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README.md

Build Status

Name

rsbeat - The Beat used to collect and analyze redis slow log.

Table of Contents

Status

Production ready.

Version

The current version is 5.3.2.

Requirements

Description

Rsbeat use slowlog get command to read slow log. The following image shows the key flow.

rsbeat flow

  1. Rsbeat connects to every redis server and send the following commands.
config set slowlog-log-slower-than 20000 # tell redis to log all commands whose execution time exceeds this time in microseconds
config set slowlog-max-len 500 # tell redis to just record recent 500 slow logs
slowlog reset #tell redis to clear current slow log records
  1. Rsbeat periodically pull slow log from redis.
  2. Rsbeat publish all slow log events to elasticsearch.
  3. User can analyze all slow log events through Kibana. Rsbeat has already provided a useful kibana dashboard which user can import directly to kibana.

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Usage

Like the other beats, rsbeat is easy to use.

Install

To build the binary for rsbeat run the command below. This will generate a binary in the same directory with the name rsbeat.

make

Alternatively, you can download the binary file from release page.

To run rsbeat with debugging output enabled, run:

./rsbeat -c rsbeat.yml -e -d "*"

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Config

Rsbeat has the following config fields.

rsbeat:
  period: 1s 
  redis: ["192.168.33.10:6379"]
  slowerThan: 100 
  • rsbeat.period: Defines how often an event is sent to the output.
  • rsbeat.redis: Defines redis server list.
  • rsbeat.slowerThan: Defines time in microseconds which is sent to redis server by command config set slowlog-log-slower-than.

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Run

Firstly, run rsbeat.

./rsbeat -c rsbeat.yml

Secondly, import kibana dashboard.

Enjoy your travel to redis slow log now!

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Docker

We use docker-compose for our docker environment, so we have put a docker-compose.yml file under the project docker directory.

Usage is very simple.

First step: Start kibana

cd docker
docker-compose start kibana

Connect to http://127.0.0.1:5601, you should see kibana interface.

Second step: Download latest rsbeat and run rsbeat

cd docker
curl -fsSL 'https://github.com/Yourdream/rsbeat/releases/download/v5.3.2/rsbeat-linux-amd64' -o rsbeat-linux-amd64
docker-compose build rsbeat
docker-compose run -e "REDIS_LIST=\"10.0.0.40:6379\"" rsbeat

Now you should see logs in console output.

REDIS_LIST is the redis instance you wish to monitor. You can specify more instances like this REDIS_LIST=\"10.0.0.40:6379\",\"10.0.0.21:6379\". But DO NOT USE 127.0.0.1 or localhost host because the docker container network archetecture cannot connect to service in host machine.

The other environment variables are as belows:

  1. PERIOD defines how often an event is sent to the output. For example -e "PERIOD=2s". The default value is 1s.
  2. ES_URL specify the elasticsearch url. For example -e "ES_URL=10.0.0.20:9200". The default value is elasticsearch:9200 which is the elasticsearch service in docker.
  3. REDIS_SLOWER_THAN defines time in microseconds which is sent to redis server by command config set slowlog-log-slower-than. The default value is 100.

Third step: Configure kibana

  1. Add rsbeat-* index template to kibana and use @log_timestamp as the Time-field name.
  2. Import rsbeat-dashboard.json in project root directory in kibana Management -> Saved Objects page.
  3. Go to dashboard and choose rsbeat-analysis.

Enjoy it! Check about docker-compose cli reference, elasticsearch docker reference, kibana docker reference for more details.

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Exported Fields

Following is the exported fields.

{
    "@timestamp": "2017-04-24T04:51:59.000Z",
    "slowId": 717,
    "cmd": "SADD",
    "key": "pushUserId",
    "args": [
      "dfd60b06de3b102afcdcad12sad"
    ],
    "duration": 928,
    "ipPort": "127.0.0.1:6379",
    "extraTime": "2017-04-24T04:51:59Z",
    "beat": {
      "hostname": "localhost",
      "name": "localhost",
      "version": "5.1.3"
    },
    "type": "rsbeat"
  }

Compare to redis slowlog get output fields:

redis 127.0.0.1:6379> slowlog get
1)  1) (integer) 717
    2) (integer) 1493009519
    3) (integer) 928
    4) 1) "SADD"
       2) "pushUserId"
       3) "dfd60b06de3b102afcdcad12sad"

Every entry is composed of four fields coresponding to rsbeat exported fields:

  • slowId: A unique progressive identifier for every slow log entry.
  • extraTime: The unix timestamp at which the logged command was processed.
  • duration: The amount of time needed for its execution, in microseconds.
  • cmd key args: The array composing the arguments of the command.

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Kibana Dashboard

Rsbeat has a prebuilt dashboard for you to analyze your slow log quickly. rsbeat-dashboard

Go to Kibana Management Menu and import rsbeat-dashboard.json to Saved Objects.

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