Apache CouchDB is an open source document-oriented NoSQL database. This integration installs and configures Telegraf to send CouchDB metrics into Wavefront. Telegraf is a light-weight server process capable of collecting, processing, aggregating, and sending metrics to a Wavefront proxy.
In addition to setting up the metrics flow, this integration also installs a dashboard. Here’s the Performance Counters section of a dashboard displaying CouchDB metrics:
To see a list of the metrics for this integration, select the integration from https://github.com/influxdata/telegraf/tree/master/plugins/inputs.
This integration uses the CouchDB input plugin for Telegraf.
Note: This integration was verified with CouchDB 2.x. This integration provides updated setup instructions and dashboard for CouchDB. For the previous setup instructions, see the CouchDB (Archived) integration in the Archived section.
Step 1. Install the Telegraf Agent
This integration uses the couchdb input plugin for Telegraf. If you’ve already installed Telegraf on your server(s), you can skip to Step 2.
Log in to your Wavefront instance and follow the instructions in the Setup tab to install Telegraf and a Wavefront proxy in your environment. If a proxy is already running in your environment, you can select that proxy and the Telegraf install command connects with that proxy. Sign up for a free trial to check it out!
Step 2. Configure CouchDB Input Plugin
Create a file called
/etc/telegraf/telegraf.d and enter the following snippet:
[[inputs.couchdb]] hosts = ["http://<serverip>:5984/_node/_local/_stats"]
If the server is accessed with credentials, then enter the following snippet instead:
[[inputs.couchdb]] hosts = ["http://<username>:<password>@<serverip>:5984/_node/_local/_stats"]
serverip with the IP of your CouchDB instance. Replace
password with credentials for the server.
Step 3. Restart Telegraf
sudo service telegraf restart to restart your agent.