Monitor database response time for your VoltDB databases using Site24x7 plugins.
VoltDB is an in-memory operational database which uses a share-nothing architecture to achieve database parallelism. Troubleshoot all your database performance issues using key metrics presented as detailed graphs and data.
This document details how to configure the Oracle VoltDB plugin and the monitoring metrics for providing in-depth visibility into the performance, availability, and usage stats of VoltDB servers.
VoltDB performance monitoring metrics:
Take informed troubleshooting decisions by keeping track of critical VoltDB metrics including:
The metric java_memory gives us the total amount of memory that has been allocated for Java in the database as well as the total amount that has been used.
Tuples represent the total number of records that are present in a database. Use the metric "tuple_memory" and calculate the total amount of memory that has been allocated for tuples in the database.
Using the metric indexed_memory you can get the total amount of memory indexed for handling large data sets.
Enabling Recieve Side Scaling allows a system to distribute the recieve side data processing to multiple processors rather than overloading a single one. The metric "RSS" gives us the Recieve Side Scaling of tables in a VoltDB server.
A memory pool is a preallocated memory space with a fixed size. Use the metric "pooled_memory" and get the total amount of memory pooled for dynamic memory allocation.
Tuples represent the total number of records that are present in a database. Use the metric "tuple_count" and get the total number of tuples present in the database.
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