Commit 29dc1b88 authored by Christian Hesse's avatar Christian Hesse

add script 'check-health'

This may be incomplete... Please report if you have missing PSUs,
ttemperature sensors, whatever.
parent 44437c68
#!rsc
# RouterOS script: check-health
# Copyright (c) 2019 Christian Hesse <mail@eworm.de>
#
# check for RouterOS health state
:global CheckHealthLast;
:global CheckHealthTemperature;
:global Identity;
:global SendNotification;
:local FormatVoltage do={
:local Voltage [ :tonum $1 ];
:return (($Voltage / 10) . "." . ($Voltage % ($Voltage / 10 * 10)) . "V");
}
:local CheckHealthCurrent [ / system health get ];
:foreach Voltage in={ "psu1-voltage"; "psu2-voltage"; "voltage" } do={
:if ([ :typeof ($CheckHealthLast->$Voltage) ] = "num" && \
[ :typeof ($CheckHealthCurrent->$Voltage) ] = "num") do={
:if ($CheckHealthLast->$Voltage * 115 / 100 < $CheckHealthCurrent->$Voltage || \
$CheckHealthLast->$Voltage * 100 / 115 > $CheckHealthCurrent->$Voltage) do={
$SendNotification ("Health warning: " . $Voltage) \
("The " . $Voltage . " on " . $Identity . " jumped more than 15%.\n\n" . \
"old value: " . [ $FormatVoltage ($CheckHealthLast->$Voltage) ] . "\n" . \
"new value: " . [ $FormatVoltage ($CheckHealthCurrent->$Voltage) ]);
}
}
}
:foreach PSU in={ "psu1"; "psu2" } do={
:if ($CheckHealthLast->($PSU . "-state") = "ok" && \
$CheckHealthCurrent->($PSU . "-state") != "ok") do={
$SendNotification ("Health warning: " . $PSU . " state") \
("The power supply unit '" . $PSU . "' on " . $Identity . " failed!");
}
}
:foreach Temperature in={ "temperature"; "cpu-temperature"; "board-temperature1"; "board-temperature2" } do={
:if ([ :typeof ($CheckHealthLast->$Temperature) ] = "num" && \
[ :typeof ($CheckHealthCurrent->$Temperature) ] = "num") do={
:if ([ :typeof ($CheckHealthTemperature->$Temperature) ] != "num" ) do={
:log warning ("No threshold given for " . $Temperature . ", assuming 50C.");
:set ($CheckHealthTemperature->$Temperature) 50;
}
:if ($CheckHealthLast->$Temperature <= $CheckHealthTemperature->$Temperature && \
$CheckHealthCurrent->$Temperature > $CheckHealthTemperature->$Temperature) do={
$SendNotification ("Health warning: " . $Temperature) \
("The " . $Temperature . " on " . $Identity . " is above threshold: " . \
$CheckHealthCurrent->$Temperature . "C");
}
}
}
:set CheckHealthLast $CheckHealthCurrent;
......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
# Make sure all configuration properties are up to date and this
# value is in sync with value in script 'global-functions'!
:global GlobalConfigVersion 6;
:global GlobalConfigVersion 7;
# This is used for DNS and backup file.
:global Domain "example.com";
......@@ -44,6 +44,14 @@
:global SafeUpdateUrl "";
#:global SafeUpdateUrl "https://example.com/ros/safe-update/";
# These thresholds control when to send notification on temperature.
:global CheckHealthTemperature {
temperature=50;
cpu-temperature=70;
board-temperature1=50;
board-temperature2=50;
}
# This controls what configuration is activated by bridge-port-to-default.
:global BridgePortTo "default";
......
......@@ -3,10 +3,11 @@
# Changes for global-config to be added to notification on script-updates
:global GlobalConfigChanges {
1="moved variables from global-config to global-functions for independence";
1="moved variables from 'global-config' to 'global-functions' for independence";
2="variable names became CamelCase to work around scripting issues";
3="variable for certificate renew passphrase became an array to support multiple passphrases";
4="added option to ignore global-config changes";
5="split off new script cloud-backup from email-backup";
5="split off new script 'cloud-backup' from 'email-backup'";
6="introduced script 'upload-backup' with new configuration parameters";
7="introduced script 'check-health' with new configuration parameters";
};
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
# global functions
# expected configuration version
:global ExpectedConfigVersion 6;
:global ExpectedConfigVersion 7;
# global variables not to be changed by user
:global SentConfigChangesNotification "-";
......
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