NetData - I would love to see a Plugin for this, but since there is not maybe someone would like this.

    • NetData - I would love to see a Plugin for this, but since there is not maybe someone would like this.



      I would love to see a plugin on OMV for NetData, but since there currently is not here is what I did and it works perfectly.

      sudo apt-get install zlib1g-dev uuid-dev libmnl-dev gcc make git autoconf autoconf-archive autogen automake pkg-config curl

      sudo git clone https://github.com/firehol/netdata.git --depth=1

      cd netdata

      sudo ./netdata-installer.sh

      When completed simply open your servers site and include port 19999 also enable this port within any firewalls configured.

      http://server.domain.com:19999

      I have not figured out the SSL/https portion as yet, but will update if/when I do.
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    • sjdaniels wrote:

      sudo ./netdata-installer.sh
      This is the part that makes converting it to a plugin difficult (unless it has arguments to run unattended).
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    • Yah, unfortunately I didn't think about that. It does not run unattended.
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    • In that case, you typically have to duplicate a lot of what the install script does in the plugin. That can be a lot of work and difficult to maintain sometimes.
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    • I just looked more and there is a dockerfile for it. That means it can be installed unattended. Here is the line with the arguments - github.com/firehol/netdata/blob/master/docker-build.sh#L19. I will look into this a bit more...
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