The LMA Infrastructure Alerting plugin installs necessary tools to provide the alerting functionality of the LMA toolchain

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The StackLight Infrastructure Alerting Plugin for Fuel

Overview

The StackLight Infrastructure Alerting Plugin for Fuel is used to install and configure Nagios, which provide the alerting and escalation capability of the Logging, Monitoring and Alerting (LMA) toolchain of Mirantis OpenStack.

Please start with the StackLight Infrastructure Alerting Plugin Overview to getting started.

Release Notes

A summary description of the new features are provided in the Release Notes section of the plugin's documentation.

Requirements

The requirements are provided in the Requirements section of the plugin's documentation.

Known issues

All known issues are listed on Launchpad.

Limitations

All known limitations are described in the Limitations section of the plugin's documentation.

Installation

The installation instructions are provided in the Installation section of the plugin's documentation.

User Guide

Instructions for how to configure and use the plugin are provided in the User Guide section of the plugin's documentation.

Communication

The OpenStack Development Mailing List is the preferred way to communicate with the members of the project. Emails should be sent to openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org with the subject prefixed by [fuel][plugins][lma].

Reporting Bugs

Bugs should be filed against the LMA Toolchain project on Launchpad (not Github!).

Contributing

If you would like to contribute to the development of this plugin, you must follow the OpenStack development workflow instructions.

Patch reviews take place on the OpenStack Gerrit system.

Contributors