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|CpuCreditBalance||The number of earned CPU credits that an instance has accrued since it was launched or started (including the number of launch credits)|
|CpuUtilization||The percentage of allocated EC2 compute units that the broker currently uses.|
|CurrentConnectionsCount||The current number of active connections on the current broker.|
|JournalFilesForFastRecovery||The number of journal files that will be replayed after a clean shutdown.|
|JournalFilesForFullRecovery||The number of journal files that will be replayed after an unclean shutdown.|
|HeapUsage||The percentage of the ActiveMQ JVM memory limit that the broker currently uses.|
|NetworkIn||The volume of incoming traffic for the broker.|
|NetworkOut||The volume of outgoing traffic for the broker.|
|OpenTransactionsCount||The total number of transactions in progress.|
|StorePercentUsage||The percent used by the storage limit. If this reaches 100 the broker will refuse messages.|
|TotalConsumerCount||The number of message consumers subscribed to destinations on the current broker.|
|TotalMessageCount||The number of messages stored on the broker.|
|TotalProducerCount||The number of message producers active on destinations on the current broker.|
|ConsumerCount||The number of consumers subscribed to the destination.|
|EnqueueCount||The number of messages sent to the destination.|
|EnqueueTime||The amount of time it takes the broker to accept a message from the producer and send it to the destination.|
|ExpiredCount||The number of messages that could not be delivered because they expired.|
|DispatchCount||The number of messages sent to consumers.|
|DequeueCount||The number of messages acknowledged by consumers.|
|MemoryUsage||The percentage of the memory limit that the destination currently uses.|
|ProducerCount||The number of producers for the destination.|
|QueueSize||The number of messages in the queue. (This metric applies only to queues.)|
Metrics for Amazon MQ are pulled every 5 minutes, this can be changed via agent configuration (
com.instana.plugin.aws.mq: cloudwatch_period: 300
To disable monitoring of MQ instances use the following configuration:
com.instana.plugin.aws.mq: enabled: false
In order to enable in-depth metric monitoring, you need to inform the Agent about the queues/topics you want to monitor for every broker.
You can configure it in the agent
com.instana.plugin.aws.mq: PLACEHOLDER_BROKER_NAME: # replace PLACEHOLDER_BROKER_NAME with your broker name queues: # max 100 queues - 'queue1' - 'queue2' topics: # max 100 topics - 'topic1'
Multiple tags can be defined, separated by a comma. Tags should be provided as a key-value pair separated by :. In order to make configuration easier, it is possible to define which tags you want to include in discovery or exclude from discovery. In case of defining tag in both lists (include and exclude), exclude list has higher priority. If there is no need for services filtering, the configuration should not be defined. It’s not mandatory to define all values in order to enable filtering.
Users are able to specify how often sensors will poll the AWS tagged resources using the
tagged-services-poll-rate configuration property (default 300 seconds).
To define how often sensors will poll the tagged resources use following configuration:
com.instana.plugin.aws: tagged-services-poll-rate: 60 #default 300
To include services by tags into discovery use following configuration:
com.instana.plugin.aws.mq: include_tags: # Comma separated list of tags in key:value format (e.g. env:prod,env:staging)
To exclude services by tags from discovery use following configuration:
com.instana.plugin.aws.mq: exclude_tags: # Comma separated list of tags in key:value format (e.g. env:dev,env:test)