Simple grid views for your riemann events
Either download the jar file from the downloads section, or compile yourself
Compiling follows leiningen's SOP:
The resulting jar is good to go, I would advise running at a very
Xmx value, such as
Just run the resulting jar, it optionally takes the following arguments:
--listen: HTTP address to listen on
--listen-port: HTTP port to listen on
--riemann-host: Address where the riemann index lives
--riemann-port: Port the index listens on
--riemann-hosts: For multiple indexes, e.g. '--riemann-hosts server1.example.com:5555,server2.example.com:5757'
--environment: Enable some debugging if set to "development"
--help: display help and exit
This first release is rough around the edges, it was put together in about a day, please mind the following issues:
- Without a working connection at startup, the daemon will not launch
- Logging configuration has to be supplied with
- Optional authentication with github or google
- Retrying client
- Logging configuration
- WAR distribution support
- Dashboard mode
- Link to graphite
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