[Red5] Graphing Red5 again
spam at electroteque.org
Wed Jul 23 13:32:52 PDT 2008
opennms is working, but there its taken so long just to get jmx
working visible, the graphing setup is now going to take hours because
its only configurable via xml files not its web interface. Wish there
was a full SNMP example to work with.
On 24/07/2008, at 3:26 AM, Daniel Rossi wrote:
> So i've investigated in 3 ways to possible graph the jvm data in red5.
> One way was to just expose the standard SNMP information, it cannot
> access any of the red5 mbeans however ie graphing connected clients. I
> have 3 graphs kinda working from an example cacti jvm graph template
> but still not working properly really as I would have expected.
> Another way was to use jmanage or opennms and connect to the JMX
> beans, however neither work out of the box and will not run, it has
> taken me 3 hours to try and get opennms working because it depends on
> postgres. A secondary system to our snmp grapher is not ideal and not
> particular into the idea of having it running on our freebsd server
> because its java. Just tried fink copy of opennms still broken, wont
> configure postgres , no idea why its using postgres rather than an
> internal db.
> Another way was to implement the opendmk snmp v3 adaptor and somehow
> generate mib files to expose red5 data aswell as jvm data and graph
> particular things. All we probably need is whatever is graphed and
> displayed in jconsole in a web interface for other people managing
> servers and the boss to look at it.
> If anyone has any other suggestions that would be great, im a little
> unhappy not much has been said regarding pollers / graphers, obviously
> the jconsole integration is easy enough for immediate monitoring.
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