[rabbitmq-discuss] message stats from a given node
Gavin M. Roy
gmr at myyearbook.com
Tue Jan 19 13:48:20 GMT 2010
One thing that would be cool is a counter could be added per queue (at
least) that increments per message delivered. If we could pull that out
like queue depth using rabbitmqctl or Alice, it would go a long way to
getting deeper metrics into behavior.
On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 2:57 AM, Matthias Radestock <matthias at lshift.net>wrote:
> Brian Sullivan wrote:
> > I was wondering if there are any good ideas out there for tracking
> > message rates on a given cluster (in our use case, it's mostly
> > topic-routed messages). We have been using RabbitMQ for a while now,
> > and have been limited to tracking stats via a consumer that effectively
> > subscribes to '#' and simply breaks down these stats by topic.
> So the information you are interested in is "average number of messages
> per second published, per routing key and time period", correct?
> > This works ok until the message volumes get pretty heavy - the node that
> > the client connects to has to be routed all messages on the cluster, and
> > this breaks down the scalability model for RabbitMQ - eventually that
> > node will be a bottleneck.
> One thing you could do at the AMQP level is introduce stat-collecting
> proxies between the publishers and the brokers. Take a look at the
> RabbitMQ tracer in src/com/rabbitmq/tools/Tracer.java in the
> rabbitmq-java-client repo for an example of a proxy.
> Another route is via the "pluggable exchange types" we have under
> development - see the bug22169 branch in the rabbitmq-server hg repo.
> That would allow you to define a custom exchange type that works just
> like an ordinary topic (or other) exchange but collects stats on
> publishes on a per-node basis. In the simplest case this could just dump
> a timestamp and routing key to a file, leaving the actual statistics
> calculations to some other program. Or, at the other extreme, the custom
> exchange could compute per-node stats itself and, furthermore,
> participate in the collation of stats from multiple nodes, using the
> distributed computing features Erlang puts at your disposal.
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