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Managed Executors Runtime Stats

Overview

The managed executors / thread pools in the EE subsytem currently do not show any runtime information stats when invoked with include-runtime=true, and such would be useful to check the performance and tuning.

Issue Metadata

Issue

Dev Contacts

QE Contacts

Testing By

[x] Engineering

[ ] QE

Affected Projects or Components

  • WildFly

Other Interested Projects

  • NONE

Requirements

  • Add the following runtime read-only attributes to the /subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service resource, to obtain runtime stats:

  • active-thread-count: the approximate number of threads that are actively executing tasks.

  • completed-task-count: the approximate total number of tasks that have completed execution.

  • current-queue-size: the current size of the executor’s task queue.

  • hung-thread-count: the number of executor threads that are hung.

  • max-thread-count: the largest number of executor threads.

  • task-count: the approximate total number of tasks that have ever been submitted for execution.

  • thread-count: the current number of executor threads.

CLI to read the attributes from the Managed Executor Service resource named default:

/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=active-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=completed-task-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=current-queue-size)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=hung-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=max-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=task-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=thread-count)
  • Add the following runtime read-only attributes to the /subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service resource to obtain runtime stats:

  • active-thread-count: the approximate number of threads that are actively executing tasks.

  • completed-task-count: the approximate total number of tasks that have completed execution.

  • current-queue-size: the current size of the executor’s task queue.

  • hung-thread-count: the number of executor threads that are hung.

  • max-thread-count: the largest number of executor threads.

  • task-count: the approximate total number of tasks that have ever been submitted for execution.

  • thread-count: the current number of executor threads.

CLI to read the attributes from the Managed Scheduled Executor Service resource named default:

/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=active-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=completed-task-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=current-queue-size)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=hung-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=max-thread-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=task-count)
/subsystem=ee/managed-scheduled-executor-service=default:read-attribute(name=thread-count)

Hard Requirements

  • NONE

Nice-to-Have Requirements

A Performance and Tuning Guide section, with respect to usage of managed executor runtime stats, would be helpful for users.

Non-Requirements

  • Domain mode: the new attributes discussed in this proposal will be provided on the servers in a managed domain, but will not be registered with the /profile=*/subsystem=ee resources.

Test Plan

  • Changes in Wildfly management model will be covered in WFLY testsuite.

  • Checking the new featured functionality work as expected will be covered in WFLY testsuite.

Community Documentation

  • Covered by attribute description in management model.

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