SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension (SLE HAE) is based on pacemaker as the cluster engine, corosync as the message layer and hundreds of resource agents. These resource agents (RA) can be used for almost all imaginable HA use cases.
However, the cluster framework lacks a monitoring solution that customers can use out-of-the-box (apart from rudimentary provided solutions such as crm_mon, mailto RA, ClusterMon RA, ethermon RA, the HAWK GUI or log file parsing by third-party products).
ClusterMon is an resource agent that can generate very detailed reports about the current state of the cluster and its cluster changes.
Goal for this Hackweek
The goal of this hackweek project is to improve an existing bash shell wrapper script for ClusterMon (see https://github.com/roseswe/ClusterMon ) so that it can be used in an easier way by customers, and to give them a reference implementation to start with.
Skills required: Bash, SUSE cluster
Keywords: pacemaker, hae, high availability, cluster, clustermon, monitoring bash, script
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