PX storage and network stats can easily be integrated with prometheus or similar applications. These stats are exported at port 9001; your application can poll http://<IP_ADDRESS>:9001/metrics to get their runtime values.
Integration with Prometheus
Step 1: Configuring Prometheus to watch px node
Add your px node as a target in Prometheus config file:
In the example above, our node has IP address of 126.96.36.199, so Prometheus is watching 188.8.131.52:9001 as its target. This can be any node in the PX cluster.
Step 2: PX metrics to watch and building graphs with Prometheus
Once Prometheus starts watching px node, you will be able to see new portworx related metrics added to Prometheus.
You can now build graphs:
A curl request on port 9001 also shows the stats:
Storage and Network stats
px_cluster_cpu_percent: average CPU usage for the PX cluster nodes in percentage px_cluster_disk_available_bytes: available storage in px cluster in bytes px_cluster_disk_utilized_bytes: used storage in px cluster in bytes px_cluster_memory_utilized_percent: average memory usage for the px cluster nodes px_cluster_pendingio: total bytes (read/write) being currently processed
px_network_io_bytessent: bytes sent by this node to other nodes px_network_io_received_bytes: bytes received by this node from other nodes
px_volume_depth_io:number of i/o operations being served at once px_volume_iops: operations per second px_volume_latency_seconds: time spent by px_volume_read_bytes: total bytes read from volume px_volume_reads: number of read operations served by the volume px_volume_readthroughput: bytes read per second px_volume_writes: number of write operations served by the volume px_colume_writethroughput:bytes written per second px_volume_written_bytes: total bytes written to the volume