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The Sensu assets packaged from this repository are built against the Sensu ruby runtime environment. When using these assets as part of a Sensu Go resource (check, mutator or handler), make sure you include the corresponding Sensu ruby runtime asset in the list of assets needed by the resource. The current ruby-runtime assets can be found here in the Bonsai Asset Index.



  • /bin/check-es-circuit-breakers.rb
  • /bin/check-es-cluster-health.rb
  • /bin/check-es-cluster-status.rb
  • /bin/check-es-file-descriptors.rb
  • /bin/check-es-heap.rb
  • /bin/check-es-indices-field-count.rb
  • /bin/check-es-indexes.rb
  • /bin/check-es-indicies-sizes.rb
  • /bin/check-es-node-status.rb
  • /bin/check-es-query-count.rb
  • /bin/check-es-query-exists.rb
  • /bin/check-es-query-ratio.rb
  • /bin/check-es-shard-allocation-status.rb
  • /bin/handler-es-delete-indices.rb
  • /bin/metrics-es-cluster.rb
  • /bin/metrics-es-node.rb
  • /bin/metrics-es-node-graphite.rb



Installation and Setup


When using handler-es-delete-indices.rb with Sensu Go, you will need to use the event mapping commandline option, see handler-es-delete-indices.rb --help for details. And please read the sensu-plugin README for more information on the event mapping functionality.


This repository uses the Kitchen suite for it's tests.

Note: The test suite uses an elasticsearch instance in order to have passing tests. Execute the following command to create a mock elasticsearch 6 instance:

docker run -d --name sensu-elasticsearch-6

Running the tests:

bundle install --path vendor/bundle
bundle exec kitchen test

You can find sample output for all tests running successfully in this gist.