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

Mickaël Rémond <>
Sun Nov 2 19:38:52 CET 2008


Hello,

We have written our own supervision and monitoring tool for ejabberd  
that abstract all the Internal Erlang gory details.
We can then set up alerts on the monitored values (currently more than  
250 different values including Erlang and XMPP ones)

Some value are easy to track from the Erlang monitor API. For other,  
like message queue length as Ulf said it, you have to write your own  
custom code.

-- 
Mickael Remond
  http://www.process-one.net/

Le 2 nov. 08 à 18:50, Joel Reymont <> a écrit :

> 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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