[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ insights
sunil at shopsocially.com
Fri Mar 4 08:17:41 GMT 2011
Thanks Abhishek and Jerry,
Will explore your suggestions.
On 04-Mar-2011, at 11:48 AM, Abhishek Kona wrote:
> If you are using Munin to monitor your systems, the RabbitMQ Munin Plugins is really useful (https://github.com/ask/rabbitmq-munin).
> Thanks to Ask Solem Hoel for putting it up.
> Underneath it uses RabbitMQ Ctl to get all stats.
> We are monitoring per queue memory usage, connections maintained, un-acked messages and more.
> If you chose not to use munin still collecting all those numbers will be possible using RabbitMQCtl
> -Abhishek Kona
> On 04/03/11 10:58 AM, Jerry Kuch wrote:
>> You might want to investigate the management plugin, which you can find discussed on the Rabbit web site. Using rabbitmqctl to list the various entities such as queues and inspect how many messages they contain and their states is also a good first step that doesn't require you to install anything...
>> Best regards
>> Sent from my iPad.
>> On Mar 3, 2011, at 9:09 PM, "Sunil Arora"<sunil at shopsocially.com> wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> We have been using rabbitmq as a black box till now and we are observing consistent growth of memory footprint. So we want to analyze what's going on under the hood.
>>> We want to explore how many messages are being consumed or pending daily? Where are our bottlenecks etc.
>>> What is the best way to do it ?
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