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From Xiaolei Li <xiao...@sumologic.com>
Subject Re: Expensive to run nodetool status often?
Date Wed, 25 Jan 2017 17:20:51 GMT
Thanks for the advice!

I do export a lot via JMX already. But I couldn't find the equivalent of
the Status column (Up/Down + Normal/Leaving/Joining/Moving) from the status
output. Does anyone know if those are available via JMX?

Thank you.

Best,
x.

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:15 AM, Jonathan Haddad <jon@jonhaddad.com> wrote:

> You're about to walk down an unfortunate path.  I strongly recommend
> getting the information you need for monitoring using JMX.  That's actually
> how nodetool gets all it's information.  Instead of parsing output, if you
>  use JMX, you'll have access to a *ton* of useful (and some not so useful)
> information.
>
> If you aren't familiar, run Cassandra locally and type "jconsole" in your
> terminal.  That'll bring up a decent GUI that you can use to browse all the
> available metrics.
>
> You can export metrics a bunch of ways.  Jolokia, mx4j, jmx_exporter (for
> prometheus), and I know there's a collectd plugin but I haven't used it,
> might be worth checking out or maybe someone else can weigh in.
>
> Jon
>
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 7:48 AM Xiaolei Li <xiaolei@sumologic.com> wrote:
>
>> I'm planning to run "nodetool status -r" on every node every minute,
>> storing the output in a file, and aggregating it somewhere else for
>> monitoring.
>>
>> Is that a good idea?  How expensive is it to be running status every
>> minute.
>>
>> Best,
>> x.
>>
>

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