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Soothsayer

Capacity exhaustion prediction from RRD files

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Predict if storage utilised will reach capacity within defined period (maximum 5 years), using recent historical data contained within RRD files (maximum -1 year). Produces HTML (or partial HTML) and, more importanly, a PNG RRD Graph showing the prediction and, should the capacity be reached, an annotation indicating when. Optionally email out exception notices.

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Features

  • Statistical extrapolation - will my storage fill up over the next N days/weeks/months?
  • Grapical representation
  • Alert notification by email
  • Easily published on a web site
  • Hundreds of servers can be checked in a few minutes
  • Easily scheuled in cron
  • Extends the capability of exising metric collection systems, eg Cacti, Groundworks,

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Intended Audience

System Administrators, Architects, Management

User Interface

Web-based, Command-line

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2014-01-15

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