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How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDBMongoDB?

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB?MongoDB

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!

How to show the ceilometer information in MongoDBMongoDB?

Hello!

I already installed the ceilometer of openstack in Ubuntu.I can see the meter-list (ex:ceilometer meter-list or alarm-list) in console.

I want to show the ceilometer information in MongoDB.

This is my MongoDB display:


ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ mongo 192.168.0.10

MongoDB shell version: 2.4.9

connecting to: 192.168.0.10/test

Server has startup warnings:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** WARNING: You are running on a NUMA machine.

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** We suggest launching mongod like this to avoid performance problems:

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten] ** numactl --interleave=all mongod [other options]

Tue Feb 2 14:55:44.820 [initandlisten]

-> show dbs

admin (empty)

ceilometer 0.203125GB

local 0.078125GB

-> use ceilometer

switched to db ceilometer

-> show collections

system.indexes

system.users


As I know, the collections of ceilometer should show some information (e.g., meter, resource, alarm, and project).

However, I cannot show the some information, only display two types (system.indexes and system.users).

But I do not know how I can resolve it. Can someone please prod me in the right direction?

Regards!