How to Monitor Varnish cache with Varnish Dashboard

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Varnish Dashboard is a tool to track real-time operation based on Varnish Agent. This dashboard is simple to install and still provide adequate tools to manage and view Varnish server logs, stats, VCL...etc

Varnish Dashboard supports multiple servers at the same time, monitoring and comparison of server.

The interface of Varnish Dashboard:

Varnish-Dashboard-1.png

Bans:

Varnish-Dashboard-2.png

Manage Server:

Varnish-Dashboard-3.png

VCL:

Varnish-Dashboard-4.png

Logs:

Varnish-Dashboard-5.png

How to install Varnish Dashboard


1. Install Varnish Agent 2

First you must install Varnish

To install Varnish Dashboard, you need to install Varnish Agent before. Remember the username and password information in the file

Code:
/etc/varnish/agent_secret
2. Install Varnish Dashboard

I'll install Varnish Agent and Varnish Dashboard in a folder so they can support together.

For CentOS and Ubuntu

Move to the folder containing Varnish Agent

Code:
cd /usr/share/varnish-agent/html/
Change the file name to access Varnish Agent

Code:
mv index.html vagent.html
Install Varnish Dashboard from Github

Code:
git clone git://github.com/brandonwamboldt/varnish-dashboard.git
mv -f varnish-dashboard/* .
rm -rf varnish-dashboard
That's all, now you have two paths:

Accessing Varnish Dashboard:

Code:
http://domain.com:6085/html/
Access to Varnish Agent:

Code:
http://domain.com:6085/html/vagent.html
Hope it helps!
 
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