hostname:port
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