Upcoming Clumon Features

Alert System (v1.4)
A system that will allow you to monitor various metrics by setting parameters and have them show up on a page if they are out of bounds. You'll also be able to define other conditions using standard SQL syntax.

Web interface graphical overhaul (v1.3)
A more polished and professional look for site.

User and Admin portals (v1.3)
Support for logins and a preface for customizable content. Admins will be able to configure Clumon from the web as well as do the first set of administrative tasks we are creating. Users will be able to see which jobs they currently have queued and running as well as their job history archive and statistics thereof.

Myrinet counter PCP module (v1.4)
A Performance Co-Pilot module that will make Myrinet board counters available via the PCP infrastructure.

Problem Tracking (v1.3)
An administrative tool for logging problems, their symptoms, causes, and actions taken in regards to them. Further advancements will include intelligent suggestions of what actions to take based on what actions in the past have solved the problem; detailed cause grouping and reporting mechanism for determining where most of the admin and maintenance time is being spent in support of the cluster.

Availability Monitoring (v1.3)
This will give you a total number of seconds per day that a host is available for work. This was requested to track uptime/downtime of machines.

Clumon Plugins (v1.3)
Clumon will now be able to accept your own custom plugins to do any pre or post processing, archiving, automated notifications, or anything else you can imagine by means of an executable or script.

Maui Reservation Monitoring Plugin (v1.4)
Clumon will make the Maui reservation system data available and correlate it to jobs and hosts as it logically applies. As a user of the cluster, you'll be able to see when the earliest your job will run.

Job Performance Plugin (v1.4)
Clumon be able will archive output from psrun (PAPI) as part of the job archive data.

Network Data
Design tables and collect data from hosts in regards to adapters and bandwidth in and out.

Network Data Visualization
Come up with a way to display, in an intuitive manner, the network data. then code it.