first time posting, so please be patient with me
Graphite 1.1.0 (running in a pod)
Basically all running fine, icinga and graphite (even though running in OEL8), all good, BUT:
I’ve created a Dashboard, showing only graphite graphs (don’t wanna see the check-result but only graphs of certain services/hosts (like cpu, vmstat, and so on). I did this by setting up the desired view from main menu “Graphite” → “Services” → filtering the whole bunch
This results in a URL which I’ve copypasted into a new dashlet (basic icinga dashboard).
Works well, all desired graphs are being shown in the dashboard
BUT: this dashlet - in contrary to default like “Current incidents” or “Overdue” - does NOT auto-reload. I have to manually click the refresh-swirl. Fine for me but my plan is to set this up for a department-user (or kiosk), where clicking is no option.
My guess: somewhere under the hood the dashboard is being refreshed if dashlet-URL contains “monitoring/list/bla” but in my case its “graphite/list/bla”
(full dashlet url: graphite/list/services?service=host_check_cpu&(host=important_server1|host=important_server2)&graphs_limit=2 )
So my quite simple question: can I get my graphite-dashboard being auto-reloaded? I really hope its feasible somehow
Edit: example of such a dashboard
Hi, this works fine for me here. Using the same URL resulting in two graphs.
How did you notice that it doesn’t refresh? Note that the interval of the other contents are usually 10 seconds, the graphs are refreshed every 30 seconds though.
Just to make shure, what have you set in the user preferences?
well, all other pages do autorefresh, e. g. “Current Incidents”-Dashboard; also, in parallel opened those checks in a seperate tab; all pages do autorefresh, except those graph-dashboards
After a couple of hours one do see the gap
auto-refresh is set, also it works well for all other dashboards and check-pages (basically everything else but this single dashboard-page containing graphs only)
For testing purpose I’ve put a service-check aside, outcome: the service-check frame is being auto-reloaded, but NOT the graph-frame; this one remains un-refreshed
Just to be sure, do you use this graphite module or another one? Which version?
Yes, version is 1.1.0, launched within a pod as its been quite impossible to run graphite native on OEL8 (installation based on this: https://computingforgeeks.com/install-graphite-graphite-web-on-centos-rhel/ )
I’m suspecting that the “issue” is rooted somewhere in this avalanche of icinga-php-files, as only monitoring/list-urls are being refreshed but nothing containing graphite/list-urls, but tbh my php-knowledge is too weak
Ah, I thought the version you mentioned in your OP for Graphite was for the backend.
The module in version 1.1 does not auto refresh. The latest release does.
Okay, so its a dead end as it seems …
1.2.x requires php-library 0.9
which requires icingaweb2 > 2.9.5
which does not exist for el8 in repos
as of now, icingaweb2 for el8 since nov2021 no change (stuck on 2.9.5) whilst el7 has already past 2.11.
… hoping for updates soon …
sigh great … new project: offboarding Icinga
Best line in this stupid announcement: “But not everything is bad”
I have no words for this …
We also weren’t happy about it but it coincided with us wanting to buy support anyways so we begrudgingly changed to the pay walled repo.
From the quite severe blow back, I think migrating away is a bit hasty as I believe a alternative will spring up soon in the form of a community repo or a free tier matching REHL licencing.
Migrating to Debian or Docker are also options - I would run on Debian if not for my external partners being more confident on RHEL based systems.