RabbitMQ Top Plugin
https://github.com/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-serverThis was migrated to
This repository has been moved to the main unified RabbitMQ "monorepo", including all open issues. You can find the source under /deps/rabbitmq_top. All issues have been transferred.
Adds UNIX top-like information on the Erlang VM to the management UI.
The closest interactive CLI alternative in recent releases is
This is what it looks like:
This plugin ships with RabbitMQ as of
3.6.3. Enable it with
# use sudo as necessary rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_top
You can download a pre-built binary of this plugin for RabbitMQ
3.5.x from RabbitMQ Community plugins page.
Sort by process ID, memory use or reductions/sec (an approximate measure of CPU use).
Click on the process description (e.g. "my queue") to see that object's management view.
Click on the process ID (e.g. "<0.3423.0>") to see some more Erlang process details.
See Memory Use Analysis guide on RabbitMQ website for more information.
You can drive the HTTP API yourself. It installs into the management plugin's API; you should understand that first. Once you do, the additional paths look like:
List of processes. Takes similar query string parameters to other
columns. Sorting is quite
important as it currently hard-codes returning the top 20 processes.
Individual process details.
Individual process metrics are also available:
Building from Source
You can build and install it like any other plugin (see the plugin development guide).
License and Copyright
(c) 2007-2020 VMware, Inc. or its affiliates.
Released under the same license as RabbitMQ.