This is the README file for Zabbix-Reporter, a responsive Zabbix Dashboard.
Zabbix-Reporter provides a responsive HTML5/CSS Zabbix Dashboard.
Please have a close look at the Plugins in the namespace Zabbix::Reporter::Web::Plugin and the coresponding documentation in conf/zreporter.conf.dist. Please not how the Plugin names are mapped to the appropriate configuration keys.
This section describe how to install this packages. Please see the next section on how to set ip up and get it running.
This package is available from CPAN. You can install it using your standard CPAN client, e.g.
cpan install Zabbix::Reporter
Although I'd recommend using distribution packages and installing those.
From Debian Packages
There are packages for Debian (squeeze and wheezy) as well as Ubuntu LTS (precise).
echo "deb http://packages.gauner.org/ squeeze main contrib non-free" >>/etc/apt/sources.list wget -q -O- http://packages.gauner.org/C85AEFAC.key | apt-key add - apt-get update apt-get install libzabbix-reporter-perl
This package uses Dist::Zilla.
to create a release tarball which can be unpacked and installed like any other EUMM distribution.
Once the package is installed you need to set up some kind of PSGI adapter to make the application accessible. This documentation will show one way of doing that using Apache and Starman but you can use any PSGI adapter and webserver you like.
Install starman and make it listen on e.g. port 5001 and serve the PSGI file at /usr/bin/zreporter-web.psgi.
Then create a new apache vhost that contains the required proxy settings:
Allow from all ProxyPass http://localhost:5001/ ProxyPassReverse http://localhost:5001/
After starting startman and restarting Apache the application should be available at http://localhost/zreporter/.
Please see perldoc Zabbix::Reporter.
The following resources may prove helpful when dealing with the Zabbix database schema: