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Introduction

Apache DolphinScheduler has export some metrics to monitor the system. We use micrometer for the exporter facade, and the default exporter is prometheus, more exporter is coming soon.

Quick Start

You can add the following config in master/worker/alert/api's yaml file to open the metrics exporter.

metrics:
  enabled: true

Once you open the metrics exporter, you can access the metrics by the url: http://ip:port/actuator/prometheus

The exporter port is the server.port defined in application.yaml, e.g: master: server.port: 5679, worker: server.port: 1235, alert: server.port: 50053, api: server.port: 12345.

For example, you can get the master metrics by curl http://localhost:5679/actuator/prometheus

We have prepared the out-of-the-box Grafana configuration for you, you can find the Grafana dashboard at dolphinscheduler-meter/resources/grafana, you can directly import these dashboards to grafana.

If you want to try at docker, you can use the following command to start the prometheus with grafana:

cd dolphinscheduler-meter/src/main/resources/grafana-demo
docker compose up

Then you can access the grafana by the url: http://localhost/3001

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Master Metrics

Master metrics are exported by the DolphinScheduler master server.

System Metrics

  • dolphinscheduler_master_overload_count: Indicates the number of times the master has been overloaded.
  • dolphinscheduler_master_consume_command_count: Indicates the number of commands has consumed.

Process Metrics

  • dolphinscheduler_create_command_count: Indicates the number of command has been inserted.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_submit_count: Indicates the number of process has been submitted.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_running_gauge: Indicates the number of process are running now.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_timeout_count: Indicates the number of process has been timeout.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_finish_count: Indicates the number of process has been finished, include success or failure.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_success_count: Indicates the number of process has been successful.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_stop_count: Indicates the number of process has been stopped.
  • dolphinscheduler_process_instance_failover_count: Indicates the number of process has been failed over.

Task Metrics

  • dolphinscheduler_task_timeout_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been timeout.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_finish_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been finished, include success or failure.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_success_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been successful.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_timeout_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been timeout.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_retry_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been retry.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_failover_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been failover.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_dispatch_count: Indicates the number of tasks has been dispatched to worker.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_dispatch_failed_count: Indicates the number of tasks dispatched failed, if dispatched failed will retry.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_dispatch_error_count: Indicates the number of tasks dispatched error, if dispatched error, means there are exception occur.

Worker Metrics

Worker metrics are exported by the DolphinScheduler worker server.

System Metrics

  • dolphinscheduler_worker_overload_count: Indicates the number of times the worker has been overloaded.
  • dolphinscheduler_worker_submit_queue_is_full_count: Indicates the number of times the worker's submit queue has been full.

Task Metrics

  • dolphinscheduler_task_execute_count: Indicates the number of times a task has been executed, it contains a tag - task_type.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_execution_count: Indicates the total number of task has been executed.
  • dolphinscheduler_task_execution_timer: Indicates the time spent executing tasks.

Default System Metrics

In each server, there are some default metrics related to the system instance.

Database Metrics

  • hikaricp_connections_creation_seconds_max: Connection creation time max.
  • hikaricp_connections_creation_seconds_count: Connection creation time count.
  • hikaricp_connections_creation_seconds_sum: Connection creation time sum.
  • hikaricp_connections_acquire_seconds_max: Connection acquire time max.
  • hikaricp_connections_acquire_seconds_count: Connection acquire time count.
  • hikaricp_connections_acquire_seconds_sum: Connection acquire time sum.
  • hikaricp_connections_usage_seconds_max: Connection usage max.
  • hikaricp_connections_usage_seconds_count: Connection usage time count.
  • hikaricp_connections_usage_seconds_sum: Connection usage time sum.
  • hikaricp_connections_max: Max connections.
  • hikaricp_connections_min Min connections
  • hikaricp_connections_active: Active connections.
  • hikaricp_connections_idle: Idle connections.
  • hikaricp_connections_pending: Pending connections.
  • hikaricp_connections_timeout_total: Timeout connections.
  • hikaricp_connections: Total connections
  • jdbc_connections_max: Maximum number of active connections that can be allocated at the same time.
  • jdbc_connections_min: Minimum number of idle connections in the pool.
  • jdbc_connections_idle: Number of established but idle connections.
  • jdbc_connections_active: Current number of active connections that have been allocated from the data source.

JVM Metrics

  • jvm_buffer_total_capacity_bytes: An estimate of the total capacity of the buffers in this pool.
  • jvm_buffer_count_buffers: An estimate of the number of buffers in the pool.
  • jvm_buffer_memory_used_bytes: An estimate of the memory that the Java virtual machine is using for this buffer pool.
  • jvm_memory_committed_bytes: The amount of memory in bytes that is committed for the Java virtual machine to use.
  • jvm_memory_max_bytes: The maximum amount of memory in bytes that can be used for memory management.
  • jvm_memory_used_bytes: The amount of used memory.
  • jvm_threads_peak_threads: The peak live thread count since the Java virtual machine started or peak was reset.
  • jvm_threads_states_threads: The current number of threads having NEW state.
  • jvm_gc_memory_allocated_bytes_total: Incremented for an increase in the size of the (young) heap memory pool after one GC to before the next.
  • jvm_gc_max_data_size_bytes: Max size of long-lived heap memory pool.
  • jvm_gc_pause_seconds_count: Time spent count in GC pause.
  • jvm_gc_pause_seconds_sum: Time spent sum in GC pause.
  • jvm_gc_pause_seconds_max: Time spent max in GC pause.
  • jvm_gc_live_data_size_bytes: Size of long-lived heap memory pool after reclamation.
  • jvm_gc_memory_promoted_bytes_total: Count of positive increases in the size of the old generation memory pool before GC to after GC.
  • jvm_classes_loaded_classes: The number of classes that are currently loaded in the Java virtual machine.
  • jvm_threads_live_threads: The current number of live threads including both daemon and non-daemon threads.
  • jvm_threads_daemon_threads: The current number of live daemon threads.
  • jvm_classes_unloaded_classes_total: The total number of classes unloaded since the Java virtual machine has started execution.
  • process_cpu_usage: The "recent cpu usage" for the Java Virtual Machine process.
  • process_start_time_seconds: Start time of the process since unix epoch.
  • process_uptime_seconds: The uptime of the Java virtual machine.

Other Metrics

  • jetty_threads_config_max: The maximum number of threads in the pool.
  • jetty_threads_config_min: The minimum number of threads in the pool.
  • jetty_threads_current: The total number of threads in the pool.
  • jetty_threads_idle: The number of idle threads in the pool.
  • jetty_threads_busy: The number of busy threads in the pool.
  • jetty_threads_jobs: Number of jobs queued waiting for a thread.
  • process_files_max_files: The maximum file descriptor count.
  • process_files_open_files: The open file descriptor count.
  • system_cpu_usage: The "recent cpu usage" for the whole system.
  • system_cpu_count: The number of processors available to the Java virtual machine.
  • system_load_average_1m: The sum of the number of runnable entities queued to available processors and the number of runnable entities running on the available processors averaged over a period of time.
  • logback_events_total: Number of level events that made it to the logs