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Install Graphite / Collectd in Ubuntu 12.04 (precise 64)
[cache]
# Enable daily log rotation. If disabled, a kill -HUP can be used after a manual rotate
ENABLE_LOGROTATION = True
# Specify the user to drop privileges to
# If this is blank carbon runs as the user that invokes it
# This user must have write access to the local data directory
USER =
# Limit the size of the cache to avoid swapping or becoming CPU bound.
# Sorts and serving cache queries gets more expensive as the cache grows.
# Use the value "inf" (infinity) for an unlimited cache size.
MAX_CACHE_SIZE = inf
# Limits the number of whisper update_many() calls per second, which effectively
# means the number of write requests sent to the disk. This is intended to
# prevent over-utilizing the disk and thus starving the rest of the system.
# When the rate of required updates exceeds this, then carbon's caching will
# take effect and increase the overall throughput accordingly.
MAX_UPDATES_PER_SECOND = 500
# If defined, this changes the MAX_UPDATES_PER_SECOND in Carbon when a
# stop/shutdown is initiated. This helps when MAX_UPDATES_PER_SECOND is
# relatively low and carbon has cached a lot of updates; it enables the carbon
# daemon to shutdown more quickly.
# MAX_UPDATES_PER_SECOND_ON_SHUTDOWN = 1000
# Softly limits the number of whisper files that get created each minute.
# Setting this value low (like at 50) is a good way to ensure your graphite
# system will not be adversely impacted when a bunch of new metrics are
# sent to it. The trade off is that it will take much longer for those metrics'
# database files to all get created and thus longer until the data becomes usable.
# Setting this value high (like "inf" for infinity) will cause graphite to create
# the files quickly but at the risk of slowing I/O down considerably for a while.
MAX_CREATES_PER_MINUTE = 50
LINE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2003
# Set this to True to enable the UDP listener. By default this is off
# because it is very common to run multiple carbon daemons and managing
# another (rarely used) port for every carbon instance is not fun.
ENABLE_UDP_LISTENER = False
UDP_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = 2003
PICKLE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
PICKLE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2004
# Set to false to disable logging of successful connections
LOG_LISTENER_CONNECTIONS = True
# Per security concerns outlined in Bug #817247 the pickle receiver
# will use a more secure and slightly less efficient unpickler.
# Set this to True to revert to the old-fashioned insecure unpickler.
USE_INSECURE_UNPICKLER = False
CACHE_QUERY_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
CACHE_QUERY_PORT = 7002
# Set this to False to drop datapoints received after the cache
# reaches MAX_CACHE_SIZE. If this is True (the default) then sockets
# over which metrics are received will temporarily stop accepting
# data until the cache size falls below 95% MAX_CACHE_SIZE.
USE_FLOW_CONTROL = True
# By default, carbon-cache will log every whisper update and cache hit. This can be excessive and
# degrade performance if logging on the same volume as the whisper data is stored.
LOG_UPDATES = False
LOG_CACHE_HITS = False
LOG_CACHE_QUEUE_SORTS = True
#
CACHE_WRITE_STRATEGY = sorted
# On some systems it is desirable for whisper to write synchronously.
# Set this option to True if you'd like to try this. Basically it will
# shift the onus of buffering writes from the kernel into carbon's cache.
WHISPER_AUTOFLUSH = False
# Only beneficial on linux filesystems that support the fallocate system call.
# It maintains the benefits of contiguous reads/writes, but with a potentially
# much faster creation speed, by allowing the kernel to handle the block
# allocation and zero-ing. Enabling this option may allow a large increase of
# MAX_CREATES_PER_MINUTE. If enabled on an OS or filesystem that is unsupported
# this option will gracefully fallback to standard POSIX file access methods.
WHISPER_FALLOCATE_CREATE = True
# To configure special settings for the carbon-cache instance 'b', uncomment this:
[cache:a]
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2103
PICKLE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2104
CACHE_QUERY_PORT = 7102
[cache:b]
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2203
PICKLE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2204
CACHE_QUERY_PORT = 7202
[relay]
LINE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2013
PICKLE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
PICKLE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2014
# Set to false to disable logging of successful connections
LOG_LISTENER_CONNECTIONS = True
# Carbon-relay has several options for metric routing controlled by RELAY_METHOD
RELAY_METHOD = rules
# If you use consistent-hashing you can add redundancy by replicating every
# datapoint to more than one machine.
REPLICATION_FACTOR = 1
# This is a list of carbon daemons we will send any relayed or
# generated metrics to. The default provided would send to a single
# carbon-cache instance on the default port. However if you
# use multiple carbon-cache instances then it would look like this:
DESTINATIONS = 127.0.0.1:2104:a, 127.0.0.1:2204:b
# This defines the maximum "message size" between carbon daemons.
# You shouldn't need to tune this unless you really know what you're doing.
MAX_DATAPOINTS_PER_MESSAGE = 500
MAX_QUEUE_SIZE = 10000
# Set this to False to drop datapoints when any send queue (sending datapoints
# to a downstream carbon daemon) hits MAX_QUEUE_SIZE. If this is True (the
# default) then sockets over which metrics are received will temporarily stop accepting
# data until the send queues fall below 80% MAX_QUEUE_SIZE.
USE_FLOW_CONTROL = True
[aggregator]
LINE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2023
PICKLE_RECEIVER_INTERFACE = 0.0.0.0
PICKLE_RECEIVER_PORT = 2024
# Set to false to disable logging of successful connections
LOG_LISTENER_CONNECTIONS = True
# If set true, metric received will be forwarded to DESTINATIONS in addition to
# the output of the aggregation rules. If set false the carbon-aggregator will
# only ever send the output of aggregation.
FORWARD_ALL = True
# This is a list of carbon daemons we will send any relayed or
# generated metrics to. The default provided would send to a single
# carbon-cache instance on the default port. However if you
# use multiple carbon-cache instances then it would look like this:
DESTINATIONS = 127.0.0.1:2104:a, 127.0.0.1:2204:b
# If you want to add redundancy to your data by replicating every
# datapoint to more than one machine, increase this.
REPLICATION_FACTOR = 1
# This is the maximum number of datapoints that can be queued up
# for a single destination. Once this limit is hit, we will
# stop accepting new data if USE_FLOW_CONTROL is True, otherwise
# we will drop any subsequently received datapoints.
MAX_QUEUE_SIZE = 10000
# Set this to False to drop datapoints when any send queue (sending datapoints
# to a downstream carbon daemon) hits MAX_QUEUE_SIZE. If this is True (the
# default) then sockets over which metrics are received will temporarily stop accepting
# data until the send queues fall below 80% MAX_QUEUE_SIZE.
USE_FLOW_CONTROL = True
# This defines the maximum "message size" between carbon daemons.
# You shouldn't need to tune this unless you really know what you're doing.
MAX_DATAPOINTS_PER_MESSAGE = 500
# This defines how many datapoints the aggregator remembers for
# each metric. Aggregation only happens for datapoints that fall in
# the past MAX_AGGREGATION_INTERVALS * intervalSize seconds.
MAX_AGGREGATION_INTERVALS = 5
#
# Config file for collectd(1).
# Please read collectd.conf(5) for a list of options.
# http://collectd.org/
#
Hostname "vagrant"
Interval 10
ReadThreads 5
LoadPlugin syslog
LoadPlugin logfile
LoadPlugin cpu
LoadPlugin interface
LoadPlugin load
LoadPlugin memory
LoadPlugin write_graphite
<Plugin write_graphite>
<Carbon>
Host "127.0.0.1"
Port "2013"
Prefix ""
Postfix ""
SeparateInstances true
</Carbon>
</Plugin>
ssh -p 2222 -R 2204:192.168.7.176:2204 -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o LogLevel=ERROR -o IdentitiesOnly=yes -i ~/.vagrant.d/insecure_private_key vagrant@127.0.0.1
apt-get install --yes flex bison libperl-dev python-dev libdbi-dev libyajl-dev libxml2-dev libmysqlclient-dev iptables-dev git make build-essential automake libtool pkg-config libgcrypt11-dev curl libesmtp-dev liboping-dev libpcap0.8-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev
cd /usr/src && git clone git://github.com/collectd/collectd.git && cd collectd
git co 5.2.x
./clean.sh && ./build.sh && ./configure --enable-curl --enable-curl_json --enable-curl_xml --enable-dbi --enable-python --enable-mysql --enable-smtp --enable-ping
make && make install
# https://gist.github.com/obazoud/6705302
####################################
# BASIC REQUIREMENTS
# http://graphite.wikidot.com/installation
# http://geek.michaelgrace.org/2011/09/how-to-install-graphite-on-ubuntu/
# Last tested & updated 10/13/2011
####################################
cd
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
wget https://launchpad.net/graphite/0.9/0.9.10/+download/graphite-web-0.9.10.tar.gz
wget https://launchpad.net/graphite/0.9/0.9.10/+download/carbon-0.9.10.tar.gz
wget https://launchpad.net/graphite/0.9/0.9.10/+download/whisper-0.9.10.tar.gz
tar -zxvf graphite-web-0.9.10.tar.gz
tar -zxvf carbon-0.9.10.tar.gz
tar -zxvf whisper-0.9.10.tar.gz
mv graphite-web-0.9.10 graphite
mv carbon-0.9.10 carbon
mv whisper-0.9.10 whisper
rm graphite-web-0.9.10.tar.gz
rm carbon-0.9.10.tar.gz
rm whisper-0.9.10.tar.gz
sudo apt-get install --assume-yes apache2 apache2-mpm-worker apache2-utils apache2.2-bin apache2.2-common libapr1 libaprutil1 libaprutil1-dbd-sqlite3 build-essential python3.2 python-dev libpython3.2 python3-minimal libapache2-mod-wsgi libaprutil1-ldap memcached python-cairo-dev python-django python-ldap python-memcache python-pysqlite2 sqlite3 erlang-os-mon erlang-snmp rabbitmq-server bzr expect ssh libapache2-mod-python python-setuptools
sudo easy_install django-tagging
sudo easy_install zope.interface
sudo easy_install twisted
sudo easy_install txamqp
####################################
# INSTALL WHISPER
####################################
cd ~/whisper
sudo python setup.py install
####################################
# INSTALL CARBON
####################################
cd ~/carbon
sudo python setup.py install
cd /opt/graphite/conf
sudo cp carbon.conf.example carbon.conf
sudo cp storage-schemas.conf.example storage-schemas.conf
sudo gedit storage-schemas.conf
### Replace contents of storage-schemas.conf to be the following
[stats]
priority = 110
pattern = .*
retentions = 10:2160,60:10080,600:262974
###
####################################
# CONFIGURE GRAPHITE (webapp)
####################################
cd ~/graphite
sudo python check-dependencies.py
sudo python setup.py install
# CONFIGURE APACHE
###################
cd ~/graphite/examples
sudo cp example-graphite-vhost.conf /etc/apache2/sites-available/default
sudo cp /opt/graphite/conf/graphite.wsgi.example /opt/graphite/conf/graphite.wsgi
sudo mkdir /etc/httpd
sudo mkdir /etc/httpd/wsgi
sudo gedit /etc/apache2/sites-available/default
#####
# Change the line: WSGISocketPrefix run/wsgi
# To: WSGISocketPrefix /etc/httpd/wsgi
#####
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload
####################################
# INITIAL DATABASE CREATION
####################################
cd /opt/graphite/webapp/graphite/
sudo python manage.py syncdb
# follow prompts to setup django admin user
sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /opt/graphite/storage/
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
cd /opt/graphite/webapp/graphite
sudo cp local_settings.py.example local_settings.py
####################################
# START CARBON
####################################
cd /opt/graphite/
sudo ./bin/carbon-cache.py start
netcat -l 2204
[default]
default = true
destinations = 127.0.0.1:2104:a, 127.0.0.1:2204:b
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