It is perBroker. It gives the count of messages that a broker has. As per my understanding to get it at cluster level,the messages count at each broker needs to be summed up. On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 2:19 PM, Kane Kane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: *Moniii*
I understand many of you are using jmxtrans along with graphite/ganglia to pull out metrics, according to https://kafka.apache.org/081/ops.html, it says "The easiest way to see the available metrics to fire up jconsole and point it at a running kafka client or server; this will all browsing all metrics with JMX. .."
I tried to fire up a jconsole on windows attempting to access our dev and production cluster which are running good, here is the main node of my dev: 10.100.75.128, broker port:9092, zk port:2181
New Connection Remote Process:
Usage: <hostname>:<port> OR service:jmx:<protocol>:<sap> Username: Password:
Sorry about my naive, I tried connect base on above ip just can't be connected, do I need to do something in dev server to be able to make it work?
thanks Alec Li
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