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 Post subject: Tool to retrieve statistics (NGINX, php-fpm, bind, ntp)
PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:35 am 
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We have been using cacti for a long time with various scripts to retrieve statistics, this has become quite an issue with adding new hosts and maintaining old ones so I have started working on a tool that will merge quite a few services.

You can find the tool @ https://github.com/eservicesgreece/cacti-go-tools, it works by extending SNMP so you will not need to open additional ports, use ssh or anything in the cacti side (other than the templates which are provided).

Current support for:
NGINX, php-fpm, bind

You can build on multiple platforms, for more information look in the github project page.

If you have any feature suggestions or bugs please use the issue system in github, for general comments I will be monitoring this thread from time to time.

You can get binaries from:
https://github.com/eservicesgreece/cacti-go-tools/releases/tag/0.1.31

Older Releases:
https://github.com/eservicesgreece/cacti-go-tools/releases/tag/0.1.24
https://github.com/eservicesgreece/cacti-go-tools/releases/tag/0.1.15

Planned Services(in order)
apache, snmp tests(cacti side), apache, redis, memcached.

Edit: Although this is not a script I posted it here since its the most relevant category IMHO.


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