Unraid shell script for getting stats into Grafana

Continuing the documentation effort.  This is a shell script you run from Unraid in a cron job to feed stats to InfluxDB.  You can then present them in Grafana.  Note about that, I was having a lot of trouble getting the Grafana graphs to present correctly for anything coming from this script.  I had to […]

Telegraf mixed SNMP config

Following my previous post about Grafana, once everything is installed you’ll want to capture some data.  Otherwise, what’s the point.  Telegraf is a data gathering tool made by Influxdata.  It’s stupid simple to get working with InfluxDB.  After following the previous script, go to /etc/telegraf/ and edit telegraf.conf.  Near the top is the Output Plugins […]

Grafana on Ubuntu 16.04…easy, I think

Just went through setting up Grafana on Ubuntu 16.04 and thought I would grab the steps I went through.  I’m using a combination of Telegraf and some custom remote scripts to get data into InfluxDB. curl -sL https://repos.influxdata.com/influxdb.key | sudo apt-key add – source /etc/lsb-release echo “deb https://repos.influxdata.com/${DISTRIB_ID,,} ${DISTRIB_CODENAME} stable” | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/influxdb.list sudo […]

Grafana, Telegraf, Smokeping, oh my…

So, I’ve been working on something.  I keep seeing all of these very nice home lab dashboards on /r/homelab and I thought it would be useful to create one for myself.  I present to you, my home dashboard, which is hanging in the kitchen on an old iPad we weren’t using: Getting to this point […]

Aerohive issues

Just a quick reminder note about something I’ve run into with Aerohive a couple of times.  If you get too anxious and start changing the config and rebooting quickly, the APs will get confused and seem to go into a waiting period.  Things will behave oddly, and you’ll get error messages like “There’s an admin […]

Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LR in the house!

I’ve been having some trouble with my two Apple Airport Extreme’s in the house.  They are both a couple of generations old and I got them both used off of Ebay some years ago.  They’ve served me well and provided good throughput and signal coverage.  For some reason I can’t explain, in the last month […]

Busy, busy, busy

I’m loaded up pretty heavily on classes this semester.  I’m trying to finish up my BS in IS Management.  The workload as I get into 400 level classes has increased significantly.  I have a number of projects that have fallen to the side including: Learn and understand nRF24l01 radios for Arduino to RPi communication. Cobra […]

Stacking a Cisco 3750x into a plain 3750 stack

I’ve had all kinds of problems with this tonight. Luckily, none have affected the operating stack which is a pair of 3750’s. Not E’s or V2’s but original 3750’s. I’m trying to add a 3750X which is supposed to work just fine. I’ve done all kinds of things including about 10 different versions of 12.2.55 […]