We have a basic uWSGI web server and a monitored playground to watch over it while we experiment with uWSGI configurations.
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A while ago, I created a component that can write to InfluxDB 2.0 from Dapr. This component is now included in the 0.10 release. In this post, we will briefly look at how you can use it.
This video should users how to: login into a asp.net (aspx) based website; parse web page data to collect information of interest; insert collected data into influxdb; and visualize data into grafana charts.
In early 2020 a new feature was added to the PowerEdge 14G servers called “Telemetry Streaming’. This feature makes it possible to send a continuous stream of telemetry containing in-depth information about the state of the server and its various components including, but not limited to, the following…
My philosophy for home automation from the start has been that the best UI is no UI, meaning that I just want things to work automagically. I don’t want to fiddle buttons or software on a day-to-day basis. Sensors and automations should do most of the work.
A couple of weeks ago I saw someone posted an article on on the LinuxServer discord describing how to send geo data statistics from Nginx to InfluxDB. I have seen similar articles in the past and I always wanted to try it out, and because adding new dashboards to Grafana is always fun 🙂
A couple of weeks ago I saw someone posted an article on on the LinuxServer discord describing how to send geo data statistics from Nginx to InfluxDB. I have seen similar articles in the past and I always wanted to try it out, and because adding new dashboards to Grafana is always fun.
Process historians are used to gather high-resolution sensor data from industrial controllers like PLCs and SCADA systems. Once the data is collected, it is available for further processing and query building. This blog post describes the use of Flux, a new language for querying InfluxDB, the time series database behind Factry Historian.
In my last post, I wrote a basic SNMP poller using python easysnmp module. To make it more practical and industry ready I have further enriched it with the following.