stacked traffic curves

  • 21 October 2022
  • 6 replies

Userlevel 1
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Hi there,

We have this stacked view from Cacti we want to migrate to Centreon and I am wondering how to do so.

Any tips?

ps: There are different interfaces from different hosts involved


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Userlevel 1
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I managed to sum metrics with meta service but I still want the stacked curves.

Userlevel 6
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I would say you can define manually the curve from the dedicated menu: 



Not sure how it will fit in your specific use case. 


Userlevel 1
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My concerns are rather related to how unite performances from different hosts than to stack them

Userlevel 6
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Then you should take a look at 


Userlevel 1
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@sims24 this pack seems to be perfect to my use case.

I tried to load it through Plugin Pack Manager but it is not visible.

I tried to install it manually and I got this output:

[root@op-centreon-web centreon-engine]# yum install centreon-pack-applications-monitoring-centreon-sql-metrics
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* base:
* centos-sclo-rh:
* centos-sclo-sclo:
* epel:
* extras:
* remi-php80:
* remi-safe:
* updates:
No package centreon-pack-applications-monitoring-centreon-sql-metrics available.
Error: Nothing to do

edit: nevermind, it was a license issue

Userlevel 1
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@sims24 really great plugin pack

I managed to perform these traffics into this graph inverting traffic IN curves from OUT

My issue is when I stack traffic out curves, they transverse to negative axis like this:

Shouldn't traffic out remain stacked at positive axis? Is this a case for bug report?