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The StackLight Collector Plugin is used to install and configure several software components that are used to collect and process all the data that we think is relevant to provide deep operational insights about your OpenStack environment. These finely integrated components are collectively referred to as the StackLight Collector (or just the Collector).
The Collecor is a key component of the so-called Logging, Monitoring and Alerting (LMA) toolchain of Mirantis OpenStack.
Please start with the StackLight Collector Plugin Overview to getting started.
A summary description of the features are provided in the Release Notes section of the plugin’s documentation.
The requirements are provided in the Requirements section of the plugin’s documentation.
All known issues are listed on Launchpad.
All known limitations are described in the Limitations section of the plugin’s documentation.
The installation instructions of the StackLight Collector are provided in the Installation section of the plugin’s documentation.
The OpenStack Development Mailing List is the preferred way to communicate
with the members of the project.
Emails should be sent to
email@example.com with the subject
Bugs should be filed against the LMA toolchain project on Launchpad (not Github!).
If you would like to contribute to the development of this plugin, you must follow the OpenStack development workflow instructions.
Patch reviews take place on the OpenStack Gerrit system.