Scylla exposes two interfaces for online monitoring, as described below
By default, Scylla listen on port 9180 for Prometheus requests. To connect a Prometheus server to scylla in your prometheus.yaml configuration file, add scylla as a target with
For more information on monitoring Scylla with Prometheus see Scylla Monitoring Stack
You can change Prometheus listening address and port in scylla.yaml file
# prometheus port # By default, Scylla opens prometheus API port on port 9180 # setting the port to 0 will disable the prometheus API. prometheus_port: 9180 # # prometheus address # By default, Scylla binds all interfaces to the prometheus API # It is possible to restrict the listening address to a specific one prometheus_address: 0.0.0.0
Starting from Scylla version 2.3 scyllatop will not use Collectd any more.
By default, Scylla send metrics to a local Collectd process, allowing you to watch Scylla status with scyllatop. Scylla can also sends metric over Collectd protocol to external Collectd server, Graphite or similar tools. To forward metrics to external server, update
/etc/collectd.d/scylla.conf to work as a proxy:
LoadPlugin network <Plugin "network"> Listen "127.0.0.1" "25826" Server "remote-ip" "25826" Forward true </Plugin>
remote-ip is the IP of your external Collectd server. Make sure to keep other elements of the file as is. Restart the collectd server for the new configuration to apply
sudo service collectd restart.
To change sample rate of Scylla metrics, update the
SCYLLA_ARGS line in
/etc/sysconfig/scylla-server file, parameter
--collectd-poll-period 3000 (number in ms).