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ui: catalog of timeseries charts #40218

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commented Aug 26, 2019

This was a request from Spencer long, long ago. This PR essentially just adds a front end experience to a server endpoint I created in #27505.

The idea here is that it's hard for users who aren't intimately familiar with a subsystem to know which metrics would be appropriate to look at for potential issues. By hand-curating an artisanal list of subsystems, metrics, and chart presets, we can introduce a little bit of transparency during the debugging process.

The UX here is that clicking any link brings you to the custom chart page with all of the requisite data pre-filled to give you a chart (or set of charts), which will ostensibly help you understand how that subsystem is performing.

Individual charts are all specified with a bullet (i.e. in a <ul>) while clicking a header will render all of the charts that are under its "overhang"--the dotted line above the header.

Here's a screenshot of the page for reference.

Screen Shot 2019-08-26 at 2 58 07 PM

The page that renders after a link click is, like I mentioned, just the custom charts page.

Release note (ui): Added a predefined catalog of timeseries charts to help troubleshooting at /#/debug/chart-catalog

ui: catalog of timeseries charts
Release note (ui): Added a predefined catalog of timeseries charts to help troubleshooting at <Admin UI URL>/#/debug/chart-catalog

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