The Klaytn team provides a site for monitoring the Klaytn CCN at http://cypress.klaytn.net:3000. The
telegraf monitoring agent is installed in each CN/PN of the CC to collect metrics and send them to the monitoring server. Once installed, you may visit the monitoring site to view the metrics of the Klaytn CCs.
The installation process is as follows:
telegraf in the CN/PNs
Telegraf Installation Guide (Amazon Linux 2 users, see below): https://docs.influxdata.com/telegraf/latest/introduction/installation/
Note for Amazon Linux 2
To install Telegraph on Amazon Linux 2, you may use InfluxData's RHEL 7 yum repo as follows:
cat <<EOF | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/influxdb.repo[influxdb]name = InfluxDB Repository - RHEL 7baseurl = https://repos.influxdata.com/rhel/7/\$basearch/stableenabled = 1gpgcheck = 1gpgkey = https://repos.influxdata.com/influxdb.keyEOF
You may confirm that the above two options are enabled by checking that port 61001 is open.
$ netstat -ntap | grep 61001tcp 0 0 :::61001 :::* LISTEN 8989/kcn
Configure Telegraf service
Copy the following file to the
telegraf configuration directory (
/etc/telegraf/telegraf.d/), and edit
hostname appropriately for each node:
[global_tags]# Change "cn" to "pn" for PN installationnodetype = "cn"# The CN/PN name (e.g. `example-cn`, `example-pn`)instance = "<hostname>"[agent]# The CN/PN name (e.g. `example-cn`, `example-pn`)hostname = "<hostname>"[[outputs.influxdb]]urls = [ "http://188.8.131.52:45560" ]database = "klaytn_cypress"[[inputs.prometheus]]urls = [ "http://localhost:61001/metrics" ]
Change the following in
Comment out the
$ systemctl restart telegraf
If each CN/PN has the above configuration and agent, you can check the metrics at the following URL:
As a CC operator, you may request an account by providing your company name and email address in the Slack channel. Please note that only CC operators are allowed to request a Grafana account.