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Loki: like Prometheus, but for logs. Loki is a horizontally-scalable, highly-available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is designed to be very cost effective and easy to operate. It does not index the contents of the logs, but rather a set of labels for each log stream. Download the local-config.yaml file from https://github.com/natcoso9955/unRAID-docker/blob/master/configs/loki/local-config.yaml before you start the container. Will need to be placed into your Host Path 1 directory.

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Promtail is an agent which ships the contents of local logs to a private Loki instance or Grafana Cloud. It is usually deployed to every machine that has applications needed to be monitored. It primarily: Discovers targets Attaches labels to log streams Pushes them to the Loki instance. Currently, Promtail can tail logs from two sources: local log files and the systemd journal (on AMD64 machines only). Promtail supports receiving IETF Syslog (RFC5424) messages from a tcp stream: (https://github.com/grafana/loki/blob/v1.5.0/docs/clients/promtail/scraping.md#syslog-receiver) NOTE: Download the config.yml file from https://github.com/natcoso9955/unRAID-docker/blob/master/configs/promtail/config.yml before you start the container. Will need to be placed into your Host Path 1. More info: https://github.com/grafana/loki/blob/master/docs/clients/promtail/configuration.md

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This tool will continuosly run Speedtests at the chosen interval and export the data to InfluxDB. <br> <br> What makes this different is that it's using the Ookla CLI tool which provides some expanded details that you can use to tag your Influx Data. <br> <br> An example of the dashboard I made in Grafana can be found at https://grafana.com/grafana/dashboards/13053. <br> <br> <strong> This container only includes the scripts to run the speedtests and export to Influx. InfluxDB must be installed seperatly. I welcome feedback or additional improvements. Please open an issue on the project page. </strong><br>

SpeedtestforInfluxDB

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Cloud, Network ServicesWeb

A speedtest docker container that forwards the data to influxDB. Download the config.ini file from https://github.com/barrycarey/Speedtest-for-InfluxDB-and-Grafana/blob/master/config.ini before you start the container.

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Collect ALL UniFi Controller, Device and Client Data - Export to InfluxDB or Prometheus. Visualize with Grafana using included dashboards IMPORTAT! ACTION REQUIRED As of UniFi Poller version 2 all of the environment variables and config file format changed. You must reconfigure this container after you upgrade READ THE INSTRUCTIONS https://github.com/unifi-poller/unifi-poller/wiki/Configuration

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Varken requires influxdb and grafana. Deploy those containers first. Dutch for PIG. PIG is an Acronym for Plex/InfluxDB/Grafana Varken is a standalone command-line utility to aggregate data from the Plex ecosystem into InfluxDB. Examples use Grafana for a frontend You must edit the varken.ini file in /mnt/user/appdata/varken.