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[Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

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1 hour ago, mrbilky said:

Is netdata really updating every day for the last 3-4 days?

Mine updates twice a day.

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2 hours ago, wgstarks said:

Mine updates twice a day.

Yes, the docker got updated a lot lately.

https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata/builds/

This template just follows the docker build. And I think that build follows the commits on netdata.

 

But do you really need to have the most up to date version all the time?

Just set it to auto update once a day and forget about it.... 

(At least this is my approach)

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8 hours ago, roland said:

Yes, the docker got updated a lot lately.

https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata/builds/

This template just follows the docker build. And I think that build follows the commits on netdata.

 

But do you really need to have the most up to date version all the time?

Just set it to auto update once a day and forget about it.... 

(At least this is my approach)

Great just thought it was unusual I just updated to 6.6.0 rc2 and thought I may have had something break

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Would it be possible to have a path setting in the docker when you install it to redirect the log files to a location outside of the docker image?

 

I know that the netdata.cfg file can be edited (using the regular app) to dictate where the log files go.

 

But this would make it easier to change their location.  Unless, of course, someone can give me the easy steps to change them within the docker container to point to a location outside of the docker image.

 

Thanks!

 

edit: fixed a spelling error

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Just installed netdata and looking at the options and settings. I wonder how do you display the /proc/mdstat report/plugin? I looked in the conf file but didn't see any reference to mdstat. It does appear that the plugin is installed as part of the netdata package and docker.

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Hey guys, new user here. 

I would like this dashboard, but I am not quite comfortable of adding it, as I do not quite have control over variables and logs etc. 

I installed latest unraid, what do I need to (and how) add to have netdata running without worrying of it crashing or overpopulating logs etc?

Is it just "install and go"? I read I should add this parameter --log-opt max-size=50m --log-opt max-file=1, where do I add it, I get these fields when I wish to add variable (I think that is what I wish):

Config Type: Variable 

Name:

Key:

Value:

Description:

 

What do I put as key, and what as value? Is it two variables, or how to add this parameter? Anything else I should set up?

I basically want to see how much cpu does each container use.

Thanks!

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Just set limit docker log size in settings docker.

Then install the app as is without any changes

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First off, this is a really helpful docker, thanks for creating and maintaining it! To make it perfect for me, I'd like to enable email notifications of alerts, but can't figure out where to start. Any ideas?

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Now that Unraid supports Nvidia GPu passthrough, it can be enabled by running echo "nvidia_smi: yes" >> /etc/netdata/python.d.conf in the console of this docker.

 

Can you instead enable the nvidia_smi in the above config file for us, so we don't have to do this after every update?

 

That would be excellent!

 

@roland

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Morning All, I assume this has been asked in the past, but I'm unable to find any information on it, I have a PC in my house that I use as a media server, would it be possible to monitor this machine under the same instance in this container? Is there a plugin, or equivalent windows service?

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7 hours ago, karldonteljames said:

Morning All, I assume this has been asked in the past, but I'm unable to find any information on it, I have a PC in my house that I use as a media server, would it be possible to monitor this machine under the same instance in this container? Is there a plugin, or equivalent windows service?

No, netdata does not at this time provide any Windows support.

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