brooklyn-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Alex Heneveld <>
Subject Re: Brooklyn server monitoring
Date Wed, 08 Jul 2015 14:46:53 GMT


Super idea.

I think we could show a few more things in the Server tab -- including 
the persistence subsystem status and any rebind issues -- but following 
the pattern you describe where these individual components have a 
sensor/effector api and use the same gui representation.


On 08/07/2015 15:37, Martin Harris wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I hit an issue with a customer installation where the disk had filled up as
> the nohup.out file created by the launch command in the docs had grown
> until it filled the disk. I've created a PR here[1] for this issue
> It was also suggested that it would be nice to have some way to indicate
> the issue (or other potential issue) in the GUI. I've did a quick spike
> here [2] of a mechanism for making this available via the REST API
> I was discussing it with @aledsage, and he suggested that some work had
> been done at some point to represent the Brooklyn server itself as an
> Entity. This would then allow us to follow the sensor-effector-policy
> pattern that we use for deployed blueprints. Anyone have any thoughts on
> this?
> As for how it would be displayed in the GUI, I think that simply adding it
> to the 'Application' list would be confusing, but we could add another
> top-level tab for 'Server', which would then have the usual 'Summary',
> 'Sensors', 'Effectors' etc tabs. Hopefully we could re-use some of the GUI
> code (@samcorbett, would this be practical?) and we could follow the same
> pattern for the API. Again, anyone have any thoughts on this?
> [1]:
> [2]:
> Cheers
> M

Cloudsoft Corporation Limited, Registered in Scotland No: SC349230. 
 Registered Office: 13 Dryden Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1RP
This e-mail message is confidential and for use by the addressee only. If 
the message is received by anyone other than the addressee, please return 
the message to the sender by replying to it and then delete the message 
from your computer. Internet e-mails are not necessarily secure. Cloudsoft 
Corporation Limited does not accept responsibility for changes made to this 
message after it was sent.

Whilst all reasonable care has been taken to avoid the transmission of 
viruses, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the 
onward transmission, opening or use of this message and any attachments 
will not adversely affect its systems or data. No responsibility is 
accepted by Cloudsoft Corporation Limited in this regard and the recipient 
should carry out such virus and other checks as it considers appropriate.

View raw message