4 Comments

  1. venkat says:

    June 20, 2013 at 4:16 PM

    I liked the article very much. It’s very informative.
    Is there any way I can monitor hbase using graphite? Can you please point to any articles?

    Thank you,
    venkat

    • says:

      June 21, 2013 at 1:14 AM

      I know Lars has a tool for that: , you can follow along the lines in the article to monitor the same MBeans with JMXTrans

  2. Ryan says:

    November 21, 2013 at 1:43 PM

    This is fantastic work erez! I have, unfortunately, put a lot of work into a similar dashboard prior to finding graphitus. However, mine is only about 70% of what yours is. Thank you!

    One question, one feature that I have incorporated into mine is the ability to create a filtering drop-down based on the nodes returned by a graphite query. So, in your MySql Servers example on GitHub, the list of data centers could be generated by a call to graphite to get all the nodes then build the drop-down. While perusing your code I am having a hard time determining where I might be able to add that logic if I would like to. Is this something you would be able to help direct me to? Your JS kung-fu is far stronger than mine!

    Either way, thank you for the great work and saving me much time.

    Ryan

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