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[Openstack] [gnocchi] Clarification what is a metric?


Never mind. It seems to be working now. I don't know what went wrong
earlier.


On 7/24/2018 1:23 PM, Bernd Bausch wrote:
> I have been under the impression that a metric associates a name and a
> resource. For example, all resources of type /instance/_//_have a /cpu
> /metric. Perhaps I am wrong. Who can explain it to me or, better,
> point me to an explanation?
>
> I want to create time series of temperatures in various places. There
> are already three resources of type generic named tokyo, osaka and
> frankfurt.
>
> Next step, each resource needs a metric named /heat/. So I try:
> gnocchi metric create --resource-id tokyo --archive-policy medium
> --unit celsius heat
> gnocchi metric create --resource-id osaka --archive-policy medium
> --unit celsius heat
> gnocchi metric create --resource-id frankfurt --archive-policy medium
> --unit celsius heat
>
> The first command succeeds. The two others don't:
> Named metric heat already exists (HTTP 409)
>
> Checking:
> gnocchi metric show --resource-id frankfurt heat
> Metric heat does not exist (HTTP 404)
>
> I also tried
>
> gnocchi metric create 37e04566-bcfe-52b6-81e3-371bdf71c813/heat
>
> but that creates a metric named
> /37e04566-bcfe-52b6-81e3-371bdf71c813/heat/ which is not associated
> with resource /37e04566-bcfe-52b6-81e3-371bdf71c813/.
>
> *What can I do to associate all three resources with metric **/heat/**?*

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