hsperf a Munin Plugin
hsperf is a plugin for Munin which reads the files from the /tmp/hsperfdata_* folders.
Copyright (C) 2016 Stefan "Bebbo" Franke - email@example.com
- unzip the archive content to /opt/hsperf
- adjust the folders, graphs and properties in the file plugins/hsperf
- copy the files from plugin-conf.d and plugins to the corresponding folders in /etc/munin
- restart munin-node (systemctl restart munin-node)
The provided example observes 4 folders and creates 2 graphs.
JVM Memory graph
This grpahs displays for each java process' memory:
- used size of the old generation
- used size of ede
- used size of survivors 0
- used size of survivors 1
JVM Thread graph
This graph display information of the java threads:
- count of live threads
- max of live threads
- count of started thread in the last interval
The plugins requires a java installation. But since you plan to observer your running JVMs java is installed ^^.
To get an idea which properties are available, run the plugin with "--showprops" after the folders are setup correctly
- Ensure that each JVM is running with an own user. This avoids appearing process id's in the graph legends.
- Identify all /tmp/hsperfdata_<username> folders to appear in the graph and add these paths to the observed folders. Edit plugins/hsperf, e.g.:
- Define the graphs and properties to display. Edit plugins/hsperf, e.g.:
GRAPHS="threads|JVM Threads|number of threads|threadCount,threadMax,threadsStarted"
2016-01-05: download hsperf-v2
2016-01-04: download hsperf-v1
- V2 changed type from COUNTER to DERIVED V2 added
- ".min 0" to each counter to avoid spikes
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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