Script to make sure CSC looks operational

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Matthew McPherrin 11 years ago
commit b8301408c9
  1. 7
      README
  2. 9
      run
  3. 28
      tests.d/10_sockets.py
  4. 7
      tests.d/30_ssl.sh
  5. 21
      tests.d/50_website.py

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CSC-Status
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A simple set of shell scripts to make sure CSC stuff is up.
./run calls all the shell scripts in tests.d and prints stuff when a failure is
encountered. Best run as a cron job.

9
run

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#!/bin/bash
fail=0
for i in "`dirname $0`"/tests.d/*; do
$i || fail=1
done
[[ $fail -eq 0 ]] || (echo "Failures encountered"; exit 1)

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#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys, socket
services = [
('caffeine.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22, 25, 80, 110, 143, 143, 443, 465, 587, 993, 995]),
('artificial-flavours.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22, 389, 636]),
('taurine.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22]),
('natural-flavours.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22]),
('mirror.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [21, 22, 80, 873]),
('denardo.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22]),
('corn-syrup.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22]),
('ascorbic-acid.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [21, 22, 53, 80, 81, 443, 8000, 8080]), #all ssh
('ginseng.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22, 111, 389, 464, 636, 749, 888, 2049]),
('webauth.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [22, 443]),
('wiki.csclub.uwaterloo.ca', [80, 443]),
]
for S in services:
try:
host = socket.gethostbyname(S[0])
for port in S[1]:
s = socket.socket()
s.connect( (host , port) )
s.close()
except socket.error, e:
print "FAIL socket connect to ", S, e
sys.exit(1)

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#!/bin/sh
curl -s "https://csclub.uwaterloo.ca" > /dev/null || (echo "FAIL on csc" && exit 2)
curl -s "https://webauth.csclub.uwaterloo.ca" > /dev/null || (echo "FAIL on webauth" && exit 3)
curl -s "https://mail.csclub.uwaterloo.ca" > /dev/null || (echo "FAIL on mail" && exit 4)
exit 0

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#!/usr/bin/env python
import urllib2, sys
pages=["https://csclub.uwaterloo.ca", "http://mirror.csclub.uwaterloo.ca"]
for page in pages:
try:
r = urllib2.urlopen(page, timeout=3)
page = r.read()
if not len(page) > 1000:
print "FAIL, didn't have enough data"
sys.exit(2)
if not"Computer Science Club" in page:
print "FAIL, homepage doesn't mention Computer Science Club"
sys.exit(3)
# So read() didn't throw an exception, nor did opening,
# and we have enough data, so likely good.
sys.exit(0)
except urllib2.URLError as e:
print "FAIL, exception ", e
sys.exit(1)
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