[rabbitmq-discuss] Monitoring options beyond rabbitmqctl
aaron.feng at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 19:21:52 BST 2009
Sorry for the flurry and possibly out of sequence emails. I'm on a
plane so I'm responding on my mobile device
We also thought about bypassing JInterface and using Erlang directly.
Basically, exposing a separate Erlang node that communicates with
rabbit nodes to retrieve info and have a restful interface around it.
Right now we are focusing our efforts on the dashboard but we might
eventually go the Erlang route. That is one of the reasons why we
decoupled the web frontend by consuming JSON.
If you are going down this route, I would be interested in what data
you are returning and what it will look like. Maybe we can make it
Trixx web compatible :)
On Jun 2, 2009, at 11:46 AM, "Gavin M. Roy" <gmr at myyearbook.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the info, I checked them out and I'm probably going to roll
> my own. Trixx has promise, but I'm not keen on running the interface
> in a JVM instead of as a plugin, even if it is Lisp based ;-).
> Would there be any interest in a mochiweb add-on / contrib based
> module that gives rabbitmqctl like ability over a RESTful service?
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Alexis Richardson
> <alexis.richardson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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
>> 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
>>> 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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