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Re: querying multiple backends at once, as if they were a single instance
That's exactly what Graphite is designed to do. You can run a single
Graphite "frontend" that reads from all of the "backend" Graphite
instances. You'll want to set the CLUSTER_SERVERS in local_settings.py
on the frontend server.
There's some good information online:
I'm also going to be covering Graphite scalability at depth in Chapter
10 of my book, but that specific content is still a ways out.
On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 06:30:12PM -0800, Florin Andrei wrote:
> There's an environment with several VPCs in the cloud where I may
> have to provide each VPC with its own local Graphite server, and
> have all instances within a VPC send metrics only to that server.
> That's fine. All VPCs will have the exact same data structure within
> Graphite (same paths).
> But is there a way to... collate? federate?... have all these
> servers be queried at once from outside, as if they were a single
> Graphite instance? Obviously, each individual server would have to
> live under a separate root on the device that performs the
> Could graphite-web be configured like that, pointing at separate
> graphite backends, and placing each backend under its own root?
> Florin Andrei
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