[erlang-questions] poll: monitoring performance of production erlang nodes

Gleb Peregud <>
Sun Nov 2 19:03:56 CET 2008


I have a HTTP server started at every node which answers to "GET
/stats" with something like "queue_length: 100 memory: 80" which is
fetched by Cacti ever minute. Then Cacti draws nice graphs of it.
Simple and works, though don't know if it is scalable :)

On 11/2/08, Joel Reymont <> wrote:
> Forgive me for polling the community one last time...
>
> How do you folks with production Erlang systems monitor performance?
>
> I want to measure packet roundtrip to clients, memory use throughout
> the day, message queue lengths, etc.
>
> I have timings inserted in key places and a "statistics" server that
> collects the measurements in ETS. I can then ask for a data dump as
> CSV and analyze the data in a spreadsheet app or otherwise.
>
> How do YOU do it?
>
> 	Thanks, Joel
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