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Subject [incubator-openwhisk] branch master updated: Document metrics generated within OpenWhisk (#3884)
Date Wed, 25 Jul 2018 16:17:42 GMT
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     new b542fa6  Document metrics generated within OpenWhisk (#3884)
b542fa6 is described below

commit b542fa65377cc14b5ac7ce76322c485b036ec8aa
Author: Chetan Mehrotra <chetanm@apache.org>
AuthorDate: Wed Jul 25 21:47:39 2018 +0530

    Document metrics generated within OpenWhisk (#3884)
    
    * Document metrics
    
    * Trim trailing space
    
    * Update based on Vadim's review.
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 docs/metrics.md | 177 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 177 insertions(+)

diff --git a/docs/metrics.md b/docs/metrics.md
index e1c6f63..3569c9a 100644
--- a/docs/metrics.md
+++ b/docs/metrics.md
@@ -75,6 +75,183 @@ The docker image exposes StatsD via the (standard) port 8125 and a Grafana
dashb
 
 The address of your docker host has to be configured in the `metrics_kamon_statsd_host` configuration
property.
 
+### Metric Names
+
+All metric names have to be prefixed by a prefix that you specify and are subject to modification
by graphite, datadog, or statsd. For example if prefix used is `openwhisk` then metric names
would be like `openwhisk.counter.controller_activation_start`. This document assumes that
metric name prefix is `openwhisk`
+
+Currently OpenWhisk emits following types of metrics
+
+#### Counter
+
+Counter [record the count](http://kamon.io/documentation/0.6.x/kamon-core/metrics/instruments/#counters)
of metric and there names are prefixed with `openwhisk.counter`. For example `openwhisk.counter.controller_activation_start`.
Counters just counts and resets to zero upon each flush.
+
+#### Histograms
+
+Histogram record the [distribution](http://kamon.io/documentation/0.6.x/kamon-core/metrics/instruments/#histograms)
of given metric and there names are prefixed with `openwhisk.histogram`. For example `openwhisk.histogram.controller_activation_finish`.
A histogram metrics may result in multiple values at the metric aggregator level. For example
in [Datadog](https://docs.datadoghq.com/developers/metrics/histograms/) for each histogram
metric following values are record
+
+* `my_metric.avg` - Average of aggregated values during the flush interval.
+* `my_metric.count` - Count of aggregated values during the flush interval.
+* `my_metric.median` - Median of aggregated values during the flush interval.
+* `my_metric.95percentile` - 95th percentile value of aggregated values during the flush
interval.
+* `my_metric.max` - Max of aggregated values during the flush interval.
+* `my_metric.min` - Min of aggregated values during the flush interval.
+
+### Metric Details
+
+Below are some of the important metrics emitted by OpenWhisk setup
+
+#### Controller metrics
+
+Metrics below are emitted from within a Controller instance.
+
+##### Controller Startup
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.controller_startup<controller_id>_count` (counter)
+  * Example _openwhisk.counter.controller_startup0_count_
+  * Records count of controller instance startup
+
+##### Activation Submission
+
+Following metrics record stats around activation handling within Controller
+
+* Normal actions
+  * `openwhisk.counter.controller_activation_start` (counter) - Records the count of non
blocking activations started.
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.controller_activation_finish` (histogram) - Records the overall
time taken for non blocking activation to be submitted to Load balancer.
+* Blocking actions
+  * `openwhisk.counter.controller_blockingActivation_start` (counter) - Records the count
of blocking activations started.
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.controller_blockingActivation_finish` (histogram) - Records the
time taken for a blocking activation to finish or timeout.
+
+##### Load Balancer
+
+Aggregate metrics for inflight activations.
+
+* `openwhisk.histogram.loadbalancer<controllerId>_activationsInflight_count` (histogram)
- Records the number of activations being worked upon for a given controller. As a histogram
it would give a distribution of inflight activation count within a flush interval.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.loadbalancer<controllerId>_memoryInflight_count` (histogram)
- Records the amount of RAM memory in use for in flight activations. This is not actual runtime
memory but the memory specified per action limits.
+
+Metrics below are captured within load balancer
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.loadbalancer_activations_count` (counter) -  Records the count of activations
sent to Kafka.
+* `openwhisk.counter.controller_kafka_start` (counter) - Records the count of activations
sent to Kafka.
+* `openwhisk.counter.controller_kafka_error` (counter) - Records the count of activations
which encountered some failure while submitting to Kafka.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.controller_kafka_finish` (histogram) - Records the time taken when
activation was successfully submitted to Kafka.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.controller_kafka_error` (histogram) - Records the time taken when
activation submission to Kafka resulted in failure.
+* `openwhisk.counter.controller_loadbalancer_start` (counter) - Records the count of activations
submitted to load balancer.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.controller_loadbalancer_finish` (histogram) - Records the time taken
to submit to load balancer.
+
+Metrics below are for invoker state as recorded within load balancer monitoring.
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.loadbalancer_invokerOffline_count` - Records the count of invokers considered
offline based on health pings.
+* `openwhisk.counter.loadbalancer_invokerUnhealthy_count` - Records the count of invokers
considered unhealthy based on health pings.
+
+#### Invoker metrics
+
+##### Container Init
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_activationInit_start` (counter) - Count of container initializations
done.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_activationInit_finish` (histogram) - Time taken for successful
container initializations.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_activationInit_error` (histogram) - Time taken container initialization
failed. Count metrics of this histogram would give insight on failed initialization count.
+
+##### Container Run
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_activationRun_start` (counter) - Count of action executions
performed.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_activationRun_finish` (histogram) - Time taken for action
execution for success case.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_activationRun_error` (histogram) - Time taken for action execution
for failed cases. Count metrics of this histogram would give insight on failed execution count.
+
+##### Container Start
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_containerStart.cold_count` (counter) - Count of number of cold
starts.
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_containerStart.recreated_count` (counter) - Count of number
of times container is recreated.
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_containerStart.warm_count` (counter) - Count of number of times
a warm container is used.
+
+##### Log Collection
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_collectLogs_start` (counter) - Count of number of times log
were collected.
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_collectLogs_error` (counter) - Count of number of failed logs
collections.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_collectLogs_error` (histogram) - Time taken for failed log
collection.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_collectLogs_finish` (histogram) - Time taken for successful
log collection.
+
+##### Activation Handling
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.invoker_activation_start` (counter) - Count of activations handled
+
+##### Docker Metrics
+
+Following metrics capture stats around various docker command executions.
+
+* Pause
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.pause_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.pause_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.pause_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.pause_error`
+* Ps
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.ps_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.ps_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.ps_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.ps_error`
+* pull
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.pull_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.pull_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.pull_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.pull_error`
+* rm
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.rm_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.rm_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.rm_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.rm_error`
+* run
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.run_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.run_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.run_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.run_error`
+* unpause
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.unpause_start`
+  * `openwhisk.counter.invoker_docker.unpause_error`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.unpause_finish`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.invoker_docker.unpause_error`
+
+#### Kafka Metrics
+
+Metrics below are emitted per kafka topic.
+
+* `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_<topic name>.delay_start` - Time delay between when a
message was pushed to kafka and when it is read within a consumer. This metric is recorded
for every message read.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_<topic name>_count` - Records the Queue size of the topic.
By default this metric is emitted every 60 secs.
+
+Metrics per topic
+* `cacheInvalidation` - Emitted per controller while reading the cache invalidation messages.
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_cacheInvalidation.delay_start`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_cacheInvalidation_count.count`
+* `health` - Emitted per controller while reading the invoker health pings.
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_health.delay_start`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_health_count`
+* `completed<controllerId>` - Topic to receive completed activations. This is emitted
per controller for its own topic. For example for controller id 0 metric names would be
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_completed0.delay_start`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_completed0_count`
+* `invoker<invokerId>` - Topic to receive activations to complete. This is emitted
per invoker for its own topic. For example for invoker id 0 metric names would be
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_invoker0_count`
+  * `openwhisk.histogram.kafka_invoker0.delay_start`
+
+#### Database Metrics
+
+##### Cache Metrics
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.database_cacheHit_count` - Count of cache hits.
+* `openwhisk.counter.database_cacheMiss_count` - Count of cache misses.
+
+Metrics below are emitted for database related operations and follow a pattern
+
+* `openwhisk.counter.database_<operation type>_start` - Count of database operations
done for given type. Example `openwhisk.counter.database_getDocument_start`.
+* `openwhisk.counter.database_<operation type>_error` - Count of database operations
done for given type which resulted in error. Example `openwhisk.counter.database_getDocument_error`.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.database_<operation type>_finish` - Time taken for successful
completion of given database operation. Example `openwhisk.histogram.database_getDocument_finish`.
+* `openwhisk.histogram.database_<operation type>_error` - Time taken for failed completion
of given database operation. Example `openwhisk.histogram.database_getDocument_error`.
+
+Operation Types
+
+* `deleteDocument`
+* `getDocument`
+* `queryView`
+* `saveDocument`
+* `saveDocumentBulk`
+
 ## User specific metrics
 ### Configuration
 User metrics are enabled by default and could be explicitly disabled by setting the following
property in one of the Ansible configuration files:


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