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Re: MutableCounterLong metrics display in ganglia
The counter, being num-ops, should up-count and not reset. Note that
your test may be at fault though - calling hsync may not always call
NN#fsync(…) unless you are passing the proper flags to make it always
do so.

On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 4:27 PM, lei liu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I use hadoop-2.0.5 and config hadoop-metrics2.properties file with below
> content.
> *.sink.ganglia.class=org.
> apache.hadoop.metrics2.sink.ganglia.GangliaSink31
> *.sink.ganglia.period=10
> *.sink.ganglia.supportsparse=true
> namenode.sink.ganglia.servers=10.232.98.74:8649
> datanode.sink.ganglia.servers=10.232.98.74:8649
>
> I write one programme that call FSDataOutputStream.hsync() method once per
> second.
>
> There is "@Metric MutableCounterLong fsyncCount" metrics in DataNodeMetrics,
> when FSDataOutputStream.hsync() method is called, the value of  fsyncCount
> is increased, dataNode send the value of  fsyncCount to ganglia every ten
> seconds, so I think the value  of  fsyncCount in ganglia should be 10, 20
> ,30, 40 and so on .  but the ganglia display 1,1,1,1,1 ...... , so the value
> is
> the value of fsyncCount is set to zero every ten seconds and
> ”fsyncCount.value/10“ .
>
>
> Is  the the value of MutableCounterLong class  set to zero every ten seconds
> and   MutableCounterLong .value/10?
>
> Thanks,
>
> LiuLei
>
>

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Harsh J
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