[rabbitmq-discuss] Guidance on Understanding API Output for Monitoring

Richard Raseley richard at raseley.com
Mon May 13 15:12:51 BST 2013


Primarily I would like to get absolute message count and throughput
statistics on a specified exchange over a specified or at least known time

If you look at the JSON attachment I sent it does show throughput (e.g.
100msg/s) but it doesn't tell me over what period that number is from.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 6:51 AM, Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:

> Sorry, there isn't any documentation yet.
> It would help me to write some if you told me what information you were
> looking for.
> Cheers, Simon
> On 09/05/13 17:58, Richard Raseley wrote:
>> I have attached a JSON document that is the output of the following
>> query against my RabbitMQ cluster:
>> http://cluster-vip:15672/api/**exchanges/?sort=name<http://cluster-vip:15672/api/exchanges/?sort=name>
>> I was hoping that someone could point me towards some documentation that
>> would help me better understand what info surrounding the message stats,
>> publishing rates, etc. so that I might use them in monitoring the health
>> and throughput of the system.
>> This information doesn't seem to be in the official API document and I
>> was unable to turn up any other authoritative source.
>> Regards,
>> Richard
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