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Joe Williams

Groovy Script and Instancing

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I am writing a Groovy DataSource for covering some items that aren't there by default for Nimble.

I am having issues getting the data to appear properly under the instances I would think it should.

Active Discovery is this and it works as expected.

import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.expect.Expect;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.snmp.Snmp;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.http.*;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.jmx.*;
import org.xbill.DNS.*;

hostname = hostProps.get("system.hostname");
nimuser=hostProps.get("nim.user");
nimpass=hostProps.get("nim.pass");


cli = Expect.open(hostname, nimuser,nimpass)

cli.send("ctrlr --list  \n\r")
cli.expect(/-----/)
cli.expect("Nimble OS")
commandOutput=cli.before()   //We only want the output from after the first header row to end of the command (when the prompt is back)

commandOutput.eachLine {
    if (!(it =~ /-----/) && !(it =~ /Name\s*State\s*Hostname /)) { //ignore table header 
        if (it.startsWith("A") || it.startsWith("B")) {
            tokens = it.split();
            //println it
            //print tokens[0];
            //println "\r\n"
            controller = tokens[0]
            controllername = tokens[2]
            println controller+"##"+controllername
        }
    }
}

cli.send("exit \n\r")
cli.expectClose()

 

I then have the below for the main part of the script. It is currently just a POC. I am not grabbing everything I want yet. When I test the script I get back what I want, but no matter what, the instances for the fans do not show up under the Controllers.

import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.expect.Expect;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.snmp.Snmp;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.http.*;
import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.jmx.*;
import org.xbill.DNS.*;

hostname = hostProps.get("system.hostname");
nimuser=hostProps.get("nim.user");
nimpass=hostProps.get("nim.pass");

arraydesc = "##WILDALIAS##";

cli = Expect.open(hostname, nimuser,nimpass)

cli.send("ctrlr --info ##WILDVALUE##  \n\r")
cli.expect("Name: ")
cli.expect("Nimble OS")
commandOutput=cli.before()

commandOutput.eachLine
// { instance_index, it ->
{
    // println it;
    if (it.startsWith("\tpower-supply")) {
        nametokens = it.split(" at ");
        psname = nametokens[0];
        psname = psname.trim();
        psname = psname.replace("\t", "");

        psdescr = nametokens[1];
        psdescr = psdescr.split(":");
        psdescr = psdescr[0];
        
        tokens = it.split(": ");
        psstate = tokens[1];
        psstate = psstate.trim();
        psstate = psstate.replace("\t", "");
        if (psstate == "ok") {
            psstate = "0";
        } else {
            psstate = "1";
        }

        // println psname+" - "+psdescr+" - "+psstate;
    }
    if (it.startsWith("\tfan")) {
        fannamestoken = it.split(" at ");
        fanname = fannamestoken[0];
        fanname = fanname.trim();
        fanname = fanname.replace("\t", "");

        fandescr = fannamestoken[1];
        fandescr = fandescr.split(" of");
        fandescr = fandescr[0];
        fandescr = fandescr.trim();
        fandescr = fandescr.replace("\t","");

        fanstate = it.split(",");
        fanstate = fanstate[0];
        fanstate = fanstate.split(": ");
        fanstate = fanstate[1];
        fanstate = fanstate.trim();
        fanstate = fanstate.replace("\t", "");
        if (fanstate == "ok") {
            fanstate = "0";
        } else {
            fanstate = "1";
        }

        fanspeed = it.split("speed: ");
        fanspeed = fanspeed[1];
        fanspeed = fanspeed.trim();
        fanspeed = fanspeed.replace("\t", "");
        fanspeed = fanspeed.replace("rpm", "")

        //println fanname+" - "+fandescr+" - "+fanstate+" - "+fanspeed;
        println "${arraydesc}##${fanname}######"
        println "auto.nimble_array_fan_description=${fandescr}"
        println "auto.nimble_array_grouptype=fan"
        
        println "${arraydesc}##${fanname}######.Status=${fanstate}";
    }
}

cli.send("exit \n\r")
cli.expectClose()

When I test the script and choose say the A controller I get this as the output.

LabNimble02-A##fan1######
auto.nimble_array_fan_description=front
auto.nimble_array_grouptype=fan
LabNimble02-A##fan1######.Status=0
LabNimble02-A##fan2######
auto.nimble_array_fan_description=front
auto.nimble_array_grouptype=fan
LabNimble02-A##fan2######.Status=0
LabNimble02-A##fan3######
auto.nimble_array_fan_description=rear
auto.nimble_array_grouptype=fan
LabNimble02-A##fan3######.Status=0
LabNimble02-A##fan4######
auto.nimble_array_fan_description=rear
auto.nimble_array_grouptype=fan
LabNimble02-A##fan4######.Status=0 

 

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