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答复: 回覆： VM monitoring design brainstorm
I am thinking a application level monitoring framework may fit your request
发件人: "mcheung63" <mcheung63@xxxxxxxxxxx>
发送时间: 2013/7/21 15:51
收件人: "laserjetyang" <laserjetyang@xxxxxxxxx>
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主题: 回覆： [Openstack] VM monitoring design brainstorm
yes, thats why i want to enhance it
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由： laserjetyang <laserjetyang@xxxxxxxxx>
日期： 2013-07-21 15:24 (GMT+08:00)
至： Peter Cheung <mcheung63@xxxxxxxxxxx>
主題： Re: [Openstack] 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:
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?
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