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Gentoo Overlay Repository for Icinga2 related stuff (mainly check plugins)
in its current form this repo hosts ebuilds for a handful of icinga2 check plugins (and, if necessary, their dependencies) that I found useful for myself. I will also provide command definitions for icinga2, if necessary (i.e. the plugin isn't already in the icinga2 ITL)
In rare cases these ebuilds also include templates for icingaweb2-modules-graphite (see net-analyzer/check_haproxy as an example).
There are also a few icingaweb2-modules in category www-apps.
I try to have these ebuilds as current to upstream as possible.
In the near future I want to have a bot doing most of the maintenance stuff (like bumping ebuilds on new releases) For this, I have build a bot that does most of the (unstable) version bumping
If you think there is an check plugin missing, please file an Issue or (much more appreciated) a pull request at Github.
Adding the overlay
If you are using Layman, execute:
layman -a icinga
If you are using eselect-repository, execute:
eselect repository enable icinga
using the profile
This repo provides profiles selectable via "eselect profile" for default USE-Flags and masking/unmasking different packages.
Take a look at
profiles/icinga/ for details.
eselect profile list ... [xx] icinga:default/linux/amd64/17.1/icinga (stable) eselect profile select icinga:default/linux/amd64/17.1/icinga
You can also use this profile as basis for your own profile. (see wiki.gentoo.org)
# make new repository eselect repository create <repo_name> # we must use 'portage-2' format so 'parent' can be easily set to other repos echo "profile-formats = portage-2" >> /var/db/repos/<repo_name>/metadata/layout.conf # create new profile mkdir /var/db/repos/<repo_name>/profiles/<profile_name> echo 7 > /var/db/repos/<repo_name>/profiles/<profile_name>/eapi # set parent to mix and match your needs echo "gentoo:default/linux/amd64/17.1" >/var/db/repos/<repo_name>/profiles/<profile_name>/parent # include icinga defaults echo "icinga:icinga" >> /var/db/repos/<repo_name>/profiles/<profile_name>/parent # make it known to 'eselect profile' echo -e "amd64\t<profile_name>\tstable" >> /var/db/repos/<repo_name>/profiles/profiles.desc # select the new profile eselect profile list eselect profile set '<repo_name>:<profile_name>' # don't forget to 'emerge world' for the changed USE-Flags
Submitting an Issue
the issue tracker is located in my GitHub repository. If an ebuild appears to produce an error, please report it there.
I appreciate and encourage for contribution. If you want a specific package or want to create a package for me to maintain, please make a pull request.
automatically generate new ebuilds (marked as unstable) if upstream releases new version
- provide a meta-ebuild that installs haproxy/apache/php/mariadb/graphite/grafana with example config and documentation. The goal here is to provide an "easy" installation for a running icinga2 instance in Gentoo