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Feature #41

Trend system load

Added by nuttervm - about 9 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

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Description

It would be nice if you could display the historical system load, bandwidth, memory and cpu utilization, etc for a extended period of time. consider embedding something like mrtg that makes it easy to trend over a long period of time.

Hopefully, the use of a pre-made tool like MRTG should make integrating a feature like this relatively simple.

History

#1 Updated by jwhitt - about 9 years ago

I would like to see something like what pfsense utilizes with its rrd graphs... my .02$

#2 Updated by vuokko - about 9 years ago

symon is tool for this. http://www.xs4all.nl/~wpd/symon/ I once installed it to 0.7.x server and it broke its python, but I believe it is installable. syweb can draw nice charts also

#3 Updated by tnkflx - almost 9 years ago

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#4 Updated by Josh Paetzel almost 9 years ago

  • Status changed from Unscreened to Closed

r5778 includes telemetry graphing via collectd and rrdtool

#5 Avatar?id=14398&size=24x24 Updated by Kris Moore almost 4 years ago

Commit: 3bd19b1310a12a6bae51db5d7ca2d6a6ed1aed17
https://github.com/pcbsd/freebsd-ports/commit/3bd19b1310a12a6bae51db5d7ca2d6a6ed1aed17
Author: truckman <>
Date: 2016-02-03 (Wed, 03 Feb 2016)

Log Message:
-----------
Upgrade net/nmsg to 0.11.0:

nmsg (0.11.0)

[ Henry Stern ]
  • Add an interval randomization option that randomizes the initial offset
    within the selected time interval. This functionality is exposed via the
    libnmsg nmsg_io_set_interval_randomized() function and the nmsgtool -R /
    --randomize command-line option (#27, #33).
  • Add documention for nmsgtool -j / --readjson and -J / --write-json
    command-line options (#26, #28).
  • Add PKG_CHECK_MODULES dependency on yajl >= 2.1.0 (#29, #31).
  • Make nmsgtool -k / --kicker work when combined with -c or -t, when
    producing output in JSON format (#25, #38).
  • Fix compiler warning [-Wtautological-compare] in
    _nmsg_msgmod_json_to_payload_load() (#36, #39).
  • Add nmsg_message_get_num_field_values(),
    nmsg_message_get_num_field_values_by_idx() functions (#5, #40).
[ Robert Edmonds ]
  • Remove the unused enum nmsg_modtype from the internal libnmsg API (#30).
  • Header file cleanups (#14, #34).
  • Rewrite nmsg_res_lookup() to use a switch, which eliminates a Clang
    warning (#14, #35).
  • Add a message filtering capability to the libnmsg I/O loop, including
    external filter module plugin and nmsgtool support (#41, #43, #44).
[ Mike Schiffman ]
  • Add yajl/ prefix to #include's of yajl headers (#37)

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#6 Avatar?id=14398&size=24x24 Updated by Kris Moore almost 4 years ago

Commit: 3bd19b1310a12a6bae51db5d7ca2d6a6ed1aed17
https://github.com/pcbsd/freebsd-ports/commit/3bd19b1310a12a6bae51db5d7ca2d6a6ed1aed17
Author: truckman <>
Date: 2016-02-03 (Wed, 03 Feb 2016)

Log Message:
-----------
Upgrade net/nmsg to 0.11.0:

nmsg (0.11.0)

[ Henry Stern ]
  • Add an interval randomization option that randomizes the initial offset
    within the selected time interval. This functionality is exposed via the
    libnmsg nmsg_io_set_interval_randomized() function and the nmsgtool -R /
    --randomize command-line option (#27, #33).
  • Add documention for nmsgtool -j / --readjson and -J / --write-json
    command-line options (#26, #28).
  • Add PKG_CHECK_MODULES dependency on yajl >= 2.1.0 (#29, #31).
  • Make nmsgtool -k / --kicker work when combined with -c or -t, when
    producing output in JSON format (#25, #38).
  • Fix compiler warning [-Wtautological-compare] in
    _nmsg_msgmod_json_to_payload_load() (#36, #39).
  • Add nmsg_message_get_num_field_values(),
    nmsg_message_get_num_field_values_by_idx() functions (#5, #40).
[ Robert Edmonds ]
  • Remove the unused enum nmsg_modtype from the internal libnmsg API (#30).
  • Header file cleanups (#14, #34).
  • Rewrite nmsg_res_lookup() to use a switch, which eliminates a Clang
    warning (#14, #35).
  • Add a message filtering capability to the libnmsg I/O loop, including
    external filter module plugin and nmsgtool support (#41, #43, #44).
[ Mike Schiffman ]
  • Add yajl/ prefix to #include's of yajl headers (#37)

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Sponsored by: Farsight Security, Inc.

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