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PROGRAM:

NAME


icli - Icinga Command Line Interface

SYNOPSIS


icli [-v|-vv|-vvv] [-z filter] [-h hosts] [-g hostgroups] [-s services] [-c config] [-C]
[-f status-file] [-F rw-file] [-lh|-ls|-lq|-ld] [-a action[:args]] [host/service ...]

VERSION


version 0.48

DESCRIPTION


icli is a command line interface to Icinga. By default it lists all services and their
states.

Note that when supplying custom config and status file paths, icli also works with Nagios.
100% compatibility is not guaranteed, however.

icli only works when executed on the host running the Icinga daemon. To use it on another
host, shell aliases (like "alias icli='ssh $icingahost icli'") or similar are recommended.

You can narrow down the list of services you want displayed either using filters (like
"icli -z!o"), the -h/-s arguments ("icli -h aneurysm -s Libraries,Websites") or
commandline args ("icli aneurysm/{Libraries,Websites}" with shell expansion).

OPTIONS


-a|--action action[:args]
Run action on all matching hosts or services. args is a comma-separated list of action
arguments and depends on the action in question. action may also be a one or two
letter shortcut.

The following actions are supported:

a|acknowledge comment
Acknowledge service problems with string comment. This creates a sticky
acknwoledgment with notification and no expire time. The comment will not be
persistent.

Note: Acknowledgement of host problems is not yet supported.

d|downtime start,stop,duration,comment[,opts]
Schedule a non-triggered host or service (depending on the filter arguments)
downtime. start and stop are timestamps and must be formatted as
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS, where the "T" is literal. The timestamp is assumed to be in
the same time zone as the system running icli.

If duration is 0 (zero), a fixed downtime between start and stop is scheduled.
Otherwise, a flexible downtime which will start between start and stop and last
duration is scheduled. In this case, duration must be a real number appended with
an optional unit (s for seconds, m for minutes, h for hours, d for days, w for
weeks). If no unit is specified, seconds are used.

If a host is selected and opts contains "children", a downtime for all of its
children will be scheduled with the same parameters as the host's. Likewise, if
opts contains "trigger_children", a triggered downtime for all of the host's
children will be scheduled.

comment refers to the downtime's comment field and must not contain the ","
(comma) character.

r|recheck
Schedule an immediate recheck

R|force_recheck
Schedule a forced, immediate recheck

-c|--config config
Read config from file

-C|--no-colours
Disable colours in output

-f|--status-file file
Read the status from file

-F|--rw-file file
Use file as external commands file.

-g|--hostgroup hostgroup
Limit selection to hosts in hostgroup (comma separated list)

-h|--host hosts
Limit selection to hosts (comma separated list)

-l|--list downtimes|hosts|services|queue
List either services (the default) or hosts. Note that only the first character of
the argument is checked, so "icli -lh", "icli -ls" etc. are also fine.

-m|--match regex
Limit selection to hosts/services whose plugin output matches regex (perl regular
expression, case insensitive. see perlre).

-o|--overview
Display "tactical overview"-style overview. By default (or when used with "-ls") the
number of all hosts and services (both total and divided by their state) is shown.

When used with "-lh", lists all hosts with the number of ok / warning / ... checks on
each host.

-U|--as-contact name
Only operate on service visible to name. Doesn't work for -lh yet, most useful for
-ls.

NOTE: This is meant to help find out which services a user has access to. It is NOT
intended as a way to restrict access and should never be used that way.

-s|--service services
Limit selection to services (comma separated lists). Can be combined with -h/-g to
further narrow down the selection, but may also be used stand-alone.

-v|--verbose
Increase output verbosity. Can be combined up to -vvv

-V|--version
Show version information

-x|--cut-mode mode
What to do with lines which are too long for the terminal: nothing, cut off, line
break (with proper indentation). The default is line breaks

-z|--filter expression
Limit selection to hosts/services passing the filter. expression is a comma separated
list of filters, only hosts/services to which all filters apply are selected. See
also "FILTER EXPRESSIONS"

OUTPUT


SERVICE LISTING
This is the standard output method. It contains the following:

· Service description

· -v: Service Flags (Acknowledged, Flapping, Passive, !no checks)

· Service state (ok / warning / critical / unknown)

· -v: Current attempt / Max attempts

· Plugin output

HOST LISTING
Enabled with -ld

· Host name

· Host state (ok / down / unreachable)

· -v: Current attempt / Max attempts

· Plugin output

QUEUE LISTING
Enabled with -lq

· Host name

· Service name

· Last check

· Next check

FILTER EXPRESSIONS


Each expression can be negated with an exclamation mark, e.g. "!A" for all non-
acknowledged services.

A Check state has been acknowledged

D The host this service belongs to is Down or Unreachable

F Service is flapping between states

N Notifications for this service are disabled

P Only passive checks are enabled. Note that !P simply means that active checks are
enabled, no matter the status of passive checks

S Check state is soft. For instance, it used to be OK and is now critical, but has not
reached its maximum number and caused a notification yet. Good to find (or ignore)
service problems which might just be temporary, non-critical glitches.

o Host/Service state is OK

w Service state is Warning

c Service state is Critical

u Service state is Unknown

p Host or service state is Pending

d Host state is Down

x Host state is Unreachable

EXIT STATUS


Zero, unless errors occured.

CONFIGURATION


None.

DEPENDENCIES


· autodie (included with perl >= 5.10.1)

· DateTime

· DateTime::Format::Strptime

· DateTime::TimeZone

· Term::Size

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