What is Ganglia?

Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids. It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. It leverages widely used technologies such as XML for data representation, XDR for compact, portable data transport, and RRDtool for data storage and visualization. It uses carefully engineered data structures and algorithms to achieve very low per-node overheads and high concurrency. The implementation is robust, has been ported to an extensive set of operating systems and processor architectures, and is currently in use on thousands of clusters around the world. It has been used to link clusters across university campuses and around the world and can scale to handle clusters with 2000 nodes.

Ganglia is a BSD-licensed open-source project that grew out of the University of California, Berkeley Millennium Project which was initially funded in large part by the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI) and National Science Foundation RI Award EIA-9802069. NPACI is funded by the National Science Foundation and strives to advance science by creating a ubiquitous, continuous, and pervasive national computational infrastructure: the Grid. Current support comes from Planet Lab: an open platform for developing, deploying, and accessing planetary-scale services.

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Ganglia welcomes Google Summer of Code students for 2014

Ganglia has been granted funding for five students in the 2014 Google Summer of Code

The names of the students chosen for the program were announced on 21 April and the official coding period has started this week.

The students are:

Project Student
Data science Plamen Dimitrov
NVIDIA GPU monitoring Md Ali Ahsan Rana
Ganglia/Nagios integration Chandrika Parimoo
JMXetric Ng Zhi An
Internal Ganglia metrics Oliver Hamm

and the mentoring team consists of Rajat Phull, Bernard Li, Nick Satterly, Robert Kovacs and Daniel Pocock.

The whole Ganglia community congratulates the students on their selection for GSoC this year and is very excited about working with them. We would also like to thank O’Reilly for generously providing the GSoC students with copies of the book Monitoring with Ganglia

If any other member of the community would like to assist formally or informally in the mentoring program, testing any of the projects or anything else please just get in touch with us through the Ganglia developers mailing list or #ganglia on freenode

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Google Summer of Code 2014: Ganglia offers opportunities in Data Science, Machine Learning, jQuery, JavaScript, Python

The Ganglia team is delighted to be a part of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) in 2014

We are currently looking to expand our team of mentors and we are enthusiastically looking to welcome students who want to contribute to the project.

Please see some of the following resources:

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Ganglia Web 3.5.12

Ganglia Web 3.5.12 has been released. Changes in this release are

Download the release from

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia-web/3.5.12/

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Ganglia Web 3.5.11 released

Ganglia Web 3.5.11 has been released. Changes in this release are

Download the release from

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia-web/3.5.11/

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Ganglia Web 3.5.10 released

Ganglia Web 3.5.10 has been released. Changes in this release are

  • Support adding cluster view graphs to views
  • Correct the issue where under certain circumstances aggregate graphs would omit random hosts

Download the release from

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia-web/3.5.10/

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Ganglia Core 3.6.0 released

Ganglia dev team is happy to announce release of Ganglia 3.6.0. Key features in this release are

Improvements

Bug fixes

You can download the latest release from

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia%20monitoring%20core/

Release notes can be seen here

https://github.com/ganglia/monitor-core/wiki/Release-Notes

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Ganglia Web 3.5.7 released

Ganglia Web 3.5.7 has been released. Previous version (3.5.6) omitted key files from packaging. This version corrects it

Download the release from

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia-web/3.5.7/

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Ganglia Web 3.5.6 released

Ganglia Web 3.5.6 has been released. Major changes are

  • Number of fixes to address XSS (Cross Site Scripting) issues
  • Enhancement to the host view if use option “metric_groups_initially_collapsed”. Clicking on metric groups dynamically loads images instead of reloading the page
  • Incorporate legend in the selection when doing Inspect graph

If you are using Ganglia Web on a publicly available site you are advised to upgrade as soon as possible.

Release notes can be found here

https://github.com/ganglia/ganglia-web/wiki/Release-Notes

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Ganglia 3.5.0 released

Ganglia dev team is happy to announce release of Ganglia 3.5.0. Key features in this release are

  • gmond uses a separate thread to service gmetad requests. This should improve performance
  • Updates to a number of core Python collection modules

You can download the latest release from

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia%20monitoring%20core/

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Ganglia Web 3.5.2 released

Ganglia Web 3.5.2 has been released. Major changes are

  • Fix for stacked graphs not showing after upgrading to 3.5.1
  • Inspect graph now uses AJAX calls to retrieve data which should help in situations where users use Basic authentication

You can find release notes here

https://github.com/ganglia/ganglia-web/wiki/Release-Notes

Download the release from

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ganglia/files/ganglia-web/3.5.2/

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