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funnel - An easy way to fetch aggregate metrics from various sources, and transport them into StatsD

  •    Javascript

An easy way to fetch aggregate metrics from various sources, and transport them into StatsD. Support for additional sources is always welcome.

rpi-battery-monitor - Monitor battery voltage from a Raspberry Pi

  •    Rust

This project monitors the voltage and, indirectly, charge status of a 12 volt lead-acid battery, e.g. a car starter battery or a marine deep-cycle battery. The voltage readings are sent to a Raspberry Pi where you can plot them, set up alerts, send them over the network or do anything else you want. This sort of thing has been done many times before, but you might find my approach interesting. The load is just whatever you're powering from the battery. In my case I'm powering the RPi itself from the battery, through a car-style USB power adapter. But that's not essential to the operation of the circuit, as long as all the grounds are tied together.

metriks - [UNMAINTAINED] A lightweight server graphing framework

  •    Javascript

I might revisit this hobby project in the future, but I currently do not have time to maintain this. metriks.io is a time-series graphing tool that runs on servers. if you can output a number, metriks will create a beautiful graph for you. it builds on top of 'ancient' rrdtool which has proven to work well in production. metriks tries to limit infrastructural dependencies and features in order to provide a robust and pleasant experience for simple graphing needs.

ansible-role-munin - Ansible Role - Munin


Installs munin, a monitoring system, on RedHat/CentOS or Debian/Ubuntu Linux servers. If you are running a RedHat-based distribution, you need to install the EPEL repository, which can be simply installed via the geerlingguy.repo-epel role.

ansible-role-munin-node - Ansible Role - Munin node


Installs munin-node, a monitoring system endpoint, on RedHat/CentOS or Debian/Ubuntu Linux servers. If using RedHat/CentOS, make sure you have the EPEL repository installed prior to using this role (you can install it using the geerlingguy.repo-epel role).

munin-plugins-gitlab - Munin-plugins for monitoring a GitLab instance

  •    Python

This is a collection of plugins for monitoring your GitLab instance with Munin. These plugins are developed for and tested with GitLab versions >= 8.0.0. Maybe some plugins may work with older GitLab instances, but there's no support for occuring bugs or errors.

munin-elasticsearch - Munin plugin for monitoring Elasticsearch 5

  •    Ruby

A Munin plugin for monitoring Elasticsearch nodes. Written in Ruby, depends on JSON gem. Compatible with Elasticsearch 5.x and 6.x.

munin-bitcoin - Munin plugins for Bitcoin Core

  •    Shell

Copy the bitcoind_* scripts to /etc/munin/plugins. If you're using SELinux, don't forget to chcon them properly.

netdata - Dockerfile for building netdata

  •    Shell

Dockerfile for building and running a netdata deamon for your host instance. Netdata monitors your server with thoughts of performance and memory usage, providing detailed insight into very recent server metrics. It's nice, and now it's also dockerized.

munin-nginx_request_time - Munin plugin for nginx request time

  •    Perl

munin-nginx_request_time plugin needs Statistics modules.

temperx - Tools for the TEMPerHUM/TEMPerX USB dongle (413d:2107)

  •    Go

These tools will only work for TEMPerHUM/TEMPerX USB devices with ID 413d:2107. Mine identifies itself as "TEMPerX_V3.1".

cheatsheets - Quick and dirty (read: effective) administration


When you find this helpful, you could buy me a coffee. Keeping me properly caffeinated accelerates things. And it would really make my day. Kindness of strangers and all that. If you can't or won't, no hard feelings. It's available completely free for a reason. Still, it would be awesome.

muninlite - MuninLite is a standalone shell script implementing the Munin protocol and containing a few basic plugins out of the box

  •    Shell

MuninLite is a standalone shell script implementing the Munin protocol and containing a few basic plugins out of the box. It can run as an inetd-based service over TCP or a simple executable script communicating via stdin/stdout. The latter does not require root privileges.

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