You can view monitoring data of Tablestore instances, data tables, secondary indexes, and search indexes in the Tablestore console.

Usage notes

  • The Tablestore metrics available vary based on the resource types. For information about metrics, see Metrics.
  • The collection of monitoring data statistics may be delayed.

View instance monitoring data

You can view the monitoring data of instances, such as queries per second (QPS), number of rows, traffic statistics, and capacity units, in the Tablestore console.

  1. Go to the Instance Management page.
    1. Log on to the Tablestore console.
    2. In the upper part of the page, select a region.
    3. On the Overview page, click the name of the instance that you want to manage or click Manage Instance in the Actions column of the instance that you want to manage.
  2. On the Instance Management page, click the Instance Monitoring tab and specify a time range.

    You can select a preset time range or specify a time range. The time range cannot exceed 30 days.

  3. Select the monitoring data that you want to view.
    • By default, Overview is selected for Categories. You can select an operation type and view the monitoring data of the operation type based on all categories. fig_20220420_monitor01
    • If you want to view the monitoring data of all operation types based on the category, set Categories to the required category. For example, you can set Categories to QPS. The following figure shows the monitoring data of all operation types based on QPS. fig_20220420_qps

View the monitoring data of tables or indexes

You can view monitoring data such as the average access latency and QPS of tables, secondary indexes, or search indexes in the Tablestore console.
Notice
  • Search indexes do not support the Table Size category.
  • The operation types vary based on the type of the resource whose monitoring data you want to view.
  1. Go to the Instance Management page.
    1. Log on to the Tablestore console.
    2. In the upper part of the page, select a region.
    3. On the Overview page, click the name of the instance that you want to manage or click Manage Instance in the Actions column of the instance that you want to manage.
  2. In the Tables section of the Instance Details tab, click the fig_20220420_tablemonitor icon in the Monitor column of the data table that you want to manage.
  3. On the Monitoring Indicators tab, select a data table, a secondary index, or a search index.
  4. Specify a time range.

    You can select a preset time range or specify a time range. The time range cannot exceed 30 days.

  5. Select the monitoring data that you want to view.
    • By default, Overview is selected for Categories. You can select an operation type and view the monitoring data of the operation type based on all categories.fig_20220420_table01
    • If you want to view the monitoring data of all operation types based on the category, set Categories to the required category. For example, you can set Categories to Average Latency. The following figure shows the monitoring data of all operation types based on the average access latency. fig_20220420_tableo2

View the metering data of search indexes

You can view metering data such as the storage volume, reserved read CUs, and number of rows of search indexes in the Tablestore console.

  1. Go to the Instance Management page.
    1. Log on to the Tablestore console.
    2. In the upper part of the page, select a region.
    3. On the Overview page, click the name of the instance that you want to manage or click Manage Instance in the Actions column of the instance that you want to manage.
  2. In the Tables section of the Instance Details tab, click Indexes in the Actions column of the data table that you want to manage.
  3. On the Indexes tab, find the search index that you want to manage and click Index Details in the Actions column.
  4. In the Index Meters section of the Index Details dialog box, view the storage volume, number of rows, and reserved read CUs of the search index. fig_20220420_searchindex