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$ docker stats e64a279663aa CONTAINER CPU % MEM USAGE/LIMIT MEM % NET I/O e64a279663aa 0.00% 7.227 MiB/987.9 MiB 0.73% 936 B/468 B

Here we can see the container ID (but not the name), the amount of CPU it’s currently consuming, the amout of memory it has in use, and the limit of what it’s allowed to use. The percentage of memory utilized is also provided to make it easier for the user to quickly determine how much free memory the container has available. And stats are provided for both in and out network bytes.

These are all of basic interest, but what they provide is not all that exciting. It turns out, though, that the Docker API provides a lot more information on the stats endpoint than is shown in the client. We’ve steered away from hitting the API in this book so far, but in this case the data provided by the API is so much richer that we’ll use curl to call it and see what our container is doing. It’s nowhere near as nice to read, but there is a lot more detail. This is a good intro to calling the API yourself as well.

 

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Author:Karl Matthias

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: O’Reilly Media

Published: 2015-06-24T16:00:00+00:00
$ docker stats e64a279663aa CONTAINER CPU % MEM USAGE/LIMIT MEM % NET I/O e64a279663aa 0.00% 7.227 MiB/987.9 MiB 0.73% 936 B/468 B

Here we can see the container ID (but not the name), the amount of CPU it’s currently consuming, the amout of memory it has in use, and the limit of what it’s allowed to use. The percentage of memory utilized is also provided to make it easier for the user to quickly determine how much free memory the container has available. And stats are provided for both in and out network bytes.

These are all of basic interest, but what they provide is not all that exciting. It turns out, though, that the Docker API provides a lot more information on the stats endpoint than is shown in the client. We’ve steered away from hitting the API in this book so far, but in this case the data provided by the API is so much richer that we’ll use curl to call it and see what our container is doing. It’s nowhere near as nice to read, but there is a lot more detail. This is a good intro to calling the API yourself as well.

The /stats/ endpoint that we’ll hit on the API will continue to stream stats to us as long as we keep the connection open. Since as humans we can’t really parse usefully, we’ll just ask for one line and then use Python to “pretty print” it. In order for this command to work, you’ll need to have Python installed (version 2.6 or later). If you don’t and you still want to see the JSON output, you can skip the pipe to Python, but you’ll get plain, ugly JSON back.

Here we call localhost, but you’ll want to use the hostname of your Docker server. Port 2375 is usually the right port. Note that we also pass the ID of our container in the URL we send to curl.

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