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CHECK_GEARMAN(8)					  System Administration Utilities					  CHECK_GEARMAN(8)

NAME
check_gearman - Nagios service check to monitor the gearman job server DESCRIPTION
usage: check_gearman [ -H=<hostname>[:port] ] [ -t=<timeout> ] [ -w=<jobs warning level> ] default: 10 [ -c=<jobs critical level> ] default: 100 [ -W=<worker warning level> ] default: 25 [ -C=<worker critical level> ] default: 50 [ -q=<queue> ] to send a test job: [ -u=<unique job id> ] default: check [ -s=<send text> ] [ -e=<expect text> ] [ -a send async ] will ignore -e [ -h print help ] [ -v verbose output ] [ -V print version ] - You may set thresholds to 0 to disable them. - Thresholds are only for server checks, worker checks are availability only perfdata format when checking job server: |'queue waiting'=current waiting jobs;warn;crit;0 'queue running'=current running jobs 'queue worker'=current num worker;warn;crit;0 Note: set your pnp RRD_STORAGE_TYPE to MULTIPLE to support changeing numbers of queues. see http://docs.pnp4nagios.org/de/pnp-0.6/tpl_custom for detailed information perfdata format when checking mod gearman worker: |worker=10 jobs=1508c Note: Job thresholds are per queue not totals. EXAMPLES
Check job server: %>./check_gearman -H localhost -q host check_gearman OK - 0 jobs running and 0 jobs waiting. Version: 0.14|'host_waiting'=0;10;15;0 'host_running'=0 'host_worker'=3;5;10;0 Check worker: %> ./check_gearman -H <job server hostname> -q worker_<worker hostname> -t 10 -s check check_gearman OK - host has 5 worker and is working on 0 jobs|worker=5 jobs=96132c SEE ALSO
The Mod Gearman documentation is available in /usr/share/doc/mod-gearman/README.html check_gearman 1.3.6-1 July 2012 CHECK_GEARMAN(8)

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GEARMAN_WORKER_ST(3)						     Gearmand						      GEARMAN_WORKER_ST(3)

NAME
gearman_worker_st - Gearmand Documentation, http://gearman.info/ SYNOPSIS
#include <libgearman/gearman.h> gearman_worker_st gearman_worker_set_task_context_free_fn int gearman_worker_timeout(gearman_worker_st *worker) void gearman_worker_set_timeout(gearman_worker_st *worker, int timeout) void *gearman_worker_context(const gearman_worker_st *worker) void gearman_worker_set_context(gearman_worker_st *worker, void *context) void gearman_worker_set_workload_malloc_fn(gearman_worker_st *worker, gearman_malloc_fn *function, void *context) void gearman_worker_set_workload_free_fn(gearman_worker_st *worker, gearman_free_fn *function, void *context) gearman_return_t gearman_worker_wait(gearman_worker_st *worker) gearman_return_t gearman_worker_register(gearman_worker_st *worker, const char *function_name, uint32_t timeout) gearman_return_t gearman_worker_unregister(gearman_worker_st *worker, const char *function_name) gearman_return_t gearman_worker_unregister_all(gearman_worker_st *worker) gearman_job_st *gearman_worker_grab_job(gearman_worker_st *worker, gearman_job_st *job, gearman_return_t *ret_ptr) void gearman_job_free_all(gearman_worker_st *worker) bool gearman_worker_function_exist(gearman_worker_st *worker, const char *function_name, size_t function_length) gearman_return_t gearman_worker_work(gearman_worker_st *worker) Link with -lgearman DESCRIPTION
gearman_worker_st is used for worker communication with the server. gearman_worker_context() and gearman_worker_set_context() can be used to store an arbitrary object for the user. gearman_worker_set_task_context_free_fn() sets a trigger that will be called when a gearman_task_st is released. gearman_worker_timeout() and gearman_worker_set_timeout() get and set the current timeout value, in milliseconds, for the worker. gearman_worker_function_exist() is used to determine if a given worker has a specific function. Normally malloc(3) and free(3) are used for allocation and releasing workloads. gearman_worker_set_workload_malloc_fn() and gearman_worker_set_workload_free_fn() can be used to replace these with custom functions. If you need to remove a function from the server you can call either gearman_worker_unregister_all() to remove all functions that the worker has told the gearmand server about, or you can use gearman_worker_unregister() to remove just a single function. RETURN
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To find out more information please check: http://gearman.info/ SEE ALSO
gearmand(8) libgearman(3) AUTHOR
Data Differential http://www.datadifferential.com/ COPYRIGHT
2012, Data Differential, http://www.datadifferential.com/ 0.33 May 04, 2012 GEARMAN_WORKER_ST(3)

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