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From "Gunnar Tapper (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (HBASE-12364) API for query metrics
Date Tue, 28 Oct 2014 19:54:33 GMT
Gunnar Tapper created HBASE-12364:
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             Summary: API for query metrics
                 Key: HBASE-12364
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-12364
             Project: HBase
          Issue Type: Improvement
          Components: metrics
    Affects Versions: 0.98.6.1
         Environment: Any Hadoop distribution.
            Reporter: Gunnar Tapper


Request based on a discussion with Nick Dimiduk at Strata.

Background: IT organizations operate on reports based on metrics. They look for comparative
statistics such as number of queries per user per day per connection. Further, troubleshooting
is often based on questions such as "what queries are each running, which user is using the
most resources, and what query among the queries that a specific user need to be tuned?"

Currently, the slow-query log does not provide the instrumentation needed for management applications
to obtain and analyze this level of information. In itself, they slow-query doesn't contain
important information that allows mapping of the information to user, connection, application,
and so on.

Further, the slow-query log doesn't log each get and scan, which means that it's not possible
to see all queries that have been run against the HBase database.

Preferably, a REST API is provided to obtain the required information, which should be extended
so that each query can be mapped to environment information; for example:

• Account
• Account string
• Client IP address
• Query text
• Session ID
• Date and time
• User name

Start, Status, and Completion records should be provided so that it's possible to determine
the progress and outcome of any given query. Further, status and completion information should
contain information about resource usage; for example:

• CPU time
• Memory 
• I/Os
• Rows read/written
• Objects accessed
• Wait times

Preferably, counters are provided in both cumulative and delta (since query start) formats.






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