[collectd] Windows agent for collectd
rakosnicek at gmail.com
Sat Apr 15 10:07:36 CEST 2017
If SSC-Serv was open source then it would be possible to contribute
something to that, but it's not.
Perhaps the most promising application that I've come across thus far is
https://github.com/bloomberg/collectdwin (Apache licensed)
Some others that can be found on github:
https://github.com/ghetzel/wincollectd ("not functional!")
https://github.com/GregBrant/CollectN (no activity in 3 years)
https://github.com/perfwatcher/collectm (last activity 8 months ago)
I'm curious to know if others have come across other Windows ports of
collectd or apps that are a compatible source of data for it.
On 15 April 2017 at 17:15, Arthur Havlicek <arthurhavlicek at gmail.com> wrote:
> Don't take it for granted, by definition Windows platform is not favorable
> to open-source development and most open source communities I know develop
> for it as a secondary objective, not primary.
> Since you found some initiatives, maybe it's your role now to carry one of
> them up to your standards. I don't really support the "it doesn't fit, just
> throw" approach, even if you can't give time you probably can take time to
> raise issues, make a detailed report of things etc. and be generally more
> constructive than just take your free stuff and go away.
> Le 15/04/2017 à 08:27, Avalon .. a écrit :
> I don't see this in a recent thread but are there any recent versions of
> collectd available for Windows?
> Yes, I've looked at "SSC-Serv". Downloaded the free trial, ticked "Report
> CPU as percentage". What did I get? Jiffies. That's a pretty simple thing
> to be wrong so I'm kind of afraid of what else is broken. Looking at the
> mailing list archives for ssc-serv, since January 2016, there is one post
> in March 2016 and no more. To me it looks like "SSC-Serv" is dead. Next.
> Oh github I found "python-diamond" but the prospects of getting that
> working under Windows don't look very good (if user comments are anything
> to go by.) Next.
> There's another github project for windows called "collectm"
> (perfwatcher/collectm). Too much JSON and memory leak that balloons out to
> 2GB in 2 weeks. Think I'll skip that one. Next.
> What next? I don't know yet ... surely there must be at least one decent
> collectd agent for the Windows platform?
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