Stash monitoring

I'm looking for a way to monitor Stash performance. We are using Nagios in our organization and it is pretty straightforward to use it with regards to http.

But I'm wondering how to monitor git processes in Stash. Does anyone has an experience with this?



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Roger Barnes Atlassian Team Sep 23, 2013

Hi Pavel,

In addition to Charles' response, you could do very basic monitoring using Nagios or similar tools by checking for the stash process or the tcp ports that it listens on. A more sophisticated check could run a git command or http check against the server to ensure that it is responding.

I'm interested in knowing what kind of specific performance monitoring you would like to do, so do let me know if these ideas would not work for you.



Hi Pavel,

At this point in time your best bet is to the monitor the access logs that Stash produces. From that you can get a fairly clear picture of the performance of various Git operations like push/fetch/clone.

The access log format is described here:

We use the following library/tool to parse and then output graphs:



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