Ganglia web 2.0 interface:

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Here you can  binary and source RPMs of the new Ganglia web 2.0 interface:
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My "enhanced" web interface for Ganglia version 3.1.X:


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Download of the enhanced Ganglia web-frontend for AIX systems:
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My "enhanced" web interface for Ganglia version 3.0.X:

If you have any comments regarding this web page please contact me at: michael@perzl.org

Please note: The packages here are provided  just for convenience reasons, no warranty whatsoever, use at own risk!!

If you run in any problems please drop me a note at michael@perzl.org so I can also notify you whenever updates are available. Thanks.

This is my enhanced version of the Ganglia web interface (v3.0.5 + SVN) which includes the following enhancements (details are below):
Download of the Ganglia web-frontend which includes these enhancements:
Once you have downloaded the tar.bz2 file above you have to replace the default Ganglia web pages completely with the contents of that file in the
DocumentRoot directory of your web server.
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If you want all the patches except the IBM POWER cpu_used statistics you'll find two shell scripts in the Ganglia web pages directory:
These little scripts do exactly what their names say :-) .
The default is to have the IBM POWER cpu_used statistics enabled.


Zoomable graphs:

When looking at the UC Berkeley Grid live Demo website I noticed that they implemented some nice graph zooming, i.e., when you click onto a single node metric graph or on one of the Grid overview graphs you get a nicely scaled bigger version of that graph. Of course, I wanted to have the same feature for my graphs, so I took a closer look at the generated HTML source and implemented that exact behavior.

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Jscalendar patch of Timothy D. Witham for selecting custom intervals for graph display

This patch of Timothy D. Witham enables the selection of customs intervals for graph display. It uses the DHTML jscalendar to select the start time and end time for the desired time interval.
This feature is available in cluster view mode and also in host view mode. Here is a screen shot if how it looks:
 
jscalendar integrated into Ganglia web interface



Custom graph patch of Alex Balk

This patch of Alex Balk adds the custom graph capability to the Ganglia web interface.



cpu_used statistics for IBM POWER systems

A cpu_used overview graph for the cluster_view template which - when clicked onto - produces a detailed cpu_used statistics graph for the whole cluster.

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