Install Glances, InfluxDB and Grafana to Monitor CentOS 7

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10 Responses

  1. paulflammes says:

    Why use 3 programs and a complicated flow of data instead of using netdata? Thanks in advance

  2. Jakob says:

    Thank you very much! I used it (with modifications) on Ubuntu 16.04.5: It works generally very well!

    But some data series aren’t displayed! To example disk I/O and the network RX/TX …

    Have somebody an idea how to fix this?

    Thank you!

  3. Max says:

    Process: 3043 ExecStart=/usr/bin/glances –config /home/admin/.config/glances/glances.conf –quiet –export-influxdb – -disable-ip (code=exited, status=2)
    Main PID: 3043 (code=exited, status=2)

    Aug 28 16:22:25 testmachine systemd[1]: Unit glances.service entered failed state.
    Aug 28 16:22:25 testmachine systemd[1]: glances.service failed.

    • Stephen says:

      Ye there’s a typo in there I had this as well.

      There’s a space between the 2 dashes at disable-ip and the config location assumes you are user ‘admin‘.

      Just remove the dashes and fix the username.

      ExecStart=/usr/bin/glances --config /home/YourUsername/.config/glances/glances.conf --quiet --export-influxdb --disable-ip

  4. Stephen says:

    Very interesting!
    Going to give this a go on debian.

    Thanks for the write-up :)

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