First Look at RoseNMS screens

More work has gone into the various GUI screens for RoseNMS. While still early days, these screenshots give an idea of the final program.

Host Map

The maps have been updated and now just use CSS for layout, rather than hard calculating the coordinates using javascript. This gives a cleaner and more fluid look to the maps. Hovering over the map item will show more details about the item. There are maps for hosts (shown) as well as attributes.

Attribute View with information, graph and events
Attribute View with information, graph and events

Attribute details show some information about the attribute, the default graph and the events. Clicking on the more button above the graph takes you to the graph page for that attribute.

Graphs

Finally the graph handling is completely re-written with the concept of graph templates. These are basic types of graphs. The one shown is the basic “lines” template that shows… lines! Only things required are the RRD data source, the multiplier, the legend and how you want the units shown. From that the program builds all the required VDEFs and CDEFs.

props-ng 3.3.8

Procps-ng 3.38 was released yesterday.  Besides the bug fixes,there have been two main enhancements: NUMA and systemd support.

top comes with NUMA support which is a soft dependency, meaning that if compilied with the support, top will try to link at runtime to libnuma. The new key presses are ‘2’ and ‘3’ which will show the Nodes or more detail about a specific node respectively.

ps has two new output columns; unit and uunit. These permit ps to display the systemd unit and user unit fields.  The systemd support is a
hard dependency which is enabled with –with-systemd

 

procps-ng is available from gitorious or sourceforge:

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itools is back

My last post I said that I had to remove my internet query tools due to some bugs that were a concern.  Some of the code was hard to maintain and probably had holes and I had noticed that it looped at times.

I’m happy to say that I have restored some of those tools now, still located at http://enc.com.au/itools

This code is completely re-written in Python using the TurboGears toolkit which means it is a lot cleaner in how it works and how it looks.  Some of the lookup tables use a database rather than an array for ease of updating and querying.  The downside is the backends will take time.  It currently only does nslookup queries and whois only works for IPv4 addresses. The domain name queries will be a while off as these are the most complicated to handle. To give you an idea, all IPv4 and IPv6 address information comes from 5 sources with two formats while domain names come from over 200 sources with about 40 formats.  This means the information from Regional Internet Registries will be done first.

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