EAV Monitor - HTTP Monitor cURL Basic GETΒΆ


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# @(#) $Id: http\_monitor\_cURL+GET,v 1.0 2007/06/28 16:10:15 deb Exp $
# (based on sample\_monitor,v 1.3 2005/02/04 18:47:17 saxon)
# these arguments supplied automatically for all external monitors:
# $1 = IP (IPv6 notation. IPv4 addresses are passed in the form
# ::ffff:w.x.y.z
# where "w.x.y.z" is the IPv4 address)
# $2 = port (decimal, host byte order)
# Additional command line arguments ($3 and higher) may be specified inthe monitor template
# This example does not expect any additional command line arguments
# Name/Value pairs may also be specified in the monitor template
# This example expects the following Name/Vaule pairs:
# URI = the URI to request from the server
# RECV = the expected response (not case sensitive)

# remove IPv6/IPv4 compatibility prefix (LTM passes addresses in IPv6 format)
IP=\`echo ${1} \| sed 's/::ffff://'\`

PIDFILE="/var/run/\`basename ${0}\`.${IP}\_${PORT}.pid"
# kill of the last instance of this monitor if hung and log current pid
if [ -f $PIDFILE ]

   echo "EAV exceeded runtime needed to kill ${IP}:${PORT}" \| logger -p
   kill -9 \`cat $PIDFILE\` > /dev/null 2>&1


echo "$$" > $PIDFILE

# send request & check for expected response
curl -fNs http://${IP}:${PORT}${URI} \| grep -i "${RECV}" 2>&1 > /dev/null

# mark node UP if expected response was received
   if [ $? -eq 0 ]
   rm -f $PIDFILE
   echo "UP"
   rm -f $PIDFILE