Displaying Server IP Address on Netdata Cloud

  • Staff

    Hey @Dongdong-zheng,

    Thank you for the suggestions! I will be tagging our product team so that they can take a look @dimitrism @Manos-Saratsis ! The feedback that you provide is more than valuable.

    It would be great if you could share more your use-case . The more information we have, the better we can understand your point-of-view and make the propper additions to our roadmap.

    Please, do continue sharing any thoughts that you deem valuable.


  • Staff

    @Dongdong-Zheng it’s a valid comment. We will work on this, part of our plan is to show Network Interface and Disk information on the node tooltip.

  • @Dongdong-Zheng thank you for your feedback. Would assigning an alias to a node name work for you, instead of changing the actual node name ?

  • @Manos-Saratsis @dim08, Thank you for your prompt reply. Assigning alias sounds a good workaround. I actually have been thinking of having an editable “note” or “tag” field for each node will help.

    In the case of having one hundred nodes under one war room, it would be very important for users to be able to quickly identify a server by the terminologies in his/her own world.

    Just my 2 cents

  • @Dongdong-Zheng thank you for your feedback. One more question please, will you be willing to participate in an early beta test for this feature sometime in the future?

  • @dim08, thank you for your kind invite. I’m happy to be part of your early test initiatives. I hope you won’t mind if I have to concede that I am not very tech savvy so my feedbacks will probably be at kindof dummy -user level. 😛

    BTW, for the ‘showing node ip address’ and ‘adding node alias’, are you aware of any possible timelines that we can reasonably expect?

  • Morning @dim08, @Manos-Saratsis,

    I have added two handful of servers to my cloud console, so I might be able to share a bit more feedback in the coming days.

    At first glance, it seems that all the nodes are sorted by ‘node name’ in war room. It would be handy if cloud allows users to sort nodes by other contexts (e.g. CPU, RAM, DISK, TRAFFIC…)

    At the moment, context ‘net.net’ displays traffic through all network interfaces. In my case, I typically have 3 to 5 interfaces but I only care about one or two of them. Is it possible to allow users to have some level of flexibility of choosing which interface to be shown in war room (assuming net.eth0, net.eth1, etc)?


  • Staff

    @Dongdong-Zheng at the moment you can group nodes by Service or Alarm status

  • @Manos-Saratsis, Thank you for your reply. Can you please enlighten me a bit more on how “service” is defined on Cloud so I can try it out? Sorry that don’t know whether I can post screenshot here, but at the moment cloud says “No Services” on top of my list servers. I’m assuming I need to manually edit somewhere to associate service to each of my servers?

  • @Dongdong-Zheng you may want to dig into the subject of collectors in order to get a feel of how you may get services shown in Netdata Cloud. Several services & applications are auto-discovered, so whenever you install them in a server that is in cloud, a restart of the netdata service will result in the service being shown in cloud (eg: you may try with an Apache server, squid or MemCached). In other cases, you might need some extra configuration of the collector, for which you 'll find support in the rich documentation. Hope you enjoy it!

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