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This check monitors Systemd
and the units it manages through the Datadog Agent.
Track the state and health of your Systemd
Monitor the units, services, sockets managed by Systemd
The Systemd check is included in the Datadog Agent
package. No additional installation is needed on your server.
To configure this check for an Agent running on a host:
Edit the systemd.d/conf.yaml file, in the conf.d/ folder at the root of your
Agent’s configuration directory to start collecting your systemd performance data.
See the sample systemd.d/conf.yaml
for all available configuration options.
systemd.can_connect Returns OK if Systemd is reachable, CRITICAL otherwise. Statuses: ok, critical
systemd.system.state Returns OK if Systemd’s system state is running. Returns CRITICAL if the state is degraded, maintenance, or stopping. Returns UNKNOWN if the state is initializing, starting, or other. Statuses: ok, critical, unknown
systemd.unit.state Returns OK if the unit active state is active. Returns CRITICAL if the state is inactive, deactivating, or failed. Returns UNKNOWN if the state is activating or other. Statuses: ok, critical, unknown
systemd.unit.substate Returns OKCRITICAL or UNKNOWN based on the substate of the unit and the user-provided mapping in systemd.d/conf.yaml. Statuses: ok, critical, unknown