[Red5] Graphing Red5 again
spam at electroteque.org
Wed Jul 23 16:16:20 PDT 2008
On 24/07/2008, at 8:14 AM, Walter Tak wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Daniel Rossi" <spam at electroteque.org>
> To: <red5 at osflash.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, 23 July 2008 19:26
> Subject: [Red5] Graphing Red5 again
>> So i've investigated in 3 ways to possible graph the jvm data in
>> 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.
> I'm using rrdtool to make graphs on my network stats. Can you get
> the stats
> you need out of the running java processes using default commandline-
> or is that the core of the problem ?
We already have SNMP collecting everything available to the operating
system and graphing in cacti, i want to expose memory , heap, thread,
GC stuff, aswell as some red5 mbeans. What is your network stats in ?
Looks like im getting somewhere with this, but opennms is poorly
documented., the graphs are not showing anything yet.
I had a way of exposing some SNMP data from the red5 jvm, but i wasnt
sure which data to use as the datasource for rrd. Maybe you might shed
some light what useful bits of data is good ?
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