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Convert Nagios .cfg files to CSV

Convert Nagios .cfg files to CSV

(OP)
I think this is another array exercise sad

Here is an example of a Nagios .cfg file.

CODE -->

define host{
        use                     host-liberate
        check_command           check-host-alive
        max_check_attempts      3
        host_name               squid01.lang.dtv
        alias                   squid01
        address                 10.185.32.78
}

define host{
        use                     host-liberate
        check_command           check-host-alive
        max_check_attempts      3
        host_name               squid02.lang.dtv
        alias                   squid02
        address                 10.185.32.79
}


etc...

define hostgroup{
        hostgroup_name   Langley Liberate Servers
        alias            Langley Primary Site
        members          squid01.lang.dtv, squid02.lang.dtv, libmgt01.lang.dtv, libmgt02.lang.dtv
}

define hostgroup{
        hostgroup_name   Langley Content Servers
        alias            Langley Primary Site
        members          content01.lang.dtv, content02.lang.dtv
}

define hostgroup{
        hostgroup_name   Langley Database Servers
        alias            Langley Primary Site
        members          libdb01.lang.dtv, libdb02.lang.dtv
}

etc...


define service{
        use    liberate-defaults
        hostgroup_name   Langley Database Servers, Langley Liberate Servers, Langley Content Servers
        service_description  PING
        check_command   check_ping!100.0,20%!500.0,60%
}

define service{
        use     liberate-defaults
        hostgroup_name  Langley Database Servers
        service_description     LISTENER
        check_command   check_tcp!1521
}

define service{
        use     liberate-defaults
        hostgroup_name   Langley Database Servers, Langley Liberate Servers, Langley Content Servers
        service_description     CPU
        check_command   check_nrpe!check_procs
}

etc... 

and what I want to output is.....

CODE -->

PING,libdb01.lang.dtv,libdb02.lang.dtv,squid01.lang.dtv,squid02.lang.dtv,libmgt01.lang.dtv,libmgt02.lang.dtv,content01.lang.dtv,content02.lang.dtv
LISTENER,libdb01.lang.dtv,libdb02.lang.dtv
CPU,libdb01.lang.dtv,libdb02.lang.dtv,squid01.lang.dtv,squid02.lang.dtv,libmgt01.lang.dtv,libmgt02.lang.dtv,content01.lang.dtv,content02.lang.dtv
etc... 

I am using gawk version 4.0.1

As always, thanks in advance.

Madasafish

gawk version 4.0.1

RE: Convert Nagios .cfg files to CSV

(OP)
This is the approach so far....I know it's not right

CODE -->

for INFILE in lang_liberate.cfg

do

        gawk  'BEGIN{RS=""}
                if ($0 ~ "define hostgroup{") {
                        if ($1 ~ /hostgroup_name/ { hgn=$2 }
                        if ($1 ~ /members/ { mem=$2 }
                        }
                if ($0 ~ "define service{" {
                        if (tektips around....call them!)




done
exit 0

        gawk -v file=$INFILE 'BEGIN{RS="{|}"}
                $0 !~ /host_name/ {next}
                $0 !~ /check_command/ {next}
                #$0 ~ /^#|^$/ {next}
                {
                for (i=1;i<=NF;i++) {
                        x=0
                        y=0
                        if ($i ~ /host_name/) {a=$(i+1)}
                        if ($i ~ /check_command/) {b=$(i+1)}
                        if ($1 ~ /hostgroup_name/) {c=$(i+1)}
                        }

                print a","b","c

        }' $INFILE
done 

gawk version 4.0.1

RE: Convert Nagios .cfg files to CSV

What about this ?

CODE

gawk '
/^define hostgroup/{f=1}
f==1&&$1=="hostgroup_name"{sub("[ \t]*"$1"[ \t]*","");hgn=$0}
f==1&&$1=="members"{sub("[ \t]*"$1"[ \t]*","");gsub(/, /,",");thn[hgn]=$0}
/^define service/{f=2}
f==2&&$1=="hostgroup_name"{sub("[ \t]*"$1"[ \t]*","");gsub(/, /,",");for(i in thn)sub(i,thn[i]);lhn=$0}
f==2&&$1=="service_description"{print $2","lhn}
' lang_liberate.cfg 

Hope This Helps, PH.
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RE: Convert Nagios .cfg files to CSV

(OP)
Thanks PHV...of course it works!

Wish I could understand it...
Looks like the for loop on an array is substituting the match on another array "for(i in thn)sub(i,thn[i])"

Madasafish

gawk version 4.0.1

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