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Changed the way to check for updates. As the REST API is incomplete and

don't returns core updates (!), we
workaround that by calling occ update:check
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Laurent Poujoulat 2 years ago
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      monitoring/check_valisechaprilorg_update

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monitoring/check_valisechaprilorg_update

@ -25,15 +25,7 @@
# ================================================
# Configuration data
CURL_CREDENTIAL="/etc/valise.chapril.org/curl_credential"
# Extract a json value by path (given as argument)
# The global JSON state is expected to be in NEXTCLOUD_STATE
# Only give the path part within the ocs.data section
getNcState()
{
echo ${NEXTCLOUD_STATE} | jq ".ocs.data.$1"
}
NEXTCLOUD_ROOT="/var/www/valise.chapril.org"
# Returns script usage
function usage()
@ -41,22 +33,38 @@ function usage()
echo "Usage: $(basename $0)"
}
# Main entry point
EXIT_RESULT=1
# Read and store the current service state
NEXTCLOUD_STATE=`curl --silent --netrc-file ${CURL_CREDENTIAL} http://localhost/ocs/v2.php/apps/serverinfo/api/v1/info?format=json`
# Usage check
if [ "$#" -ne 0 ]
then
usage
else
# Read and store the current service state
NEXTCLOUD_STATE=`curl --silent --netrc-file ${CURL_CREDENTIAL} http://localhost/ocs/v2.php/apps/serverinfo/api/v1/info?format=json`
# Currently, nor the serverinfo API, nor the occ command has a clean way of checking both the core and apps update status
# So we trick this by calling the occ update:check command and processing the output
cd ${NEXTCLOUD_ROOT}
UPDATE_LIST=$(sudo -u www-data php occ update:check)
if [ $? != 0 ]
then
echo "Failed to check Nextcloud update"
else
# OK, we have the human readable status, let's process it
echo ${UPDATE_LIST} | grep -q "Everything up to date"
if [ $? == 0 ]
then
echo "OK"
EXIT_RESULT=0
else
echo ${UPDATE_LIST}
fi
fi
getNcState "nextcloud.system.apps.num_updates_available"
fi
exit ${EXIT_RESULT}

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