I think you mean is it "possible" to do something like "flume-ng
metrics" and at this point the answer is no. However you can use the HTTP
metrics or JMX metrics to query the metrics locally via a program or script
you write yourself, or even "curl" executed over SSH.
Does that make sense?
On Thursday, January 31, 2013, Denny Ye wrote:
> hi guys,
> I have met one problem about Flume monitoring in isolated environment.
> We cannot support JMX or other metrics method in Flume instance. If there
> have any problems in data flow, log file has the only dependency that can
> help me.
> Also I would like to know the event status, such like received by
> source , stored at channel and consumed by sink, and so on. It's useful for
> troubleshooting without other types of monitoring.
> Is this necessary for other one to know metrics from command line like
> this 'bin/flume-ng metrics'?
> Denny Ye