costa at tsaousis.gr
Mon Mar 14 22:28:32 GMT 2016
I need some feedback guys.
Are you using netdata regularly?
What is the most important thing you miss?
To my view it is stable and pretty fast (although, I don't like the
shell scripted plugins which I plan to move to node.js - they increase
the total CPU consumption of netdata a lot).
This is my short term TODO list:
1. Improve the web UI a bit (today I realized there is no way to zoom
in/out the charts using the touchpad)
2. Work on its memory footprint to allow longer durations (probably
split it in a short in-ram db and a longer on disk compressed db)
What do you think?
I know there are many more to do.
But my primary goal is to have a stable and usable environment to build upon.
So, do you use it?
Are you happy with it?
Is there anyone among us that has installed it on all his/her servers?
(I have, of course :)
On Sat, Feb 13, 2016 at 12:27 AM, Rick Marshall <rjm at zenucom.com> wrote:
> Thanks Costa. I'll keep you posted.
> On 12/02/16 19:23, Tsaousis, Costa wrote:
> the dashboard supports documentation per chart. There we could write
> information about interpreting each chart, add links to external web sites,
> If anyone is willing to help, please open a github issue to give you
> instructions on how to commit such info.
> Netdata is able to get system information for a lot more things that is
> currently presenting. In the source, I have commented all the code that
> collects data I don't know its value. Check this for example:
> It have written the code to collect 100 metrics, but only 5 are enabled. If
> you know the importance of the rest, please open github issues too.
> On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 10:00 AM, Tsaousis, Costa <costa at tsaousis.gr> wrote:
>> 1. all the sections on the wiki have been implemented, but the empty ones
>> are undocumented... Check your /var/log/netdata/error.log (it should be
>> complaining about nginx and all the other modules that cannot automatically
>> detect their config).
>> 2. redhat/fedora, unfortunately no. I have installed it on debian/ubuntu,
>> arch, gentoo. If you can help, please open github issues.
>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 6:16 AM, Rick Marshall <rjm at zenucom.com> wrote:
>>> You should be proud of it.
>>> Q: redhat/fedora support. Wiki has debian/ubuntu instructions. Have you
>>> installed on redhat/fedora?
>>> If not I will build an send results.
>>> On 12/02/16 10:42, Tsaousis, Costa wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Have you checked netdata lately?
>>>> Well, I am really proud for it...
>>>> Check its wiki too (work in progress):
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>>>> Firehol-support at lists.firehol.org
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