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Re: HBase "NumOps" metrics reseted.
The numOps is not a monotonic counter ... see this thread:
http://old.nabble.com/HBase-jmx-stats-td31683839.html
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On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 11:52 PM, Vladimir Tretyakov
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi, I am new with Hbase and try to extract HBase metrics by JMX, so I
> noticed that "NumOps" metrics reset periodically, but How I see in code
> (RegionServerMetrics.java class) they shouldn't.
>
> That what I've got on my mashine:
>
> 21:11 (my local time)
>      compactRegionNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      regionServerReportNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      abortNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      balanceSwitchNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
> *compactionSizeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 3
>     flushTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 4*
>      fsReadLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 20
>      atomicIncrementTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      fsSyncLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 65
>      fsWriteLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 54
> *compactionTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 3
>     flushSizeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 4*
>
>
> 21:27 (my local time)
>      compactRegionNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      regionServerReportNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      abortNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      balanceSwitchNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
> *compactionSizeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 1
>     flushTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 2*
>      fsReadLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 739
>      atomicIncrementTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 0
>      fsSyncLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 51
>      fsWriteLatencyNumOps java.lang.Integer = 781
> *compactionTimeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 1
>     flushSizeNumOps java.lang.Integer = 2*
>
> My Q is: should compactionTimeNumOps, flushSizeNumOps and so one reset state
> or they should save their state?
>
> With best regards, Vladimir Tretyakov, Sematext
NEW: Monitor These Apps!
elasticsearch, apache solr, apache hbase, hadoop, redis, casssandra, amazon cloudwatch, mysql, memcached, apache kafka, apache zookeeper, apache storm, ubuntu, centOS, red hat, debian, puppet labs, java, senseiDB