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Sylvain is a principal software engineer at Red Hat. His main interests are OpenStack Neutron and SDN solutions. At his spare time he likes to play tennis and badminton.

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  1. Yatin Kumbhare
    Yatin Kumbhare at |

    Great post!

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  3. nandakumar
    nandakumar at |

    I could bring up the GUI by following the steps mentioned in the blog. But for some reason I am unable to see any flows or any information. It is completely empty, can you give some references where they discuss about issue/errors.

    Thanks

  4. Sabrina
    Sabrina at |

    Hi great post!.
    Could you tell me if it is possible for Skydive to work with InfluxDb instead of ElasticSearch?. Besides i tried to run it in a 32 bit environment and it wasnt possible, are there any releases for 32 bits supported?.
    Thanks in advance.

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  6. ali anwar
    ali anwar at |

    do we need any Dependencies software…?
    for skydive.

  7. S.Zahiri
    S.Zahiri at |

    wget https://github.com/redhat-cip/skydive/releases/download/v0.2.0/skydive
    results ERROR 404: Not Found.
    what is the problem?

    1. Frederic Lepied
      Frederic Lepied at |

      Repository has moved to https://github.com/skydive-project/skydive/ and you can find the releases under https://github.com/skydive-project/skydive/releases

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