On 05/02/14 05:10, Bryce wrote:
> Hey all,
> Within all the /stats url, is something equivalent to quires/operations
> per second? Or is it possible to derive this information somehow from
> some key within stats?
The "Gets and Puts" section of the Stats and Monitoring page describe
the stats you're looking for. There's nothing by default that gives a
total queries per second metric but by adding the "node_gets" and
"node_puts" metrics together you can get a "requests per minute" metric.
You can then add that together from all your nodes to get a total for
your whole cluster.
I collect the individual "get" and "put" stats in my monitoring software
and then plot the gets and puts from all my nodes in a stacked graph.
Each metric and node has a different colour (so I can see that load
balancing across the nodes is working, for example) and gauge total
cluster activity by looking at how high the stack is.
Thank you Hector & Shane for the quick answers! I really appreciate it.
On 02/05/2014 06:28 AM, Hector Castro wrote:
> `node_gets` + `node_puts` give you the number of operations per minute
> (for that node). In order to get operations per second, you can simply
> divide that result by 60.
> On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 12:10 AM, Bryce <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> Within all the /stats url, is something equivalent to quires/operations per
>> second? Or is it possible to derive this information somehow from some key
>> within stats?
>> Thanks in advance,
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