PyMunin Multigraph Munin Plugin for monitoring and comparing the synchronization status (stratum, offset, network delay) of multiple remote hosts using ntpdate.
The list of remote hosts to be monitored must be passed to the plugin using the ntphosts environment variable.
The plugin implements the following graphs:
Configuration variables are passed to the Munin Plugins using environment variables. The environment variables for plugins are usually set in the plugin configuration files in the folder: /etc/munin/plugin-conf.d
The configuration variables implemented by the plugin are listed in the following table:
|ntphosts||Comma separated list of IP addresses of hosts to be monitored.|
|include_graphs||Comma separated list of enabled graphs.
(All graphs enabled by default.)
|exclude_graphs||Comma separated list of disabled graphs.|
Additionally the following configuration variables are implemented by the plugin for Multi Instance support:
|instance_name||Name of instance.|
|instance_label||Graph title label for instance. (Default is the same as instance name.)|
Controls how the instance label will be added to the graph title:
NTP Host Offsets Plugin ( ntphostoffsets ) has been developed by Ali Onur Uyar ([aouyar @ GitHub] (https://github.com/aouyar)).
NTP Host Offsets Plugin ( ntphostoffsets ) is copyrighted free software made available under the terms of the GPL License Version 3 or later.
See the file COPYING that acompanies the code for full licensing information.