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My brand new enterprise 12TB HDD is making clicking and grinding noises while copying plots. Is this normal? Or is something wrong?
1 project | reddit.com/r/chia | 5 May 2021
Unclear if your reply meant you were interested but here it is: https://github.com/mjsr/chia-monitoring
Into my 6th year of this ... hobby?
1 project | reddit.com/r/homelab | 13 May 2022
As a matter of fact, I played with the now deprecated Elastiflow, however I couldn't get my head around managing ELK, scrapped it pretty quickly, and Netflow did not reach the meaningful stage at that time. OpenNMS looks pretty massive that I can't run it at the moment. Thanks for suggestion though.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 1 Mar 2022
One thing I ran for a while was security onion and utilized port mirroring to mirror the uplink port from my primary switch to my LAN on my router, so I was catching anything coming into/out of my network destined for internet. I've also used ElastiFlow ( https://github.com/robcowart/elastiflow ) which is absolutely phenomenal and awesome, I did the same and it provides some great data. You could also leverage IntelOwl ( https://github.com/intelowlproject/IntelOwl ) , one thing I have added to all my VMs is a OSSEC agent, Wazuh to be specific which is free ( https://github.com/wazuh/wazuh ) and while I am not using it to its full potential such as monitoring file deletions/modifications etc it is a powerful tool.
Linux Network Traffic Monitor
9 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxadmin | 20 Feb 2022
Monitoring all inter-VLAN traffic on 9410 switch?
1 project | reddit.com/r/Cisco | 21 Jan 2022
I'd recommend taking a look at Elastiflow (link is to the legacy version, I haven't used the pay structured tier version that replaced it) as a flow collector. Do it in a docker container, dump netflow to it, and use a sample rate that doesn't fill your collector box with flow packets after a single day. Depends on your traffic rates. We use 1 out of 250 for our rate.
Netflow bit rate and Interface Bit Rate
2 projects | reddit.com/r/networking | 19 Nov 2021
Network Traffic visualization
3 projects | reddit.com/r/networking | 11 Oct 2021
1 project | reddit.com/r/elasticsearch | 30 Sep 2021
Installation help, almost there.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/elasticsearch | 28 Sep 2021
Looks like that's deprecated, https://github.com/robcowart/elastiflow/ Any reason not to try the new one? https://docs.elastiflow.com/docs/2 projects | reddit.com/r/elasticsearch | 28 Sep 2021
Where as the newer version is (https://github.com/robcowart/elastiflow/) is called:
Netflow and vDS
1 project | reddit.com/r/vmware | 23 Sep 2021
Found this, I guess setup and send to it https://github.com/robcowart/elastiflow
What are some alternatives?
ntopng - Web-based Traffic and Security Network Traffic Monitoring
pfelk - pfSense/OPNsense + Elastic Stack
netdata - Real-time performance monitoring, done right! https://www.netdata.cloud
LibreNMS - Community-based GPL-licensed network monitoring system
Zabbix - Real-time monitoring of IT components and services, such as networks, servers, VMs, applications and the cloud.
loki - Like Prometheus, but for logs.
Sentry - Sentry is cross-platform application monitoring, with a focus on error reporting.
FastNetMon - FastNetMon - very fast DDoS sensor with sFlow/Netflow/IPFIX/SPAN support
vFlow - Enterprise Network Flow Collector (IPFIX, sFlow, Netflow)
Wazuh - Wazuh - The Open Source Security Platform
AS-Stats v1.6 (2014-09-12) - A simple tool to generate per-AS traffic graphs from NetFlow/sFlow records
goflow - The high-scalability sFlow/NetFlow/IPFIX collector used internally at Cloudflare.