Centreon and Nagios backup

Centreon and Nagios backup

Centreon and Nagios backup 150 150 Roderick Derks

These are two scripts I’ve been using for years now to succefully backup Nagios and Centreon. Feel free to use them.

 

Nagios

#!/bin/bash
#
# backup the nagios configuration files and plugins
# roderick at roderick-ict.nl
# www.roderick-ict.nl
#
# v 20070313.2
#
# option = full (backup_nagios_config.sh full)
#
####################################################
if [ “$1” = “help” ]; then
   echo “options: none for just the config, <full> for full backup”
   echo
   exit
fi

### set variables, used for when you have more sites where nagios is running
    if [ “$HOSTNAME” = “centreon.r71.nl” ]; then
       SITE=”r71″
       EMAILADDRESS=”youremailaddress@domain.nl”
    else
       SITE=”ezh”
       EMAILADDRESS=”othersitesemailaddress@domain2.nl”
    fi

    DATE=$(date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S)
    BACKUP_DIR=”/root/nagios/backup”
    BACKUP_CONFIGFILE=”${DATE}_backup_nagios_config_${SITE}_site.tar.gz”
    BACKUP_FULLFILE=”${DATE}_fullbackup_nagios_${SITE}_site.tar.gz”
    TEMPFILE=”/tmp/nagios.tmp”
    BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE=”${BACKUP_DIR}/${BACKUP_CONFIGFILE}”
    BACKUPDIR_FULLFILE=”${BACKUP_DIR}/${BACKUP_FULLFILE}”

    if [ ! -e  $BACKUP_DIR ]; then
       mkdir $BACKUP_DIR
    fi

#cd $BACKUPDIR

## Remove Old Backupfiles
find $BACKUPDIR/*tar.gz -mtime +1 -type f -exec rm {} \;

## backup command
echo Backing up the Nagios configuration files and plugins

if [ “$1” = “full” ]; then
       tar czf $BACKUPDIR_FULLFILE /usr/local/nagios/ /etc/init.d/nagios /root/nagios/backup_nagios_config.sh /usr/share/snmp/mibs
else
       tar czf $BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE /usr/local/nagios/ /etc/init.d/nagios /root/nagios/backup_nagios_config.sh /usr/share/snmp/mibs –exclude /usr/local/nagios/nagiosgraph –exclude /usr/local/nagios/var
fi

if [ “$1” != full ]; then

  if [ “$?” -ne “0” ]; then
     echo problem detected creating the tar file $BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE
  fi

  if [ -e $BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE ]; then
     echo
     echo Hurray, we created a perfect backup!
     echo File:
     ls -al $BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE
     echo
  fi
else
  if [ “$?” -ne “0” ]; then
     echo problem detected creating the tar file $BACKUPDIR_FULLFILE
  fi

  if [ -e $BACKUPDIR_FULLFILE ]; then
     echo
     echo Hurray, we created a perfect fullbackup!
     echo File:
     ls -al $BACKUPDIR_FULLFILE
     echo
  fi

fi

#if [ “$1” != full ]; then
#
#  echo Hurray, another backup of the Nagios Config files and plugins. See the attachement. > $TEMPFILE
#  echo Sending the files to $EMAILADDRESS
#  echo

#  ## mail the stuff
#  mutt -s “Another lovely Nagios backup from the ${SITE} site” -a $BACKUPDIR_CONFIGFILE $EMAILADDRESS < $TEMPFILE
#
#
#  if [ “$?” -ne “0” ]; then
#     echo problem detected creating when trying to send an email to $EMAILADDRESS
#  fi
#
#  rm -f $TEMPFILE
#fi

exit 0

Centreon

#!/bin/bash
#
# backup the centreon databases and files
# roderick at roderick-ict.nl
# www.roderick-ict.nl
#
# v 20070313.2
#
#
####################################################
if [ “$1” = “help” ]; then
   echo “options: none, this script makes a full backup of the centreon databases”
   echo
   exit
fi

    DATE=$(date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S)
    BACKUP_DIR=”/root/centreon/backup”

echo BACKUP_DIR $BACKUP_DIR

    if [ ! -e  $BACKUP_DIR ]; then
       mkdir $BACKUP_DIR
    fi

#cd $BACKUPDIR

## Remove Old Backupfiles
find $BACKUPDIR/*tar.gz -mtime +1 -type f -exec rm {} \;

## backup command

     echo Backing up the ndo database..
     mysqldump –opt -hlocalhost -uroot -proot ndo |gzip > ${BACKUP_DIR}/${DATE}.ndo.sql.gz
     echo Backing up the centreon database..
     mysqldump –opt -hlocalhost -uroot -proot centreon |gzip > ${BACKUP_DIR}/${DATE}.centreon.sql.gz
     echo Backing up the centstorage database..
     mysqldump –opt -hlocalhost -uroot -proot centstorage |gzip > ${BACKUP_DIR}/${DATE}.centstorage.sql.gz

     echo Backing up the Centreon files
     tar czf ${BACKUP_DIR}/${DATE}.centreon.files.tar.gz /usr/local/centreon/ /etc/centreon /var/lib/centreon /etc/httpd/conf.d/centreon.conf

exit 0

Roderick Derks

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