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watching the fishies

posted to photos taken on mar 15th, 2010 with tags nerd, openbsd, setup, superblock, and work and commented on six times

watching the fishies

an eee box pc running openbsd hooked up to a dell monitor on a neoflex stand to rotate it, running a full-screen firefox which views a webpage displaying some graphs from superblock aramid (network management system) that update asynchronously every minute through ajax.

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6 Comments

EricRJensen (authentic, via flickr) on march 15th, 2010 at 11:29:42:

That just makes me happy.

Bernd (not authenticated) on march 16th, 2010 at 10:59:55:

Awesome! You did that page yourself?

joshua (authentic) on march 17th, 2010 at 11:31:24:

yeah, pretty much. i wrote the snmp data collector, the custom data storage engine, the web application that presents the data and device information, and then the other solitary web page running on this other computer that just loads and displays the graphs from the primary server. the graphs are drawn client-side in javascript with a slightly modified version of protochart.

floriankohl (authentic, via flickr) on march 24th, 2010 at 02:13:17:

that's just sexy...

Leif Madsen (authentic) on april 12th, 2010 at 12:13:01:

Wow, that is probably just about the most perfect thing I've seen! Any chance you'll be open sourcing that? Regardless, the style of it is super slick.

fun3MD (authentic, via flickr) on april 14th, 2010 at 22:00:03:

looks gorgeous ... nice setup