Cockpit for OMV6?

  • Hi,


    When I had OMV5 installed I recalled that you can install cockpit so I can look at the the cpu and memory utilization for dockers. After the upgrade to OMV6, I could not find it. Anybody know how to install or any kind of way to see how to find out cpu and memory utilization in a gui interface?

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    nybody know how to install or any kind of way to see how to find out cpu and memory utilization in a gui interface?

    Did you look in the Diagnostics -> Performance Statistics section?


    Otherwise, sudo apt-get install cockpit will install cockpit

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    But it doesn't display the cpu and memory utilization of dockers.

    You didn't mention you were looking for docker cpu/memory. Have you looked at container monitoring images like Prometheus? No need for installing packages when you can just create another container. I'm sure there are plenty of other options out there.

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  • If you only need info about your local docker containers go with cAdvisor

    If you want a complete monitoring solution: influxdb + telegraf + grafana


    This evening i can post a docker-compose file for the later if you are interested.

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    Isn’t that what Doozle does? https://github.com/amir20/dozzle

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  • Dozzle displays and allows downloading of docker log files.

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    That’s right. I was close but not quite. Thanks gderf .

    System Backup Typo alert: Under the Linux section the command should be sudo umount /dev/sda1 NOT sudo unmount /dev/sda1

    Backup Data Disk to Backup Disk on Same Machine: In a Scheduled Job:rsync -av --delete /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-f8814ed9-9a5c-4e1c-8830-426968c20ea3/ /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-e67439d5-00a3-4942-bd5f-b84ab86aa850/ Don't forget trailing slashes, and BE CAREFUL. (HT: Getting Started with OMV5)

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