Monitoring services using the DC/OS CLI
From the DC/OS CLI, enter the
dcos service command. In this example you can see the native Marathon instance and the installed DC/OS services Chronos, HDFS, and Kafka.
dcos service NAME HOST ACTIVE TASKS CPU MEM DISK ID chronos <privatenode1> True 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 <service-id1> hdfs <privatenode2> True 1 0.35 1036.8 0.0 <service-id2> kafka <privatenode3> True 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 <service-id3> marathon <privatenode3> True 3 2.0 1843.0 100.0 <service-id4>
Monitoring services using the DC/OS web interface
From the DC/OS web interface, click the Services Services tab.
- NAME Displays the DC/OS service name.
- HOST Displays the private agent node where the service running.
- ACTIVE Indicates whether the service is connected to a scheduler.
- TASK Displays the number of running tasks.
- CPU Displays the percentage of CPU in use.
- MEM Displays the amount of memory used.
- DISK Displays the amount of disk space used.
- ID Displays the DC/OS service framework ID. This value is automatically generated and is unique across the cluster.
The Web Interfaces page contains more details about the Services tab.