Tag: Graphite

Sep 21

Remove all negative numbers from your graphite graph

I’ve written a few bash and powershell script that  scrape various processes or interfaces in an effort to capture a value and calculate a rate, then store than in whisper (graphite’s DB).  I found though that due to some corner cases my script logic sometimes calculates negative values and sends them to graphite.  If your …

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Aug 06

True windows process cpu utilization percentage using powershell

Recently I had to write a powershell script that grabbed the CPU percentage of a process running on one of our servers so we could trend it.  I figured this would be super simple task.  To my surprise this was quiet a challenge.  I tried several different approaches including get-process and get-wmiobject.  Most of the usual commands …

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Jul 26

Windows + Powershell + Graphite = Awesomeness

Anyone that knows or works with me is very much aware of my love and excitement for Graphite.  At work we made the decision to use Graphite as our primary metrics solution moving away from a few paid and open-source solutions that weren’t scaling well.   Our environment consists of both Windows and Linux based OS’s.  Unfortunately most …

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