Varnish claims that support for Windows is Not Ready For Production. Therefore, this source has only been tested to work with *nix systems.
The collector interacts with several executables that are packaged with Varnish. The most important executables are:
These executables have the following requirements:
- Know the locations of each executable
- Include these executables within the User's
When using a collector where a remote connection over SSH is required, the system where the collector is installed must be able to connect to the Varnish host system over the network. There are two ways to accomplish this:
- Add the collector system's information to the
known_hostsfile on the Varnish system
- Set the Strict Key Checking parameter to false when configuring the connection parameters in BindPlane.
The varnishd working directory (also known as instance name).
The directory where the varnishadm and varnishstat executables are located. If not provided, will default to relying on the executables being in the user's PATH.
Local collection or collect from a remote host over SSH.
Strict Key Checking
Require host key to be present in known_hosts file to make remote connection.
SSH connection timeout in seconds.
Updated 11 months ago