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Re: VM monitoring design brainstorm


you were actually asking a application level monitoring, and I am afraid
OpenStack is not very good at monitoring at this level. I usually monitor
those common applications (mysql, tomcat) through some other third party
monitoring tools.

On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 1:33 PM, Peter Cheung <mcheung63@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi All
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/vuipa1a2ilw7z9p/titan-instance-design-20130621.png
> I am designing the VM monitor screen. I have asked many people, some of
> them used VMware for few years but their requirements are simple, most of
> the people told me they just need to know the CPU+RAM+network information.
> But I think i can do a little bit more. For example, I think it is good to
> record these information
> 1) CPU+RAM+network for each app running inside the VM. So people can see
> why the VM so busy.
> 2) If you are running a web server inside the VM, it would be nice to know
> how many concurrent connection to your server, right?
> 3) If you are running MySQL cluster, it is nice to tell you which query is
> eating the memory
> Any other good idea?
> Thanks
> from Peter
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