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Published: Jul 27, 2020 | License: MIT | Module: github.com/eko/pihole-exporter

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PI-Hole Prometheus Exporter

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This is a Prometheus exporter for PI-Hole’s Raspberry PI ad blocker.

Grafana dashboard

Grafana dashboard is available here on the Grafana dashboard website and also here on the GitHub repository.

Prerequisites

Installation

Download binary

You can download the latest version of the binary built for your architecture here:

Using Docker

The exporter is also available as a Docker image. You can run it using the following example and pass configuration environment variables:

$ docker run \
  -e 'PIHOLE_HOSTNAME=192.168.1.2' \
  -e 'PIHOLE_PASSWORD=mypassword' \
  -e 'INTERVAL=30s' \
  -e 'PORT=9617' \
  -p 9617:9617 \
  ekofr/pihole-exporter:latest

Or use PiHole’s WEBPASSWORD as an API token instead of the password

$ API_TOKEN=$(awk -F= -v key="WEBPASSWORD" '$1==key {print $2}' /etc/pihole/setupVars.conf)
$ docker run \
  -e 'PIHOLE_HOSTNAME=192.168.1.2' \
  -e "PIHOLE_API_TOKEN=$API_TOKEN" \
  -e 'INTERVAL=30s' \
  -e 'PORT=9617' \
  ekofr/pihole-exporter:latest

If you are running pi-hole behind https, you must both set the PIHOLE_PROTOCOL environment variable as well as include your ssl certificates to the docker image as it does not have any baked in:

$ docker run \
  -e 'PIHOLE_PROTOCOL=https' \
  -e 'PIHOLE_HOSTNAME=192.168.1.2' \
  -e 'PIHOLE_PASSWORD=mypassword' \
  -e 'INTERVAL=30s' \
  -e 'PORT=9617' \
  -v '/etc/ssl/certs:/etc/ssl/certs:ro' \
  -p 9617:9617 \
  ekofr/pihole-exporter:latest

From sources

Optionally, you can download and build it from the sources. You have to retrieve the project sources by using one of the following way:

$ go get -u github.com/eko/pihole-exporter
# or
$ git clone https://github.com/eko/pihole-exporter.git

Install the needed vendors:

$ GO111MODULE=on go mod vendor

Then, build the binary (here, an example to run on Raspberry PI ARM architecture):

$ GOOS=linux GOARCH=arm GOARM=7 go build -o pihole_exporter .

Usage

In order to run the exporter, type the following command (arguments are optional):

Using a password

$ ./pihole_exporter -pihole_hostname 192.168.1.10 -pihole_password azerty

Or use PiHole’s WEBPASSWORD as an API token instead of the password

$ API_TOKEN=$(awk -F= -v key="WEBPASSWORD" '$1==key {print $2}' /etc/pihole/setupVars.conf)
$ ./pihole_exporter -pihole_hostname 192.168.1.10 -pihole_api_token $API_TOKEN
2019/05/09 20:19:52 ------------------------------------
2019/05/09 20:19:52 -  PI-Hole exporter configuration  -
2019/05/09 20:19:52 ------------------------------------
2019/05/09 20:19:52 PIHoleHostname : 192.168.1.10
2019/05/09 20:19:52 PIHolePassword : azerty
2019/05/09 20:19:52 Port : 9617
2019/05/09 20:19:52 Interval : 10s
2019/05/09 20:19:52 ------------------------------------
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: domains_blocked
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: dns_queries_today
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: ads_blocked_today
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: ads_percentag_today
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: unique_domains
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: queries_forwarded
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: queries_cached
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: clients_ever_seen
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: unique_clients
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: dns_queries_all_types
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: reply
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: top_queries
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: top_ads
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: top_sources
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: forward_destinations
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: querytypes
2019/05/09 20:19:52 New Prometheus metric registered: status
2019/05/09 20:19:52 Starting HTTP server
2019/05/09 20:19:54 New tick of statistics: 648 ads blocked / 66796 total DNS querie
...

Once the exporter is running, you also have to update your prometheus.yml configuration to let it scrape the exporter:

scrape_configs:
  - job_name: 'pihole'
    static_configs:
      - targets: ['localhost:9617']

Available CLI options

# Interval of time the exporter will fetch data from PI-Hole
  -interval duration (optional) (default 10s)

# Hostname of the Raspberry PI where PI-Hole is installed
  -pihole_hostname string (optional) (default "127.0.0.1")

# Password defined on the PI-Hole interface
  -pihole_password string (optional)


# WEBPASSWORD / api token defined on the PI-Hole interface at `/etc/pihole/setupVars.conf`
  -pihole_api_token string (optional)

# Port to be used for the exporter
  -port string (optional) (default "9617")

Available Prometheus metrics

Metric name Description
pihole_domains_being_blocked This represent the number of domains being blocked
pihole_dns_queries_today This represent the number of DNS queries made over the current day
pihole_ads_blocked_today This represent the number of ads blocked over the current day
pihole_ads_percentage_today This represent the percentage of ads blocked over the current day
pihole_unique_domains This represent the number of unique domains seen
pihole_queries_forwarded This represent the number of queries forwarded
pihole_queries_cached This represent the number of queries cached
pihole_clients_ever_seen This represent the number of clients ever seen
pihole_unique_clients This represent the number of unique clients seen
pihole_dns_queries_all_types This represent the number of DNS queries made for all types
pihole_reply This represent the number of replies made for all types
pihole_top_queries This represent the number of top queries made by PI-Hole by domain
pihole_top_ads This represent the number of top ads made by PI-Hole by domain
pihole_top_sources This represent the number of top sources requests made by PI-Hole by source host
pihole_forward_destinations This represent the number of forward destinations requests made by PI-Hole by destination
pihole_querytypes This represent the number of queries made by PI-Hole by type
pihole_status This represent if PI-Hole is enabled

Pihole-Exporter Helm Chart

Link

This is a simple Helm Chart to deploy the exporter in a kubernetes cluster.

Source: github.com/eko/pihole-exporter@v0.0.0-20200727203735-467d68358509/README.md