[Openstack-operators] Openstack telemetry stuff
spasquier at mirantis.com
Wed Nov 12 15:21:35 UTC 2014
I was pretty sure that I came across an example of Logstash configuration
with statsd output on this list recently. Digging through the archives, I
found this link:
I'm not sure this is exactly relevant to your request however.
Eventually I think that all OpenStack services should be instrumented with
statsd just like Swift has done. But that is a much larger topic...
On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 10:23 PM, Kris G. Lindgren <klindgren at godaddy.com>
> Hello Operators,
> Was wondering what you are using to gather Openstack telemetry metrics?
> Was looking at things around Openstack serivce api requests/s, response
> times (if possible), errors/s, Rabbitmq metrics, if possible pending or
> tasks that are in progress, ect ect. Basically your more advanced and yet
> basic monitoring around the openstack services. We run an ELK (elastic
> search, logstash, kibana) infrastructure and was wondering if anyone was a
> statsd/graphite output config for openstack log data -> graphite to gather
> some of the metrics? If not how are you currently doing it?
> Additionally, can anyone share what you are doing to get hypervisor
> health/vm statistics? We are running ceilometer, but I haven't been very
> happy with the results. I am also thinking something like for
> statsd/graphite here as well. But if you have something that works for you
> and can share it. Please DO!! ANYTHING is welcome.
> Kris Lindgren
> Senior Linux Systems Engineer
> GoDaddy, LLC.
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