Exemple #1
func ExampleGaugeVec() {
	binaryVersion := flag.String("binary_version", "debug", "Version of the binary: debug, canary, production.")

	opsQueued := prometheus.NewGaugeVec(
			Namespace:   "our_company",
			Subsystem:   "blob_storage",
			Name:        "ops_queued",
			Help:        "Number of blob storage operations waiting to be processed, partitioned by user and type.",
			ConstLabels: prometheus.Labels{"binary_version": *binaryVersion},
			// Which user has requested the operation?
			// Of what type is the operation?

	// Increase a value using compact (but order-sensitive!) WithLabelValues().
	opsQueued.WithLabelValues("bob", "put").Add(4)
	// Increase a value with a map using WithLabels. More verbose, but order
	// doesn't matter anymore.
	opsQueued.With(prometheus.Labels{"type": "delete", "user": "alice"}).Inc()
// NewClusterManager creates the two metric vectors OOMCount and RAMUsage. Note
// that the zone is set as a ConstLabel. (It's different in each instance of the
// ClusterManager, but constant over the lifetime of an instance.) The reported
// values are partitioned by host, which is therefore a variable label.
func NewClusterManager(zone string) *ClusterManager {
	return &ClusterManager{
		Zone: zone,
		OOMCount: prometheus.NewCounterVec(
				Subsystem:   "clustermanager",
				Name:        "oom_count",
				Help:        "number of OOM crashes",
				ConstLabels: prometheus.Labels{"zone": zone},
		RAMUsage: prometheus.NewGaugeVec(
				Subsystem:   "clustermanager",
				Name:        "ram_usage_bytes",
				Help:        "RAM usage as reported to the cluster manager",
				ConstLabels: prometheus.Labels{"zone": zone},
Exemple #3
	//  NewSummaryVec(opts, ["filename", "pid", "latency", "bandwidth"]
	fileTimes = prom.NewHistogramVec(prom.HistogramOpts{
		Name:    "file_times_ms",
		Help:    "Time for peer to get a file.",
		Buckets: prom.LinearBuckets(1, .25, 12),
	}, fields)

	blockTimes = prom.NewHistogramVec(prom.HistogramOpts{
		Name:    "block_times_ms",
		Help:    "Time for peer to get a block.",
		Buckets: prom.ExponentialBuckets(0.005, 10, 10),
		//Buckets: prom.LinearBuckets(0, .05, 100),
	}, fields)

	dupBlocks = prom.NewGaugeVec(prom.GaugeOpts{
		Name: "dup_blocks_count",
		Help: "Count of total duplicate blocks received.",
	}, fields)

type PromHandler struct {
	currLables prom.Labels

func (p *PromHandler) Start() {

func (p *PromHandler) Observe(field *prom.HistogramVec, elapsed time.Duration) {
	labels := p.getLabels()
Exemple #4
	pst "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/github.com/jbenet/go-peerstream/transport"
	psy "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/github.com/jbenet/go-peerstream/transport/yamux"
	goprocessctx "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/github.com/jbenet/goprocess/context"
	prom "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus"
	mafilter "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/github.com/whyrusleeping/multiaddr-filter"
	context "github.com/heems/bssim/Godeps/_workspace/src/golang.org/x/net/context"

var log = eventlog.Logger("swarm2")

var PSTransport pst.Transport

var peersTotal = prom.NewGaugeVec(prom.GaugeOpts{
	Namespace: "ipfs",
	Subsystem: "p2p",
	Name:      "peers_total",
	Help:      "Number of connected peers",
}, []string{"peer_id"})

func init() {
	tpt := *psy.DefaultTransport
	tpt.MaxStreamWindowSize = 512 * 1024
	PSTransport = &tpt

// Swarm is a connection muxer, allowing connections to other peers to
// be opened and closed, while still using the same Chan for all
// communication. The Chan sends/receives Messages, which note the
// destination or source Peer.
// Uses peerstream.Swarm