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FLAME FunctionaL Active Monitoring Environment. Authors:. RCMS PSI RAS , Pereslavl-Zalessky , Russia. The FLAME Monitoring System. Functions:. computation modules monitoring (CM); monitoring of the status of the system network’s links (for SCI); monitoring of logs of CM serial consoles;

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FLAMEFunctionaL Active Monitoring Environment


Authors:

RCMS PSI RAS,

Pereslavl-Zalessky,

Russia


The FLAME Monitoring System

Functions:

  • computation modules monitoring (CM);

  • monitoring of the status of the system network’s links (for SCI);

  • monitoring of logs of CM serial consoles;

  • visualization of controlled parameters (metrics);

  • automatic response to critical values of metrics (active monitoring);

  • CM state control by means of the service network.


FLAME: Monitoring Scheme

Configuration file:

  • has an XML format;

  • contains the description of the functions and intervals of computation reiteration;

  • assigns the structure of the XML files being composed and containing requested data.

The state of the whole system equals the result of computation of a given set of functions, each depending on a set of measurable values of controlled devices.

Sample function: the AND function of all system nodes.


FLAME: Monitoring System Structure (1/2)

Agents:

  • interact directly with the OS and the equipment,

  • can be launched on demand,

  • collect and transmit data to the manager.

    The Manager:

  • supports the dynamic database (metrics repository),

  • collects, processes, and cashes data,

  • transmits data to the console,

  • controls the state of CM through the service network,

  • automatically reacts to critical values of metrics.


FLAME: Monitoring System Structure (2/2)

The Console:

  • is a visualization and management tool,

  • queries the manager for the visualization data,

  • transmits CM control parameters to the manager,

  • grants the serial console for interactions with CM.

    The interaction protocol used are SNMP and HTTP.


FLAME: the Main Window of the Console


FLAME: CM State Representation


FLAME: the SCI Network Links State Representation


FLAME: Service Network Interface


FLAME: Serial Console Logs Monitoring (1/2)


FLAME: Serial Console Logs Monitoring (2/2)


FLAME:Computational Node Metrics


FLAME: CM Common Settings


FLAME: Individual Settings (1/3)


FLAME: Individual Settings (2/3)


FLAME: Individual Settings (3/3)


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