aggregate cluster statswul
rabrads at erie.net
Wed Jan 16 08:28:37 PST 2002
I have a package called AmIHappy that uses some perl, php, soap that
collects data from up to 128 nodes in a cluster. It is changeable by
just writing a script to the system for what ever you need and it
connects to a MySQL database to store data on the nodes. It can run at
boot time, or when ever the user wants. It has a web front end that
shows status of all nodes, failure nodes, or one specific node. contact
me if you want to see the software.
rabrads at linux-fan.com
Andrew Fant wrote:
>I am currently running a 118 processor cluster, with bigbrother and larrd to monitor
>system status and gather performance and utilization data on a node by node basis.
>However, my management is now requesting aggregate statistics, and a web page
>showing load, etc, across the entire cluster.
>Has anybody hacked something like this themselves? I would rather stick close to
>bigbrother and larrd, just to simplify implementation, but I have been playing with
>SGI's open source release of PCP, and I am not adverse to switching to another
>(free) solution if it can simplify the process.
>Thanks for any suggestions,
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