After intensive search It seems to me that it is impossible. Anyway, maybe someone have an idea to implement it(with Kibana, or, maybe Zabbix + prometheus)...
The case is I have a system consists of many nodes. And have an utility that saves state of a system every 5 minutes in txt:
So I can see for every node some diagnostic parameters for every timestamp:
-quantity of errors
-quantity of input messages
-quantity of output messages
The goal is to make a graph with some of the nodes visualising one of the parameter, for example
-quantity of input messages per 5 minutes
I did it with Excel well:
- Parsed this source file into csv
- Opened with Excel
- Made graph
How do it with Kibana?
For 1 node it worked perfect:
- I parsed this source file into json:
- Downloaded with filebeat
- Opened "Visualise" in Kibana
- Choose this "data.json file & Node = node1"
- Choose "quantity of input messages"
- Choose strange "Max"(for example)
- Got great graph
But if I going to add second Node = node2 I have a trouble.
I think I have tried all of the variants with interface but the desired result was not achieved...
Is it really possible to do it?
Or I should parse source data file(with all the nodes and its data) into separate nodes files(so 1 file has data of only 1 node)? And play with Visualise interface?
The goal is to have a simple graph with lines(one parameter depending of time) of few nodes.
Could you help me, please?