Migration Guide to Go Based Lamp
Opsgenie Lamp command line utility first implemented with Java and now it's migrating to Golang. Some modifications will be required to make sure your lamp commands are working.
Also some new features added to brand new Go based Lamp.
You can find more information about new Go Based Lamp from here.
*You can also find deprecated Java Based Lamp document from here
What's new in Go Based Lamp?
- You can execute commands in verbose mode to get detailed information about the execution. All you should do to add a '-v' parameter to your commands.
lamp createAlert --message "appserver1 down" -v
- New Lamp let's you use a config file located in a custom location, with --config file parameter.
lamp createAlert --message "host down" --config "/opt/conf/myConfigurationFile.conf"
- Stand-alone Lamp package contains a config file in <LAMP_HOME>/conf/lamp.conf.
- Java based Lamp used to handle log configuration in a separate file in log.properties file. Now this configuration file is removed and log configurations moved to <LAMP_HOME>/conf/lamp.conf and changed like the following properties:
If you do not make log configurations, it will write logs to <LAMP_HOME>/logs/lamp.log
What should Java Based Lamp users do to keep their lamp commands working?
- Parameter values with spaces were allowed by Java based lamp. In Go based lamp, you should use quotation marks(") to give spaced values to your parameters. Comma separated list parameters should also be wrapped with quotation marks. Check out the example below:
Java based Lamp command
lamp createAlert --message appserver1 down --description detailed information about the alert --tags operations, servers --actions ping, stop, restart
Go based Lamp command
lamp createAlert --message "appserver1 down" --description "detailed information about the alert" --tags "operations, servers" --actions "ping, stop, restart"
- Additional alert property parameter "-D" should contain a space between parameter and value like the following
Java based Lamp Command
lamp createAlert --message appserver1 down -Dseverity=critical
Go based Lamp Command
lamp createAlert --message "appserver1 down" -D severity=critical
Updated about 2 months ago