Karma - Readme
To get started with karma, first edit a config file. For starters, use the basic.conf file. Edit it for the databases you'd like to connect to.
Next set the
$KARMA_HOME environment variable. This specifies
where karma will look for the karma.conf file (otherwise it will look in
the current directory). Also, karma will store the .karma.pid, and
.karmafifo files here.
Next start karmad running. You can use the -h option for help, or just start it like this:
See the quickstart document for more information about getting started. See the config guide for information on configuration of karma in general, and the karma.conf file in particular. See the install guide for more info on installation.
start, stop, and query a running karmad daemon. use -h option for help
main karma utility. You probably won't run this directly.
common code for karmad, karmactl, and karmagentd.
Run this on each target machine for which you want to monitor the alert.log and OS stats.
This is the simplest of karma config files. Edit it to get started.
This config file demonstrates how to use preference groups with karma.
A well documented fully featured karma config file.
images needed by the html files
directory containing static html help files
directory which will contain more info files, giving information about the particular statistic, and it's status.
Online html documentation for karma.
auxillary sql script for creating a special read-only ``karma'' user to run the tool as.
auxillary sql script for creating additional objects KARMA_ALERTLOG_ERRORS, and KARMA_OS_STATS for collecting info on the database server
This is the document root where your html files will be generated. If you're going to use karma with a webserver, put this in your web doc_root, perhaps naming it karma. Use the -k option to karmactl to specify it's location, or the doc_root directive in your config file.