A Graylog stream dashboard that runs in your shell.
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This is a Graylog stream dashboard that runs in your shell. It is meant to be a perfect companion for example when performing a release on the main monitor and having the dashboard on the second monitor to keep an eye on errors and exceptions on your platform.
The dashboard should run on Linux and OSX. Please report any issues in the issue tracker.
$ npm install graylog-cli-dashboard -g
View the options:
$ graylog-dashboard --help Usage: graylog-dashboard.js [options]
Rest API Options: --server-url (Deprecated; use api-host, path, port) Full Graylog API URL --api-host Graylog API Hostname --api-port Graylog API Port [default: 9000] --api-path Graylog API Path [default: "/api/"] --api-protocol Graylog API Protocol [default: "https"] --username Graylog API Username --password Graylog API Password
Options: --stream-title Graylog Stream Title --poll-interval How often (in ms) to poll the Graylog server [default: 1000] --cred-file-path Path to an optional credentials file [default: "/Users/samuelreed/.graylog_dashboard"] --insecure If set, will not verify leaf certificates. --help Show help [boolean]
$ graylog-dashboard --stream-title "Production Webservers" --api-host graylog.example.org
Make sure to run this with a recent version (>= 4) of node.js.
If you wish, you may place a YAML file containing any of the above options at a path of your choosing. The default is
~/.graylog_dashboard. For example:
username: lennart password: sEcReT api-host: graylog.foo.com api-path: / api-port: 12900
If you do not provide this file, and do not provide required data via command options, you will be prompted.
Choose one from the list on the right side of the screen, or specify a
--stream-titlein the command.
You must have the
graylog-dashboardexecutable that gets installed by NPM in your
PATH. This is usually the case after installing NPM in the first place but the output of
npm installshould show you where it was installed if you cannot find it:
/usr/local/share/npm/bin/graylog-dashboard -> /usr/local/share/npm/lib/node_modules/graylog-cli-dashboard/graylog-dashboard.js # In this OSX example graylog-dashboard has been linked to the graylog-dashboard.js file in /usr/local/share/npm/... # Execute /usr/local/share/npm/bin/graylog-dashboard to try it out
Because this stuff looks like it is from space we suspect that people like to show it. Send us a photo of your dashboard running somewhere and we are more than happy to publish it here. Bonus points for messy desks or interesting stuff in the background.
This is a few helpful notes for all of us who do not regularly work with the node/NPM ecosystem and can't remember how to do stuff.
$ make version [major | minor | patch] $ make publish