[rabbitmq-discuss] Monitoring options beyond rabbitmqctl
aaron.feng at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 17:22:38 BST 2009
Trixx is currently under heavy development and we should have
something more presentable in a month or two. There is really not
much to look at on the frontend right now. We are working on a
dashboard idea for rabbit.
I would also be curious to know what features you are interested in.
On Jun 2, 2009, at 11:30 AM, Alexis Richardson <alexis.richardson at gmail.com
> Thanks! The best way is to talk about this on-list as much as
> 1. Please do let us know what features would make the console
> enterprise class. We have a shopping list on the RabbitMQ dev wiki
> but it is not always obvious what people need first.
> 2. There is some work on using Graphite with RabbitMQ, and I am cc'ing
> its author Dmitriy.
> 3. A team based in Philly - led by Aaron (cc'd) whose blog that is -
> is looking at taking this work further:
> I think that summarises the known public state of play. Obviously we
> and the community want to get help with this and would welcome any
> thoughts you have.
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Gavin M. Roy <gmr at myyearbook.com>
>> I'm getting ready to do some production testing of rabbitmq as a
>> replacement of ActiveMQ. Beyond rabbitmqctl, I have not been able to
>> find any real data stubs for monitoring beyond how to write my own
>> Before I go down the road of writing something I wanted to make sure
>> there was no pre-existing software since the rabbitmq homepage says
>> "Extensive facilities for management, monitoring, control and
>> debugging." I'm not trying to create a flame war, it's just
>> rabbitmqctl is not really an enterprise level monitoring tool.
>> I'm hoping I'm missing something, any suggestions?
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