Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/Monitoring


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05/27/14 13:17:41 (5 years ago)
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    11== Login Access ==
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    3 1. Control and Compute Nodes:   The admin should have an rsa private key for the gram user.
     3__Control and Compute Nodes__:   The admin should have an SSH RSA private key for the gram user.
     4{{{
    45          ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa gram@<hostname/IP address>
     6}}}
    57
    6 2. Force 10 switch:  The switch can only be accessed from the control network, 10.10.8, which means login is only possible from the control or compute nodes. Alternately, use screen on the node that has the serial cable to get access to the console.
     8__Force 10 switch__:  The switch can only be accessed from the control network, 10.10.8, which means login is only possible from the control or compute nodes. Alternately, use screen on the node that has the serial cable to get access to the console.
     9{{{
    710          ssh gram@10.10.8.200
     11}}}
    812
    9 3. !PowerConnect 7048:  The switch can only be accessed from the control network, 10.10.8, which means login is only possible from the control or compute nodes. Alternately, use screen on the node that has the serial cable to get access to the console.
     13__!PowerConnect 7048 switch__:  The switch can only be accessed from the control network, 10.10.8, which means login is only possible from the control or compute nodes. Alternately, use screen on the node that has the serial cable to get access to the console.
     14{{{
    1015         ssh gram@10.10.8.201
     16}}}
     17
    1118== Monitoring Log ==
    1219
    13         There is a gram-mon daemon that puts a log in /var/log/upstart/gram-mon.log.   Relevant information from the gram snapshot is logged in a format for easier readability.  The upstart logging capabilities in terms of log management are utilized by the gram-mon daemon.
     20There is a gram-mon daemon that creates a log in /var/log/upstart/gram-mon.log.   Relevant information from the gram snapshot is logged in a format for easier readability.  The upstart logging capabilities in terms of log management are utilized by the gram-mon daemon.
    1421
    1522== Tools ==
    1623
    17         The gram-mon.py can be used to translate a vlan, mac, or ip address to relevant slice information.
     24The gram-mon.py can be used to translate a VLAN, MAC, or IP address to relevant slice information.
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    19         Usage: 
    20                 gram-mon.py -i <ipaddress>[[BR]]
    21                 gram-mon.py -m <macaddr>[[BR]]
    22                 gram-mon.py -v <vlantag>[[BR]]
     26 Usage: 
     27     gram-mon.py -i <ipaddress>[[BR]]
     28     gram-mon.py -m <macaddr>[[BR]]
     29     gram-mon.py -v <vlantag>[[BR]]
    2330
    24         Example Output:
     31 Example Output:
    2532{{{
    2633                               Figure 1