Monitoring

pipeline status coverage report

Contributing

To run this tool localy, you will need:

Mongodb server

sudo apt-get install mongodb

On Ubuntu 16.04, this will install mongodb version 2.6 by default.

To check your mongodb server is correctly running:

sudo service mongodb status

PHP

The extension mongodb-1.4.4 (see below) is compatible with PHP 7.2 or older (thus NOT with PHP 7.3).

If you try with PHP7.3, you will encounter errors like

PHP symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/php/20180731/mongodb.so: undefined symbol: ZEND_HASH_GET_APPLY_COUNT

You can find the complete compatibility matrix at https://docs.mongodb.com/ecosystem/drivers/php/

PECL

sudo apt-get install php7.2-dev php-pear

Mongodb PHP extension

You will need mongodb-1.4.4:

sudo pecl install mongodb-1.4.4

To check if the correct version of mongodb extension is installed:

sudo pecl list

You will need php7.2-mbstring:

sudo apt-get install php7.2-mbstring

Edit php.ini (PHP configuration file) :

vim /etc/php/7.2/cli/php.ini 

In the dynamic extensions section, insert the following line :

extension=mysqli.so;

And to check that the extension is actually enabled and used by php:

php -i | grep mongo

Installation

In the monitoring directory :

composer install
touch storage/app/db.sqlite
cp env.dev .env
php artisan migrate
php artisan key:generate

To check your installation is correct, you can run the phpunit tests:

sudo apt-get install php-dom
./vendor/bin/phpunit

Frontend

npm install
npm run watch

Launch monitoring

php artisan serve

Then, see your monitoring interface at http://127.0.0.1:8000/

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