|author||Antonio Barone <email@example.com>||Wed Dec 19 13:43:57 2018 +0000|
|committer||Antonio Barone <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Dec 19 13:43:57 2018 +0000|
Update elasticsearch index to commits The introduction of auditlog information via the kibana dashboard importer caused the generic 'gerrit' index to be superseded by the more relevant 'gitcommits' index. Feature: Issue 10186 Change-Id: I25912566b963ea164e97b7ff4da7403ed9fb2c9c
Wizard to locally setup an Analytics Dashboard like the Gerrit's one. This will allow you to explore the potentials of DevOps Analytics on your own repositories.
Copy the latest available jar into the Gerrit plugins directory and restart it. Assuming
/usr/local/gerrit is the location of your Gerrit installation simply execute the following:
curl -o /tmp/analytics-wizard.jar https://gerrit-ci.gerritforge.com/job/plugin-analytics-wizard-sbt-master-master/analytics-wizard.jar &&\ cp /tmp/analytics-wizard.jar /usr/local/gerrit/plugins
Once you are logged in Gerrit you can access the dashboard configuration via the top menu (
Analytics Wizard > Configure Dashboard).
You will land on this screen:
Different parameters can be configured:
gerrit/. Note: It is not a regular expression.
Once you set the parameters pressing the “Create Dashboard” button will trigger the Dashboard creation and the data import.
Beware this operation will take a while since it requires to download several Docker images and run an ETL job to collect and aggregate the data.
At the end of this operation you will be presented with a dashbaord similar to this one:
You can now navigate among the different charts and uncover the potentials of DevOps analytics!
cd ./analytics-wizard sbt assembly
This will compile, test and package the plugin artifact, which can be found in
sysctl -w vm.max_map_count=262144from command line, if you are using a Linux box and the dashboard creation fails with a similar error:
max virtual memory areas vm.max_map_count [XXXXX] is too low, increase to at least