stork-agent - Stork Agent to Monitor BIND 9 and Kea services
stork-agent [–listen-stork-only] [–listen-prometheus-only] [-v] [–host=] [–port=] [–skip-tls-cert-verification=] [–prometheus-kea-exporter-address=] [–prometheus-kea-exporter-port=] [–prometheus-kea-exporter-interval=] [-h]
stork-agent is a small tool that operates on systems
that are running BIND 9 or Kea services. The Stork server connects to
the Stork agent and uses it to monitor services remotely.
Stork does not use an explicit configuration file. Instead, its behavior can be controlled with command-line switches and/or variables. The Stork agent takes the following command-line switches. Equivalent environment variables are listed in square brackets, where applicable.
stork-agentto listen for commands from the Stork server, but not for Prometheus requests.
stork-agentto listen for Prometheus requests, but not for commands from the Stork server.
Returns the software version.
Stork server flags:
Specifies the IP address or hostname to listen on for incoming Stork server connections.
Specifies the TCP port to listen on for incoming Stork server connections. The default is 8080.
Indicates that TLS certificate verification should be skipped when the Stork agent connects to Kea over TLS and Kea uses self-signed certificates. The default is
Prometheus Kea Exporter flags:
Specifies the IP address or hostname on which the agent exports Kea statistics to Prometheus. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Specifies the port on which the agent exports Kea statistics to Prometheus. The default is 9547.
Specifies how often the agent collects statistics from Kea, in seconds. The default is 10.
enable or disable collecting per subnet stats from Kea; (default: true) [$STORK_AGENT_PROMETHEUS_KEA_EXPORTER_PER_SUBNET_STATS]
Prometheus BIND 9 Exporter flags:
Specifies the IP address or hostname on which the agent exports BIND 9 statistics to Prometheus. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Specifies the port on which the agent exports BIND 9 statistics to Prometheus. The default is 9119.
Specifies how often the agent collects statistics from BIND 9, in seconds. The default is 10.
Returns the list of available parameters.
To control the logging colorization, Stork supports the
CLICOLOR_FORCE standard UNIX environment variables. Use
enforce enabling or disabling the ANSI colors usage. Set
false to disable colorization even if the TTY is attached.
Mailing Lists and Support
There are public mailing lists available for the Stork project. stork-users (stork-users at lists.isc.org) is intended for Stork users. stork-dev (stork-dev at lists.isc.org) is intended for Stork developers, prospective contributors, and other advanced users. The lists are available at https://www.isc.org/mailinglists. The community provides best-effort support on both of those lists.
stork-agent was first coded in November 2019 by Michal Nowikowski.