graphOra (Docker Image) – Oracle Real Time Performance Statistics

Hi All,

This is neto from Brazil

How are you?

graphOra (Rodrigo Nascimento and neto from Brazil – NetApp) is an application to collect performance counters from an Oracle database instance and printing them in the screen or sending them to Graphite/Grafana. Even if you don’t have a Graphite/Grafana server you can use graphOra to see real time performance data from an Oracle database.

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Steps:

Install Docker client and server – http://www.docker.com

Pulling the Docker image:

docker pull netofrombrazil/graphora

Preparing graphOra:

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docker run -ti netofrombrazil/graphora --host oracle-db --port 1521 --sid nfb1 --create    

Running graphOra:

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docker run -ti netofrombrazil/graphora --host oracle-db --port 1521 --sid nfb1 --interval 10 

Running graphOra with graphite:

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docker run -ti netofrombrazil/graphora --host oracle-db --port 1521 --sid nfb1 --interval 10 --graphite graphs-db --graph-port 2003


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NOTE: Using graphOra with the graphite option, we recommend to use hostnames instead of IPs as graphite is using “.” as the field separator for the naming schema.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at:

[rodrigon] at netapp dot com [neto,n,netofrombrazil] at netapp dot com

Rodrigo Nascimento – @logwriter neto from Brazil – @netofrombrazil

All the best,

neto
NetApp – I love this company!

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4 Responses to graphOra (Docker Image) – Oracle Real Time Performance Statistics

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  3. Kyle Hailey says:

    great job guys ! Here are my notes on installing Graphora and getting it going

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  4. Kyle Hailey says:

    great job guys ! Here are my notes on installing Graphora and getting it going

    http://datavirtualizer.com/graphora/

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