Monitor various attributes with our extensive out-of-the-box plugins support to see the data you need.
Apache Zookeeper is a distributed hierarchical key-value store, which is used to provide a distributed configuration service, synchronization service, and naming registry for large distributed systems. Install and use our Zookeeper monitoring tool and get detailed insights into system activity and health.
This document details how to configure the Zookeeper plugin and the monitoring metrics for providing in-depth visibility into the performance, availability, and usage stats of Zookeeper servers.
Zookeeper performance monitoring metrics:
The Various out-of-the-box metrics we support are:
"imok" metric denotes the current status of your Zookeeper system. To put it in another way, the metric checks whether the system is running error free or not.
"zk_outstanding_requests" metric counts and records the total number of outstanding requests in your Zookeeper enabled system.
The average delay before transfer of data begins following a requests for its transfer from the system is recorded using the metric "latency_avg".
Minimum session timeout
Use the metric "minsessiontimeout" and get the the minimum session timeout in milliseconds that the server will allow the client to negotiate.
Use the metric "maxclientcnxns" and get the total number of concurrent connections that a single client, identified by IP address, may make to a single member of the ZooKeeper system.
Maximum session timeout
The metric "maxsessiontimeout" lists the maximum session timeout in milliseconds that the server will allow the client to negotiate.
The metric "connections" lists total number of connection/session details for all clients connected to the Zookeeper server.
The metric "zk_packets_sent" lists the total number of packets sent from the Zookeeper system.
The metric "zk_packets_recieved" lists the total number of packets recieved by the Zookeeper system.
How it works?
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