Friday, May 06, 2011

Shell Script To Monitor Services Such As Web / Http, Ssh, Mail Server

#!/bin/bash
# Shell script to monitor running services such as web/http, ssh, mail etc.
# If service fails it will send an Email to ADMIN user
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Copyright (c) 2006 nixCraft project <http://www.cyberciti.biz/fb/>
# This script is licensed under GNU GPL version 2.0 or above
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This script is part of nixCraft shell script collection (NSSC)
# Visit http://bash.cyberciti.biz/ for more information.
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# See URL for more info
# http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/processing-the-delimited-files-using-cut-and-awk.html
# ---------------------------------------------------
# Last updated: Jun - 15 - 2009.
ports="22 53 80 25"
 
# service names as per above ports
service="SSH DNS WEB MAIL"
 
#Email id to send alert
ADMINEMAIL="admin@myispname.com"
 
#Bin paths, set them according to your Linux distro
NETSTAT=/bin/netstat
MAIL=/usr/bin/mail
LOGGER=/usr/bin/logger
ID=/usr/bin/id
 
# Red hat usr uncomment
MAIL=/bin/mail
LOGGER=/bin/logger
 
#Counters, set defaults
c=1
status=""
sendmail=0
 
# set the following to 1, if you want message in /var/log/messages via a SYSLOG
logtosyslog=0
 
# Log file used to send an email
LOG="/tmp/services.log.$$"
 
# log message to screen and a log file
log(){
echo "$@"
echo "$@" >> $LOG
}
 
# log message and stop script
die(){
echo "$@"
exit 999
}
 
# Make sure only root can run it
is_root(){
local id=$($ID -u)
[ $id -ne 0 ] && die "You must be root to run $0."
}
# Look out for all bins and create a log file
init_script(){
[ ! -x $MAIL ] && die "$MAIL command not found."
[ ! -x $NETSTAT ] && die "$NETSTAT command not found."
[ ! -x $LOGGER ] && die "$LOGGER command not found."
[ ! -x $ID ] && die "$ID command not found."
is_root
>$LOG
}
 
# check for all running services and shoot an email if service is not running
chk_services(){
log "-------------------------------------------------------------"
log "Running services status @ $(hostname) [ $(date) ]"
log "-------------------------------------------------------------"
 
# get open ports
RPORTS=$($NETSTAT -tulpn -A inet | grep -vE '^Active|Proto' | grep 'LISTEN' | awk '{ print $4}' | cut -d: -f2 | sed '/^$/d' | sort -u)
 
# okay let us compare them
for t in $ports
do
sname=$(echo $service | cut -d' ' -f$c)
echo -en " $sname\t\t\t : "
echo -en " $sname\t\t\t : " >> $LOG
for r in $RPORTS
do
if [ "$r" == "$t" ]
then
status="YES"
sendmail=1
break
fi
done
echo -n "$status"
echo ""
echo -n "$status" >>$LOG
echo "" >>$LOG
# Log to a syslog /var/log/messages?
# This is useful if you have a dedicated syslog server
[ $logtosyslog -eq 1 ] && $LOGGER "$sname service running : $status"
 
# Update counters for next round
c=$( expr $c + 1 )
status="NO"
done
log "-------------------------------------------------------------"
log "This is an automatically generated $(uname) service status notification by $0 script."
 
if [ $sendmail -eq 1 ];
then
$MAIL -s "Service Down @ $(hostname)" $ADMINEMAIL < $LOG
fi
}
 
### main ###
init_script
chk_services
 
### remove a log file ###
[ -f $LOG ] && /bin/rm -f $LOG
 
 
 
Regards,
Sukhwinder Singh 

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