[icinga-users] icinga-users Digest, Vol 23, Issue 4

Christian Moreno Moreno christian.moreno at idealo.de
Mon Nov 2 18:11:35 CET 2015


Hello Jan,

You dont need to have Graphite configured in the same host. You can enable
the graphite module in Icinga2 and configure other host.
We have configure 2 Master Icinga2 Nodes with the graphite module, and both
Nodes send the metrics to the Graphite Server.
You can install the graphite module for icingaweb2 (if you use it), and
configure it too with the Graphite Host. Then you can see directly the
Graphite metrics directly from Icingaweb2.

Regars,
Christian

Am Montag, 2. November 2015 schrieb :

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> Hi.
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> > Am 30.10.2015 um 12:09 schrieb Alexander Walker <a.walker at adito.de
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> > you can use pnp or graphite. You need to install graphite on the same
> host, where you running icinga2 and icinga-graphite-module (link bottom).
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> Are you sure Graphite has to be on the same host as icinga2 itself? I?m
> pretty sure it should be possible to use another host for this, but didn?t
> test.
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> Regards
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> Jan Dreyer
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> From: Vishnudev Karanathmana Sasi <vishnu.karanathmana at armedia.com
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> Subject: [icinga-users] Distributed Architecture - Multiple Hierarchy
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> Hello Guys,
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> The attached image shows what I want to achieve.
>
> ZoneA and ZoneB have their own individual satellite hosts and remote
> clients.
>
>
> 1.       Administrators belonging to ZoneA should be able to see status of
> metrics of clients in zoneA using a icingaweb2 instance running on
> SatelliteA
>
> 2.       Administrators belonging to ZoneB should be able to see status of
> metrics of clients in zoneB using a icingaweb2 instance running on
> SatelliteB
>
> 3.       Main administrator should be able to see all the details in
> icingaweb2 running on master host
>
> This means
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> *         SatelliteA should be master server for clientA, clientB and
> clientC;
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> *         SatelliteB should be master server for client1, client2 and
> client3;
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> *         SatelliteA and SatelliteB should be clients to main "master"
> server. Correct?
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>
> I have established top layer connectivity (i.e between master->satelliteA
> and master->satelliteB). It is working fine.
>
> Now I am not sure how to establish connection among satelliteA and
> clientA,clientB,clientC. Because I have already configured SatelliteA as a
> satellite node when configuring the top layer of architecture and now for
> this bottom layer connectivity, SatelliteA has to be a master. So how do we
> achieve this?
>
> Thank you
> Vishnu
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