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 Post subject: Re: [INFO] Show off your Weathermaps.
PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:44 am 
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ds20prefecture wrote:
My ancient 3560 switches using NINK for interface status. I set the 0 0 range to black to show interfaces with zero traffic as "disconnected" - connected switches show bandwidth. Weathermap is the cleverest use of Cacti I've seen! Thanks Howie.

Now this would be useful for me so I can identify ports that should be shutdown!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:29 am 
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BorisL wrote:
Sample Datacenter weathermap.
Links between routers (actual interface names, rrd, etc) are found automaticall using simple pre-plugin.

User write
Code:
LINK nodeXXX-nodeYYY
        NODES nodeXXX nodeYYY

Everything else is done using TEMPLATES and plugin mentioned above.


how to display % on link?


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:37 pm 
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ethanzhu wrote:
BorisL wrote:
Sample Datacenter weathermap.
Links between routers (actual interface names, rrd, etc) are found automaticall using simple pre-plugin.

User write
Code:
LINK nodeXXX-nodeYYY
        NODES nodeXXX nodeYYY

Everything else is done using TEMPLATES and plugin mentioned above.


how to display % on link?


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 Post subject: Re: [INFO] Show off your Weathermaps.
PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:59 am 
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HI,

I am still trying to figure this spiral and round graphic..
I followed instructions provide .,..
If I need to get 100 routers around the cloud..

according to what you've mentioned:
angle= (360/number-of-things) * number-of-this-thing
X = center_x + distance*cos(angle)
Y = center_y - distance*sin(angle)


360/100*number-of-this-thing (what is number of this thing)

I was able to get the idea with below code:
# TEMPLATE-only NODEs:
NODE DEFAULT
MAXVALUE 100


# TEMPLATE-only LINKs:
LINK DEFAULT
BANDWIDTH 100M


# regular NODEs:
NODE c1
LABEL c1
POSITION 337 283

NODE rrr2
LABEL rrr2
POSITION c1 385r200

NODE rrr4
LABEL Node
POSITION c1 90r200

NODE rrr1
LABEL rrrr1
POSITION c1 45r200

NODE rrr3
LABEL rrr3
POSITION c1 360r200

NODE node03836
LABEL Node
POSITION c1 180r200

NODE node03979
LABEL Node
POSITION c1 270r200


# regular LINKs:
LINK c1-rrr3
NODES c1 rrr3



# That's All Folks!


But I need to guess angle value for next router. I thought with your calculation I can just add that number to angel for next node.

Also about link you did some logic if you can please explain that would be great.

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:53 pm 
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Hi Dionvdc
hoping you are still following this thread...or anyone you have got spiral some nice spiral/circular graph..
I got able to get graph but wonder how I get link's label shows data better... like Dionvdc got..

following in portion of my config:
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NODE rrr1
LABEL rrr1
ICON images/router_up.gif
POSITION VPLS10 90r300

NODE rrr1-1
LABEL rrr1-1
ICON images/router_up.gif
POSITION VPLS10 98r300

NODE rrr1-2
LABEL rrr1-2
ICON images/router_up.gif
POSITION VPLS10 106r300

NODE rrr1-3
LABEL rrr1-3
ICON images/router_up.gif
POSITION VPLS10 114r300

NODE rrr1-4
LABEL rrr1-4
ICON images/router_up.gif
POSITION VPLS10 122r300
LINK VPLS10-rrr1
NODES VPLS10:90r65 rrr1

LINK VPLS10-rrr1-1
NODES VPLS10:98r65 rrr1-1

LINK VPLS10-rrr1-2
NODES VPLS10:106r65 rrr1-2

LINK VPLS10-rrr1-3
NODES VPLS10:114r65 rrr1-3

LINK VPLS10-rrr1-4
NODES VPLS10:122r65 rrr1-4






dionvdc wrote:
My turn with images that represent one of our storage layout.
Setup used: cacti 0.8.7e, weather-map 0.97, monitor and thold.

Link have an infourl and overlib as do the switch endpoints, some links have an in/out infourl and overlib defined. Set link_bulge is used.
The monitor is to be used as an animated weathermap infourl/ overlib, but this is still an WIP.

The first two image configfiles are made with an xls file using previous posted file for the dashboard creation as example. The last two where created by hand.
The config (especially the radial images) files contain almost no Configuration Directives except many set hint values as almost everything is templated and defined in an include files.

The last two images use the same include file mentioned above for templates and a seperate one for the base layout. The base switches have an overlib and infourl to the radial images


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 Post subject: Re: [INFO] Show off your Weathermaps.
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:05 am 
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Hi anmomin1

Old account seems unrecoverable so I made a new one ;).

Stubbled on your request purely be accident as I haven't touched cacti or networkmap in ages.
Seems you got the circular bit figured out already, or do you still require help?

If its the latter, I might still have my old files which produced the config for those circles.
I'll have a look later on when I'm home.
If I find them ill share them.

So the labels in the routericons named rrr* you can push those outwards with an offset.
https://www.network-weathermap.com/manual/0.98/pages/config-reference.html#NODE_LABELOFFSET
You need to calculate the position though, I used a modified xls from the earlier pages (before my initial post) to make that easier.

BWSTYLE lets you adjust the BW numbers in the link too either be horizontal (classic and the default what you have) or angled (angled what I did in include files within template directives if memory serves me right. No need for calculations here as the labels should follow the links angle.


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 Post subject: Re: [INFO] Show off your Weathermaps.
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:38 pm 
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So found my old stuff.

Didn't find the time to cleanup to just answer you question so I'll post it all.
Im sorry for the wall of text and codeblocks
Note these files are 8/9 years old, perhaps stuff is incompatible with your version.
Note the files are geared for my understanding and a customers environment, if something is unclear I'm ready to answer to the extend I am able too but dont have access to this site anymore nor a working cacti/weathermap instance.

So to get the pictures as posted in https://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?p=189850#p189850 I use
    1) a global config which is included in each mapconfig
    2) a mapconfig for each map
    3) an xls sheet to built the map config

As said before I used the template directive a lot and nested them as well.

So lets start with the global config file, customer_global.conf. It has no actual nodes or links, just predefined stuff I might need in map files;
Code:
WIDTH 1100
HEIGHT 700
HTMLSTYLE overlib
FONTDEFINE 99 Tahoma.ttf 7
FONTDEFINE 98 Tahoma.ttf 8
FONTDEFINE 89 Arial.ttf 8
TIMEFONT 99
TITLEFONT 99
KEYFONT 99
SCALE DEFAULT 0 30   0 255 0   255 255 0 
SCALE DEFAULT 30 55   255 255 0   255 128 0 
SCALE DEFAULT 55 100   255 128 0   255 0 0
KEYPOS DEFAULT 0 0 Traffic Load
KEYSTYLE DEFAULT horizontal
SCALE FCPORT 0 0  128 128 128 unknown
SCALE FCPORT 1 1  0 255 0 online
SCALE FCPORT 2 2  180 80 0 offline
SCALE FCPORT 3 3  0 0 255 testing
SCALE FCPORT 4 4  255 0 0 faulty
SET link_bulge 1
SET screenshot_mode 0
SET customer_img_dir images/_CUSTOMER
SET rra_dir D:/WWW/cacti/rra
# TEMPLATE-only NODEs:
NODE DEF_ZW
   LABEL {node:this:name}
   LABELFONT 98
   LABELBGCOLOR none
   LABELOUTLINECOLOR none
   OVERLIBWIDTH 381
   OVERLIBHEIGHT 166
   OVERLIBCAPTION Details for {node:this:name}
   MAXVALUE 100
   USESCALE none

NODE DEV
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   ICON {map:customer_img_dir}/{node:this:host_icon}.png

NODE LOGO
   ICON 120 58 {map:customer_img_dir}/{node:this:host_icon}.png
   LABELOFFSET 0 -20
   LABELFONTCOLOR 255 255 255

NODE DEV-monitor
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   TARGET cactimonitor:{node:this:host_id}
   ICON {map:customer_img_dir}/{node:this:host_icon}_{node:this:state}.png

NODE DEV-monitor-single
   TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
   INFOURL /cacti/graph.php?rra_id=all&local_graph_id={node:this:graph_id}
   OVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={node:this:graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300

NODE DEV-monitor-singleWM
   TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
   OVERLIBWIDTH 249
   OVERLIBHEIGHT 247
   INFOURL /cacti/plugins/weathermap/weathermap-cacti-plugin.php?action=viewmap&id={node:this:weather_id}
   OVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/plugins/weathermap/weathermap-cacti-plugin.php?action=viewthumb&id={node:this:weather_id}

NODE FCPORT
   USESCALE FCPORT
   LABELOUTLINECOLOR 0 0 0
   LABELFONTCOLOR contrast
   INFOURL /cacti/graph.php?rra_id=all&local_graph_id={node:this:graph_id}
   OVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={node:this:graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300
   TARGET gauge:{map:rra_dir}/{node:this:host_id}/{node:this:state_rrd_id}.rrd:operstate:-

# TEMPLATE-only LINKs:
LINK DEF_ZW
   WIDTH 8
   BWFONT 99
   BWSTYLE angled
   BWOUTLINECOLOR none
   BWBOXCOLOR none
   OUTLINECOLOR none
   OVERLIBWIDTH 381
   OVERLIBHEIGHT 166
   OVERLIBCAPTION Details for {link:this:name}

LINK ETH-single
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   BANDWIDTH 1G
   INFOURL /cacti/graph.php?rra_id=all&local_graph_id={link:this:graph_id}
   OVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={link:this:graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300
   TARGET {map:rra_dir}/{link:this:host_id}/{link:this:rrd_id}.rrd:traffic_out:traffic_in

LINK FC-single
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   INFOURL /cacti/graph.php?rra_id=all&local_graph_id={link:this:graph_id}
   OVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={link:this:graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300
   TARGET gauge:{map:rra_dir}/{link:this:host_id}/{link:this:rrd_id}.rrd:swFCPortRxWords:swFCPortTxWords

LINK FC4G-single
   TEMPLATE FC-single
   BANDWIDTH 100M

LINK FC2G-single
   TEMPLATE FC-single
   BANDWIDTH 50M

LINK FC-dual
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   OUTINFOURL /cacti/graph.php?action=view&local_graph_id={link:this:out_graph_id}&rra_id=all
   ININFOURL /cacti/graph.php?action=view&local_graph_id={link:this:in_graph_id}&rra_id=all
   OUTOVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={link:this:out_graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300
   INOVERLIBGRAPH /cacti/graph_image.php?local_graph_id={link:this:in_graph_id}&rra_id=5&graph_nolegend=true&graph_height=100&graph_width=300
   TARGET gauge:{map:rra_dir}/{link:this:out_host_id}/{link:this:out_rrd_id}.rrd:-:swFCPortTxWords gauge:{map:rra_dir}/{link:this:in_host_id}/{link:this:in_rrd_id}.rrd:swFCPortTxWords:-

LINK FC2G-dual
   TEMPLATE FC-dual
   BANDWIDTH 100M

LINK FC4G-dual
   TEMPLATE FC-dual
   BANDWIDTH 50M

# logo node
NODE CUSTOMER
   TEMPLATE LOGO
   POSITION 543 35
   SET host_icon logo


So next is a map file for which I dont have an actual copy, so I generated a new one with a 12 port FC switch with the xls sheets and already spotted more directives, o well
Code:
# Generated by Cacti Weathermap.xls
INCLUDE customer_global.conf
TITLE Customer 12_PORT_SW
WIDTH 433
HEIGHT 430
TIMEPOS 5 427
KEYSTYLE DEFAULT horizontal 320
KEYPOS FCPORT 350 0 Port State
KEYSTYLE FCPORT tags
# End of global section
# regular NODEs:

NODE 12_port_sw
        TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
        LABELOFFSET 0 -10
        POSITION 216 240
        SET host_id 15
        SET host_icon B300
NODE 12_port_sw_1
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 1
        POSITION 12_port_sw 15r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1864
        SET graph_id 425
NODE 12_port_sw_2
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 2
        POSITION 12_port_sw 45r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1865
        SET graph_id 426
NODE 12_port_sw_3
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 3
        POSITION 12_port_sw 75r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1866
        SET graph_id 427
NODE 12_port_sw_4
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 4
        POSITION 12_port_sw 105r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1867
        SET graph_id 428
NODE 12_port_sw_5
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 5
        POSITION 12_port_sw 135r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1868
        SET graph_id 429
NODE 12_port_sw_6
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 6
        POSITION 12_port_sw 165r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1869
        SET graph_id 430
NODE 12_port_sw_7
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 7
        POSITION 12_port_sw 195r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1870
        SET graph_id 431
NODE 12_port_sw_8
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 8
        POSITION 12_port_sw 225r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1871
        SET graph_id 432
NODE 12_port_sw_9
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 9
        POSITION 12_port_sw 255r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1872
        SET graph_id 433
NODE 12_port_sw_10
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 10
        POSITION 12_port_sw 285r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1873
        SET graph_id 434
NODE 12_port_sw_11
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 11
        POSITION 12_port_sw 315r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1874
        SET graph_id 435
NODE 12_port_sw_12
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 12
        POSITION 12_port_sw 345r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1875
        SET graph_id 436
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_1
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:15r65 12_port_sw_1
        SET rrd_id 494
        SET graph_id 425
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_2
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:45r65 12_port_sw_2
        SET rrd_id 495
        SET graph_id 426
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_3
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:75r65 12_port_sw_3
        SET rrd_id 496
        SET graph_id 427
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_4
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:105r65 12_port_sw_4
        SET rrd_id 497
        SET graph_id 428
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_5
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:135r65 12_port_sw_5
        SET rrd_id 498
        SET graph_id 429
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_6
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:165r65 12_port_sw_6
        SET rrd_id 499
        SET graph_id 430
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_7
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:195r65 12_port_sw_7
        SET rrd_id 500
        SET graph_id 431
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_8
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:225r65 12_port_sw_8
        SET rrd_id 501
        SET graph_id 432
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_9
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:255r65 12_port_sw_9
        SET rrd_id 502
        SET graph_id 433
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_10
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:285r65 12_port_sw_10
        SET rrd_id 503
        SET graph_id 434
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_11
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:315r65 12_port_sw_11
        SET rrd_id 504
        SET graph_id 435
        SET host_id 15
LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_12
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:345r65 12_port_sw_12
        SET rrd_id 505
        SET graph_id 436
        SET host_id 15



So lets look at 1 node being the switch, the first switch port and the link between them
Code:
NODE 12_port_sw
        TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
        LABELOFFSET 0 -10
        POSITION 216 240
        SET host_id 15
        SET host_icon B300
NODE 12_port_sw_1
        TEMPLATE FCPORT
        LABEL 1
        POSITION 12_port_sw 15r180
        SET host_id 15
        SET state_rrd_id 1864
        SET graph_id 425

LINK 12_port_sw-12_port_sw_1
        TEMPLATE FC4G-single
        NODES 12_port_sw:15r65 12_port_sw_1
        SET rrd_id 494
        SET graph_id 425
        SET host_id 15


you see the templates
    1) TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
    2) TEMPLATE FCPORT
    3) TEMPLATE FC4G-single

Lets have a look at DEV-monitor in the global config, more nested templates is rinse repeat

Code:
NODE DEV-monitor
   TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
   TARGET cactimonitor:{node:this:host_id}
   ICON {map:customer_img_dir}/{node:this:host_icon}_{node:this:state}.png
##which is uses TEMPLATE DEF_ZW
NODE DEF_ZW
   LABEL {node:this:name}
   LABELFONT 98
   LABELBGCOLOR none
   LABELOUTLINECOLOR none
   OVERLIBWIDTH 381
   OVERLIBHEIGHT 166
   OVERLIBCAPTION Details for {node:this:name}
   MAXVALUE 100
   USESCALE none



Take the above templates and applied to the first node (being the switch) 12_port_sw

Code:
NODE 12_port_sw
        TEMPLATE DEV-monitor
        LABELOFFSET 0 -10
        POSITION 216 240
        SET host_id 15
        SET host_icon B300


Is the same when I created it as
Code:
NODE 12_port_sw
   LABEL {node:this:name}
   LABELFONT 98
   LABELBGCOLOR none
   LABELOUTLINECOLOR none
   OVERLIBWIDTH 381
   OVERLIBHEIGHT 166
   OVERLIBCAPTION Details for {node:this:name}
   MAXVALUE 100
   USESCALE none
        LABELOFFSET 0 -10
        POSITION 216 240
        SET host_id 15
        SET host_icon B300
   TARGET cactimonitor:{node:this:host_id}
   ICON {map:customer_img_dir}/{node:this:host_icon}_{node:this:state}.png


But since I try/tried to have it readable and reusable (again xls) I did not.

Some may have noticed the radial position and (center) offset already in the codeblocks.


Last edited by dionvdc2 on Thu Feb 21, 2019 1:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Re: [INFO] Show off your Weathermaps.
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 1:13 pm 
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Now this is the part I use excel.
The file is attached. Use at your own risk and feel free to modify it.
Credits to cjlove72. I used his example from https://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?p=173169#p173169

I modified his to suit my needs.
Some of his original explinations (see his post) do no apply (anymore) I didn't verify that

The switches table holds all info I needed.
If you are only interested in the redial positioning just look at the formulas in column H and I.

Code:
=VAST(360/64*B3-(360/128);0;0) & "r180" "####is the node position for example and in dutch, /64 because its a 64 port switch /128 as I didn't want it to start on 0 degrees r for radial 180 pxls offset


Link postion is same formula with "r65" attached, but adjust as you see fit in your env.

I prepopulated said sheet with ALL info need on ALL switches(cacti ids, templates, names etc.) and use that as source as i found that to be the quickest for me.

Next is the radialtable, this takes a subset of info from the switches table, only the first 2 (or 3 if you prefer) columns with copy past method.

If the radialtable is (partialy) populated the RadialConfigDefinitions is where you find the config for you particular weathermap.
Its a bit messy as it expect 64 ports and anything less either gives an error or empty/incomplete fields.

Columns of interest are A and F to the point of fields with an error, empty/incomplete.

Drop those in you map config and you should have a radial map .


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