[erlang-questions] Send VM metrics to Grafana

Michael Truog <>
Tue Feb 21 06:41:45 CET 2017


On 02/20/2017 08:26 PM, Jack Tang wrote:
> We try to integrate the metrics to our grafana monitoring by adding infuxdb consumer. Thanks Siraaj.
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> BTW: Did somebody collect the crash metrics, like the count of crashed process, the restart count of the process and etc?

You get things like the cumulative init/terminate count for CloudI services, if you are using CloudI (https://github.com/CloudI/CloudI/) with cloudi_service_monitoring, which is using exometer (if you add configuration entries to your services, as described at https://github.com/CloudI/CloudI/blob/master/src/lib/cloudi_service_monitoring/src/cloudi_service_monitoring.erl#L11-L40).


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> On Sat, Feb 11, 2017 at 2:01 AM, Siraaj Khandkar < <mailto:>> wrote:
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>     My biased preference is:
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>     https://github.com/ibnfirnas/beam_stats <https://github.com/ibnfirnas/beam_stats>
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>     It's concern is only with sampling VM metrics and shipping them off to arbitrary destinations (Folsomite was Graphite-only, the last time I checked). Graphite and StatsD consumer modules are included. StatsD is the one we use in prod now.
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>     It's been running in prod for 1.5 years now, and even though it wasn't originally the main motivation, my favorite feature turned-out to be the sampling of individual processes and ETS tables, which was a life-saver in tracking down multiple memory leaks in the legacy system I inherited.
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>     On 2/9/17 4:06 AM, Frank Muller wrote:
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>         Hi everyone,
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>         Does anyone succeeded to push VM metrics to Grafana (http://grafana.org/).
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>         Here I'm looking for a simple integration with minimal dependencies if
>         possible.
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>         Thank you.
>         /Frank
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