Filters in JRDS

JRDS can manage quite a high number of nodes, but finding it's way within a long list of nodes can become difficult.

JRDS provides a way to create trees using only a subset of possible graphs, using filter.

A filter is defined by a xml document, as usual, giving

  • it's name
  • some tags, only hosts that matches all the tags will be displayed
  • some regex filtering graph's tree, any graph whose path match a regex will be displayed.

The doc type for a filter is

<!DOCTYPE filter PUBLIC "-//jrds//DTD Filter//EN" "urn:jrds:filter">

And the DTD is at github

All defined filters are shown in the tab “All filters”

For a graph to be displayed, it must meet two conditions :

  • all of the given tags must be in the host's tags
  • it's path must match one of the given paths.

For example, given the following filter configuration :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE filter PUBLIC "-//jrds//DTD Filter//EN" "urn:jrds:filter">
<filter>
    <name>x86 calculation servers</name>
    <tag>calc node</tag>
    <tag>x86</tag>
    <path>/Sorted by view/System/Memory/.*</path>
    <path>/Sorted by view/.*cpuraw.*</path>
</filter>

A tree called “x86 calculation servers” will be created, and it will display the memory usage and cpu usage for all servers that are tagged by both calc node and x86.

 
filters.txt · Last modified: 2015/04/24 11:51 by arachne     Back to top