You will need to enable HTTP metrics as noted in the user guide. Then
observe the DrainSuccessCount metric on the channel. That metric will give
you the total events that have been drained from the channel at any given
point in time. from that you can compute the drain rate by taking a couple
measurements spread across a few minutes.
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