Greetings friends, it has been a while since I expanded the series of In Search of the Perfect Dashboard, but it has taken time to continue. Today I bring you a very interesting entry, which I really wanted to add to the series, it's about how to collect Pi-hole statistics.Once we finish all the steps, you should have a result similar to the following:As you may know, if you use Pi-hole, the default interface of the solution is given an air.
Greetings everyone, if you have followed this blog for quite some time, I am sure you have stopped by the blog entry about How to Monitor a vSphere Environment using Grafana, InfluxDB and telegraf. That blog post has tons of comments, and feedback from all of you around the Globe, which is great. Lately I've started receiving some comments about a common error that some of you have seen once deployed the solution, the error should say something like this:
Task Name: Remote View Manager, Status: The request refers to an unexpected or unknown typeAnd it will look this on the vSphere Client, thanks to Stuart Kennedy for the screenshot:This is due to an old telegraf version you might be using, and the solution it is quite simple, upgrade to the latest telegraf version.