Are you able to POST directly to Grafana via your pistons or is there something in between? How do you do the Auth without headers support? And which of the annotations API do you use? I think there is a Grafana native one and a Graphite compatible one? @milhouse
Posting directly using Grafana API. Here’s the red snapshot so you can see the address. Below that is an image of the details so you can see how the Auth works.
If you are interested in a ragne annotation, here’s my piston that does that:
One note: you cannot do any tagging this way. Annotation tags have to be wrapped in brackets, even if there’s just one, and you just can’t do that through WebCore.
@milhouse @ferik Grafana runs on pi3? what type NAS do you have(&cpu/ram?), been wanting to get 2 drive Synology, but cant justify price yet, especially since diskless. i do have pi3 (quad 1.2GHz/1GB)only running Ubiquiti controller so far thx!
Runs perfectly on a pi3.
Not relevant to webcore, but may be useful to this thread. Gives all the basics of getting influxdb/grafana setup, and also how to generate your first graphs from ST devices.
Very cool! I use contact switches to monitor the house temps and send to influx via InfluxDB Logger too … got a little carried away with the lowes $9.95 sales. Also pull data into grafana from my ambient weather station and Blue Iris manages Cameras
How do you pull the Ambient weather station stuff into Grafana and what model do you have?
I tried to download the json but I couldn’t find it (link expired). Would you mind posting it again?
Thank you for the great work.
This is great but how do you do “Who’s Home” and “Lights Usage”? I can’t work out how to replicate this in Grafana. Thanks.
I’ll start with the assumption that you’ve install the plugin “Discrete Panel” by Natel Energy.
I’ll also assume that you’ve gotten your SmartThings data already flowing into InfluxDB (e.g. through the InfluxDB Logger smart app).
The Who’s Home panel is pretty easy - get the presence values (metric tab in Grafana) and pretty it up with remapping (Mappings tab):
The Lights Usage is just a little trickier, and that’s just because I may have more than 1 light in a room. So the metric uses the max(binary value). in other words, if any light is on, the room is on.
Hope this helps!