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@@ -124,29 +124,27 @@ On the compute:
[...]
-Platform components validation - Compass4nfv
---------------------------------------------
+Barometer post installation verification for Compass4nfv
+--------------------------------------------------------
-The procedure is similar to the above.
+For Fraser release, Compass4nfv integrated the ``barometer-collectd`` container of Barometer.
+As a result, on the compute node, collectd runs in a Docker container. On the controller node,
+Grafana and InfluxDB are installed and configured.
-The following steps describe how to perform a simple "manual" testing of the Barometer components:
+The following steps describe how to perform simple "manual" testing of the Barometer components
+after successfully deploying a Barometer scenario using Compass4nfv:
On the compute:
-1. Connect to any compute node and ensure that the collectd service is running. The log file
- ``collectd.log`` should contain no errors and should indicate that each plugin was successfully
- loaded. For example, ssh into a compute node and test:
+1. Connect to any compute node and ensure that the collectd container is running.
.. code:: bash
- $ ls /etc/collectd/collectd.conf.d/
- $ systemctl status collectd
- $ vi /var/log/collectd.log
+ root@host2:~# docker ps | grep collectd
- The following plugings should be found loaded:
- aodh, gnocchi, hugepages, mcelog, ovs_events, ovs_stats, cpu, interface, memory, disk, numa, virt, rrdtool
+ You should see the container ``opnfv/barometer-collectd`` running.
-2. Testing using mce-inject is similar to #2 shown above.
+2. Testing using mce-inject is similar to testing done in Apex.
On the controller:
@@ -156,8 +154,18 @@ https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/compass4nfv/Containerized+Compass#ContainerizedCo
.. code:: bash
- $ source ~/openrc
- $ gnocchi metric list
- $ aodh alarm list
+ root@host1-utility-container-d15da033:~# source ~/openrc
+ root@host1-utility-container-d15da033:~# gnocchi metric list
+ root@host1-utility-container-d15da033:~# aodh alarm list
+
+ The output for the gnocchi and aodh queries should be similar to the excerpts shown in the section above for Apex.
+
+4. Use a web browser to connect to Grafana at ``http://<serverip>:3000/``, using the hostname or
+IP of your Ubuntu server and port 3000. Log in with admin/admin. You will see ``collectd``
+InfluxDB database in the ``Data Sources``. Also, you will notice metrics coming in the several
+dashboards such as ``CPU Usage`` and ``Host Overview``.
- The output for the gnocchi and aodh queries should be similar to the excerpts shown in #3 above.
+For more details on the Barometer containers, Grafana and InfluxDB, please refer to
+the following documentation links:
+https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/fastpath/Barometer+Containers#BarometerContainers-barometer-collectdcontainer
+http://docs.opnfv.org/en/latest/submodules/barometer/docs/release/userguide/docker.userguide.html#barometer-collectd-image