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// Copyright 2015 The Prometheus Authors
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
// You may obtain a copy of the License at
//
// http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
//
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
// WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.
package prometheus
import (
"errors"
"os"
"github.com/prometheus/procfs"
)
type processCollector struct {
collectFn func(chan<- Metric)
pidFn func() (int, error)
reportErrors bool
cpuTotal *Desc
openFDs, maxFDs *Desc
vsize, maxVsize *Desc
rss *Desc
startTime *Desc
}
// ProcessCollectorOpts defines the behavior of a process metrics collector
// created with NewProcessCollector.
type ProcessCollectorOpts struct {
// PidFn returns the PID of the process the collector collects metrics
// for. It is called upon each collection. By default, the PID of the
// current process is used, as determined on construction time by
// calling os.Getpid().
PidFn func() (int, error)
// If non-empty, each of the collected metrics is prefixed by the
// provided string and an underscore ("_").
Namespace string
// If true, any error encountered during collection is reported as an
// invalid metric (see NewInvalidMetric). Otherwise, errors are ignored
// and the collected metrics will be incomplete. (Possibly, no metrics
// will be collected at all.) While that's usually not desired, it is
// appropriate for the common "mix-in" of process metrics, where process
// metrics are nice to have, but failing to collect them should not
// disrupt the collection of the remaining metrics.
ReportErrors bool
}
// NewProcessCollector returns a collector which exports the current state of
// process metrics including CPU, memory and file descriptor usage as well as
// the process start time. The detailed behavior is defined by the provided
// ProcessCollectorOpts. The zero value of ProcessCollectorOpts creates a
// collector for the current process with an empty namespace string and no error
// reporting.
//
// Currently, the collector depends on a Linux-style proc filesystem and
// therefore only exports metrics for Linux.
//
// Note: An older version of this function had the following signature:
//
// NewProcessCollector(pid int, namespace string) Collector
//
// Most commonly, it was called as
//
// NewProcessCollector(os.Getpid(), "")
//
// The following call of the current version is equivalent to the above:
//
// NewProcessCollector(ProcessCollectorOpts{})
func NewProcessCollector(opts ProcessCollectorOpts) Collector {
ns := ""
if len(opts.Namespace) > 0 {
ns = opts.Namespace + "_"
}
c := &processCollector{
reportErrors: opts.ReportErrors,
cpuTotal: NewDesc(
ns+"process_cpu_seconds_total",
"Total user and system CPU time spent in seconds.",
nil, nil,
),
openFDs: NewDesc(
ns+"process_open_fds",
"Number of open file descriptors.",
nil, nil,
),
maxFDs: NewDesc(
ns+"process_max_fds",
"Maximum number of open file descriptors.",
nil, nil,
),
vsize: NewDesc(
ns+"process_virtual_memory_bytes",
"Virtual memory size in bytes.",
nil, nil,
),
maxVsize: NewDesc(
ns+"process_virtual_memory_max_bytes",
"Maximum amount of virtual memory available in bytes.",
nil, nil,
),
rss: NewDesc(
ns+"process_resident_memory_bytes",
"Resident memory size in bytes.",
nil, nil,
),
startTime: NewDesc(
ns+"process_start_time_seconds",
"Start time of the process since unix epoch in seconds.",
nil, nil,
),
}
if opts.PidFn == nil {
pid := os.Getpid()
c.pidFn = func() (int, error) { return pid, nil }
} else {
c.pidFn = opts.PidFn
}
// Set up process metric collection if supported by the runtime.
if _, err := procfs.NewStat(); err == nil {
c.collectFn = c.processCollect
} else {
c.collectFn = func(ch chan<- Metric) {
c.reportError(ch, nil, errors.New("process metrics not supported on this platform"))
}
}
return c
}
// Describe returns all descriptions of the collector.
func (c *processCollector) Describe(ch chan<- *Desc) {
ch <- c.cpuTotal
ch <- c.openFDs
ch <- c.maxFDs
ch <- c.vsize
ch <- c.maxVsize
ch <- c.rss
ch <- c.startTime
}
// Collect returns the current state of all metrics of the collector.
func (c *processCollector) Collect(ch chan<- Metric) {
c.collectFn(ch)
}
func (c *processCollector) processCollect(ch chan<- Metric) {
pid, err := c.pidFn()
if err != nil {
c.reportError(ch, nil, err)
return
}
p, err := procfs.NewProc(pid)
if err != nil {
c.reportError(ch, nil, err)
return
}
if stat, err := p.NewStat(); err == nil {
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.cpuTotal, CounterValue, stat.CPUTime())
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.vsize, GaugeValue, float64(stat.VirtualMemory()))
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.rss, GaugeValue, float64(stat.ResidentMemory()))
if startTime, err := stat.StartTime(); err == nil {
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.startTime, GaugeValue, startTime)
} else {
c.reportError(ch, c.startTime, err)
}
} else {
c.reportError(ch, nil, err)
}
if fds, err := p.FileDescriptorsLen(); err == nil {
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.openFDs, GaugeValue, float64(fds))
} else {
c.reportError(ch, c.openFDs, err)
}
if limits, err := p.NewLimits(); err == nil {
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.maxFDs, GaugeValue, float64(limits.OpenFiles))
ch <- MustNewConstMetric(c.maxVsize, GaugeValue, float64(limits.AddressSpace))
} else {
c.reportError(ch, nil, err)
}
}
func (c *processCollector) reportError(ch chan<- Metric, desc *Desc, err error) {
if !c.reportErrors {
return
}
if desc == nil {
desc = NewInvalidDesc(err)
}
ch <- NewInvalidMetric(desc, err)
}