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Problem this snippet solves:

This script generates BIG-IP performance graphs.

How to use this snippet:

usage: stats.py [-h] -s SYSTEM -u USERNAME

Code :

#!/usr/bin/env python

'''
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Required Modules:
    numpy
    matplotlib
    dateutil
    pyparsing
    suds
    bigsuds
    csv
    time
    base64
    argparse
    getpass
'''
__author__ = 'rahm'


def graph_memory(csvdata):
    timestamp, total_mem, os_used, tmm_alloc, tmm_used, swap_used = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=total_mem, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, total_mem, 'k-', label="Total Memory")
    plt.plot(timestamp, tmm_used, 'r-', label="TMM Used")
    plt.plot(timestamp, tmm_alloc, 'c-', label="Tmm Allocated")
    plt.plot(timestamp, os_used, 'g-', label="OS Used")
    plt.plot(timestamp, swap_used, 'b-', label="OS Used Swap")
    plt.legend(title="Context", loc='upper left', shadow=True)
    plt.title('Global Memory')
    plt.ylabel('GB')
    plt.show()

def graph_cpu(csvdata):
    timestamp, cpu_util = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=cpu_util, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, cpu_util, 'r-', label="CPU")
    plt.title('CPU Utilization')
    plt.ylabel('%')
    plt.show()

def graph_active_connections(csvdata):
    timestamp, conns = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=conns, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, conns, 'r-', label="conns")
    plt.title('Active Connections')
    plt.ylabel('conns')
    plt.show()

def graph_new_connections(csvdata):
    timestamp, client_conns, server_conns = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=client_conns, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, client_conns, 'g-', label="client")
    plt.plot(timestamp, server_conns, 'r-', label="server")
    plt.legend(title="Context", loc='best', shadow=True)
    plt.title('New Connections')
    plt.ylabel('conns/s')
    plt.show()

def graph_throughput(csvdata):
    timestamp, client, server, compression = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=client, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, client, 'g-', label="client")
    plt.plot(timestamp, server, 'r-', label="server")
    plt.plot(timestamp, compression, 'c-', label="compression")
    plt.legend(title="Context", loc='upper center', ncol=3, shadow=True)
    plt.title('Global Throughput')
    plt.ylabel('Mb/s')
    plt.show()

def graph_http_requests(csvdata):
    timestamp, requests = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=requests, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, requests, 'r-', label="requests")
    plt.title('HTTP Requests')
    plt.ylabel('req/s')
    plt.show()

def graph_ramcache_util(csvdata):
    timestamp, hit_rate, byte_rate, eviction_rate = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=hit_rate, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, hit_rate, 'k-', label="Hit Rate")
    plt.plot(timestamp, byte_rate, 'c-', label="Byte Rate")
    plt.plot(timestamp, eviction_rate, 'r-', label="Evict Rate")
    plt.legend(title="Context", loc='best', shadow=True)
    plt.title('Ramcache')
    plt.ylabel('%')
    plt.show()

def graph_active_ssl(csvdata):
    timestamp, client_ssl, server_ssl = np.genfromtxt(csvdata, delimiter=',',
                                                           skip_header=2, skip_footer=2, unpack=True,
                                                           converters= {0: mdates.strpdate2num('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')})
    fig = plt.figure()
    plt.plot_date(x=timestamp, y=client_ssl, fmt='-')
    plt.plot(timestamp, client_ssl, 'g-', label="client")
    plt.plot(timestamp, server_ssl, 'r-', label="server")
    plt.legend(title="Context", loc='best', shadow=True)
    plt.title('Active SSL Connections')
    plt.ylabel('conns')
    plt.show()


if __name__ == "__main__":

    import bigsuds as pc
    import getpass
    import argparse
    import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
    import matplotlib.dates as mdates
    import numpy as np
    import csv, time, base64

    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()

    parser.add_argument("-s",  "--system", required=True)
    parser.add_argument("-u", "--username", required=True)

    args = vars(parser.parse_args())

    print "%s, enter your " % args['username'],
    upass = getpass.getpass()

    b = pc.BIGIP(args['system'], args['username'], upass)
    stats = b.System.Statistics

    graphs = stats.get_performance_graph_list()
    graph_obj_name = []
    count = 1
    print "\n\nGraph Options. Not all options supported at this time, please select only 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, or 12.\n\n"
    for x in graphs:
        graph_obj_name.append(x['graph_name'])
        print "%d> %s, %s" % (count, x['graph_description'], x['graph_name'])
        count +=1

    num_select = int(raw_input("\n\nPlease select the number for the desired graph data: "))
    print "\n\n"

    graphstats = stats.get_performance_graph_csv_statistics(
        [{'object_name': graph_obj_name[num_select - 1],
          'start_time': 0,
          'end_time': 0,
          'interval': 0,
          'maximum_rows': 0}])

    statsFile = "%s_rawStats.csv" % graph_obj_name[num_select-1]
    f = open(statsFile, "w")
    f.write(base64.b64decode(graphstats[0]['statistic_data']))
    f.close()

    outputFile = "%s_modStats.csv" % graph_obj_name[num_select-1]
    with open(statsFile) as infile, open(outputFile, "w") as outfile:
        r = csv.reader(infile)
        w = csv.writer(outfile)
        w.writerow(next(r))
        for row in r:
            fl = float(row[0])
            row[0] = time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.localtime(fl))
            w.writerow(row)

    if num_select == 1:
        graph_memory(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 2:
        graph_cpu(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 3:
        graph_active_connections(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 4:
        graph_new_connections(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 5:
        graph_throughput(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 7:
        graph_http_requests(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 8:
        graph_ramcache_util(outputFile)
    elif num_select == 12:
        graph_active_ssl(outputFile)
    else:
        print "graph function not yet defined, please select 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, or 12."
Comments
oogabooga_13071
Altocumulus
Altocumulus
Can you please define what the argument SYSTEM should be set to?
DamonCE_205681
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus
It's easy to pick out in the code, system is defined under the connection argument where the hostname/IP goes so I would assume one of those two
paul_dawson_258
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus
Hi, I am getting error___ bigsuds.Connecti :
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