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Command to view details of database instances #143

bithavoc opened this Issue · 5 comments

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It would be really cool to have a command to view the details of a database, it could be something like jitsu databases view my-db.
Useful information to show:

  • Plan Id
  • Current DB Size
  • Max DB Size
  • Tables/Collection counts.
  • Other quota details common for mongo, redis and couch databases.

I think this requires API enhancements. In the case of MongoDB, the MongoHQ API already provides details for the database here

    "db" : "weekly",
    "collections" : 4,
    "objects" : 16,
    "avgObjSize" : 76.25,
    "dataSize" : 1220,
    "storageSize" : 77312,
    "numExtents" : 5,
    "indexes" : 4,
    "indexSize" : 32768,
    "fileSize" : 201326592,
    "ok" : 1

Same with Redistogo:

  "vm_size": 0,
  "plan": "small",
  "persistence": "aof",
  "last_bgrewriteaof_at": null,
  "label": "server-9001",
  "created_at": "2010-12-20T00:35:22Z",
  "vm_page_size": 32,
  "master_password": null,
  "updated_at": "2010-12-20T00:35:22Z",
  "timeout": 150,
  "slave": false,
  "server_id": 1,
  "port": 9001,
  "memory": 104857600,
  "memory_limit_notification": false,
  "databases": 1,
  "id": 1,
  "hash_max_zipmap_value": 512,
  "vm_max_memory": 94371840,
  "version": "v2.0.4-stable",
  "user_id": 2,
  "snapshots": ["900 1", "300 10", "60 10000"],
  "hash_max_zipmap_entries": 64,
  "vm_enabled": false,
  "master_host": null,
  "appendfsync": "everysec",
  "activerehashing": true,
  "connections": 256,
  "status": "new",
  "password": "cc3da5b7aaaad5b4895d243239beed97",
  "last_backup_at": null,
  "vm_max_threads": 4,
  "master_port": null

I'd vote for just format the JSON result of the provider API since jitsu databases list already shows some pretty formatted information but is also very limited.




+1 ;)

@cronopio cronopio was assigned

@cronopio - I've assigned the issue to you on Github. Looking forward to what you can do!



+1 Nice!


@cronopio Can you give me a status update on this? I know we've talked about this before.

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