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Active Directory

Agent Check Check de l'Agent

Supported OS: Windows

Présentation

Recueillez des métriques et des logs à partir de Microsoft Active Directory pour visualiser et surveiller ses performances.

Configuration

Installation

Le check Active Directory de l’Agent est inclus avec le paquet de l’Agent Datadog : vous n’avez donc rien d’autre à installer sur votre serveur.

Si vous installez l’Agent Datadog dans un environnement de domaine, consultez les exigences d’installation de l’Agent

Configuration

Collecte de métriques

  1. Modifiez le fichier active_directory.d/conf.yaml dans le dossier conf.d/ à la racine du répertoire de configuration de votre Agent pour commencer à recueillir vos données de performance Active Directory. La configuration par défaut devrait déjà recueillir des métriques pour le localhost. Consultez le fichier d’exemple active_directory.d/conf.yaml pour découvrir toutes les options de configuration disponibles.

  2. Redémarrez l’Agent.

Collecte de logs

Disponible à partir des versions > 6.0 de l’Agent

  1. La collecte de logs est désactivée par défaut dans l’Agent Datadog. Vous devez l’activer dans datadog.yaml :

    logs_enabled: true
  2. Ajoutez ce bloc de configuration à votre fichier active_directory.d/conf.yaml pour commencer à recueillir vos logs Active Directory :

    logs:
     - type: file
       path: /path/to/my/directory/file.log
       source: ruby
       service: "<MY_SERVICE>"

Modifiez les valeurs des paramètres path et service et configurez-les pour votre environnement. Consultez le fichier d’exemple active_directory.d/conf.yaml pour découvrir toutes les options de configuration disponibles.

  1. Cette intégration doit être utilisée avec le module Active Directory pour Ruby. Si vous n’utilisez pas le module Ruby, remplacez la valeur de la source ci-dessus par active_directory et configurez le path de votre environnement.

  2. Redémarrez l’Agent.

Validation

Lancez la sous-commande status de l’Agent et cherchez active_directory dans la section Checks.

Données collectées

Métriques

active_directory.dra.inbound.bytes.after_compression
(gauge)
The compressed size (in bytes) of compressed replication data inbound from directory system agents (DSAs) in other sites (per second).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.inbound.bytes.before_compression
(gauge)
The uncompressed size (in bytes) of compressed replication data inbound from DSAs in other sites (per second).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.inbound.bytes.not_compressed
(gauge)
The uncompressed size (in bytes) of replication data that was not compressed at the source - that is, inbound from other DSAs in the same site (per second).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.inbound.bytes.total
(gauge)
The total number of bytes (per second) received through replication. It is the sum of the number of bytes of uncompressed data (never compressed) and compressed data (after compression).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.inbound.objects.remaining
(gauge)
The number of objects remaining until the full synchronization process is completed.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.inbound.objects.persec
(gauge)
The number of objects received (per second) through inbound replication from replication partners.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.inbound.objects.applied_persec
(gauge)
The number of objects received (per second) from replication partners and applied by the local directory service. This counter excludes changes that are received but not applied (for example, when the update is already made). This counter indicates how many replication updates are occurring on the server as a result of changes generated on other servers.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.inbound.objects.filtered_persec
(gauge)
The number of objects received (per second) from replication partners that contained no updates that needed to be applied.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.inbound.objects.remaining_in_packet
(gauge)
The number of object updates received in the current directory replication update packet that have not yet been applied to the local server. This counter tells you whether the monitored server is receiving changes, but is taking a long time applying them to the database.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.inbound.properties.applied_persec
(gauge)
The number of changes (per second) to object properties that are applied through inbound replication as a result of reconciliation logic.
active_directory.dra.inbound.properties.filtered_persec
(gauge)
The number of changes (per second) to object properties received during the replication that are already made.
active_directory.dra.inbound.properties.total_persec
(gauge)
The total number of changes (per second) to object properties received from replication partners.
active_directory.dra.inbound.values.dns_persec
(gauge)
The number of values of object properties received (per second) from replication partners in which the values are for object properties that belong to distinguished names. This number includes objects that reference other objects. A high number from this counter might explain why inbound changes are slow to be applied to the database.
active_directory.dra.inbound.values.total_persec
(gauge)
The total number of values of object properties received (per second) from replication partners. Each inbound object has one or more properties, and each property has zero or more values. A value of zero indicates that the property is to be removed.
active_directory.dra.outbound.bytes.after_compression
(gauge)
The compressed size (in bytes) of compressed replication data that is outbound to DSAs in other sites (per second).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.outbound.bytes.before_compression
(gauge)
The uncompressed size (in bytes) of compressed replication data outbound to DSAs in other sites (per second).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.outbound.bytes.not_compressed
(gauge)
The uncompressed size (in bytes) of outbound replication data that was not compressed - that is, outbound to DSAs in the same site - per second.
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.outbound.bytes.total
(gauge)
The total number of bytes sent per second. It is the sum of the number of bytes of uncompressed data (never compressed) and compressed data (after compression).
Shown as byte
active_directory.dra.outbound.objects.filtered_persec
(gauge)
The number of objects (per second) acknowledged by outbound replication partners that required no updates. This counter includes objects that the outbound partner did not already have.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.outbound.objects.persec
(gauge)
The number of objects sent (per second) though outbound replication to replication partners.
Shown as object
active_directory.dra.outbound.properties.persec
(gauge)
The number of properties sent per second. This counter tells you whether a source server is returning objects or not. Sometimes, the server might stop working correctly and not return objects quickly or at all.
active_directory.dra.outbound.values.dns_persec
(gauge)
The number values of object properties sent (per second), to replication partners in which the values are for object properties that belong to distinguished names.
active_directory.dra.outbound.values.total_persec
(gauge)
The total number of values of object properties sent (per second), to replication partners.
active_directory.dra.replication.pending_synchronizations
(gauge)
The number of directory synchronizations that are queued for this server that are not yet processed. This counter helps in determining replication backlog - the larger the number, the larger the backlog.
active_directory.dra.sync_requests_made
(gauge)
The number of synchronization requests made to replication partners since computer was last restarted.
Shown as request
active_directory.ds.threads_in_use
(gauge)
The current number of threads in use by the directory service (different from the number of threads in the directory service process). This counter represents the number of threads currently servicing API calls by clients, and you can use it to determine whether additional CPUs would be beneficial.
Shown as thread
active_directory.ldap.client_sessions
(gauge)
The number of sessions of connected LDAP clients.
Shown as session
active_directory.ldap.bind_time
(gauge)
The time (in milliseconds) required for the completion of the last successful LDAP binding.
Shown as millisecond
active_directory.ldap.successful_binds_persec
(gauge)
The number LDAP bindings (per second) that occurred successfully.
active_directory.ldap.searches_persec
(gauge)
The number of search operations per second performed by LDAP clients.

Événements

Le check Active Directory n’inclut aucun événement.

Checks de service

Le check Active Directory n’inclut aucun check de service.

Dépannage

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