measuring gossip bandwidth
mbrender at basho.com
Wed Mar 4 09:52:10 EST 2015
This one flew by unanswered. After speaking with a friend internally, I
hear that the boundary plugin  picks this up and shows it nicely. I
would use that with a basho bench run (How to here ) to get a sense of
what the network traffic profile looks like. It is usually quite a bit
higher than just the ingest stream due to replication of 3.
Hope that helps!
*Matt Brender | Developer Advocacy Lead*
t: @mjbrender <https://twitter.com/mjbrender>
On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 4:08 AM, Damien Krotkine <
damien.krotkine at booking.com> wrote:
> I'd like to (at least approximately know) how much gossiping (and other
> things that are non strictly data-copying related) uses of the network
> Is there any information I can lookup in logs or via the console, or even
> any experiment that I can do to measure it?
> I am operating clusters in a bandwidth-constrainted environment, and I'd
> like to keep bandwidth usage to a minimum
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