NTPsec has a new visualization tool - ntpviz
Eric S. Raymond
esr at thyrsus.com
Sat Jul 23 01:26:06 UTC 2016
If you look in the new ntpstats subdirectory of the distribution, you'll
find a loadable Python module named ntpstats.py and a wrapper program that
uses it named ntpviz.
The class reads in a collection of NTP log files and performs various useful
operations on it, including generating GNUPLOT code to make visualizations
of the statistics. The website has documentation for ntpviz at
Most of the domain-specific knowledge and GNUPLOT templates are from
Dan Drown's chrony-graph package. I wrapped Python around those and
gave it an interface that makes generating them programmatically easier.
It's not done yet. I have two more basic plots and a method for
web-page generation to to add from Dan's work. Then I want to try
writing a comparative visualizer for multiple sites.
But it's mature enough that people can learn from it, play with it,
and maybe suggest improvements. Have fun!
<a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/">Eric S. Raymond</a>
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