There is another nice tool for ceph monitoring:

Little hard to setup but beside just monitoring you can also manage some items using it.


On 1/13/17 07:30, Tu Holmes wrote:
I'll give ceph-dash a look.

On Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 9:19 PM John Petrini < <>> wrote:

    I used Calamari before making the move to Ubuntu 16.04 and
    upgrading to Jewel. At the time I tried to install it on 16.04 but
    couldn't get it working.

    I'm now using ceph-dash
    <> along with the nagios
    plugin check_ceph_dash
    <> and I've found that
    this gets me everything I need. A nice looking dashboard, graphs
    and alerting on the most important stats.

    Another plus is that it's incredibly easy to setup; you can have
    the dashboard up and running in five minutes.


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    On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 12:06 AM, Tu Holmes <
    <>> wrote:

        Hey Cephers.

        Question for you.

        Do you guys use Calamari or an alternative?

        If so, why has the installation of Calamari not really gotten
        much better recently.

        Are you still building the vagrant installers and building

        Just wondering what you are all doing.



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