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AppStream timeouts and auto scaling
When using Application Auto Scaling with AppStream Fleet is this assumption correct (see picture below)? ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IM2mXHSEdBTYefmn_AO-V3GQ) What I mean is: does the Instances in Idle and Disconnect Timeouts count as a Running Capacity and are included in CapacityUtilization within CloudWatch Alarms metrics? Is the assumption correct that cooldown and evaluation period would be picked up by CloudWatch alarm after the Timeouts have expired?
CloudWatch not displaying all configured metrics
Installed Cloudwatch on 6 EC2 instances. Ran through the configuration wizard & selected Advanced for metrics collection. In the dashboard, CPU & network display properly, but not seeing anything for the physical disk metrics. Checked config log & no errors. Any thoughts of on why disk not reporting but other categories are?
How can I create an S3 object loading time chart in the CloudWatch custom dashboards?
I want to create a bar chart where the Y axis should be a bucket's average S3 object loading time, and the X axis should be a bucket name. And each chart should represent a country's data. I got a similar picture for reference but not the exact one. Can anybody help me with that? ![picture](/media/postImages/original/IMahyLnaBHRziB_9-dBTtJ7A)
sending data from Cloudwatch 1 log stream of 20 to Firehose
Hi. I want to send data from a cloudwatch logstream of a log group that posses 20 different log streams. The idea is to only send the data from that specific log stream and not the whole log group, but the I can only make a subscription to the whole log group. How can I separate it?
Disk space and memory reserved by fargate for publishing logs.
We are currently performing chaos testing o our service which uses fargate. We observed that when we hogged the disk with100% disk space still logs were getting published by the fargate and no logs were discarded. I wanted to know does fargate reserve some additional space for publishing the logs.
Cloudwatch random messages
Hi, I'm a student in Germany, I actually work for Amazon in the warehouse here, its a great job and I'm enjoying it. The culture is nice, a balance of women and not a lot of testosterone, its good for fitness and health too and pays relative to other companies for students good wages. In one project I built a smart plug system using the IoT core and MQTT systems, (C++, CLI and Boto) linked them through to a DynamoDB and the project achieved a 1,0 which is the highest possible. On another project I'm using an Ultra Wideband (UWB) system (Decawave) and local MQTT bridged the system though to DynamoDB via AWS MQTT to make the x,y coordinates available to Pepper Robot. The robot requires Android Studio and so I used / am using AWS Amplify to get the info over to it to use (Java). I intend to expand the UWB system to build it up into a cyber physical system in a future project, the users will get hold of the UWB tokens, the building or the anchors will gather user data and then it will adjust the robot dialogue with them dependent upon where they go in that building over time. I also have a thesis project that will probably use AWS S3 to host images gathered from a camera system. So the systems are working for me and I am grateful to gain the experience too because I believe in them, and it will help with a job in future too. Its a great overall package and vision the developers and leaders have. The problem I have though is that I am well within the free tier of all the products, and I won't be going over them because I know how to manage the reads and writes but I keep on getting bills for CloudWatch for example for Pepper I set up a DynamoDB and nothing wrote to it. There were three user tables. User1Table, User2Table and User3Table. All I did was create them, then added dummy data by copy and pasting in a JSON with the name of the mock person who the robot will say their name as in Dialogue, it was part of a tutorial I am creating for the university. It led to more than 50 messages in CloudWatch. Can anyone help with a way to manage this problem? It might just be a need to learn about CloudWatch more but I'm so focussed on the other areas and it doesn't seem like an important one to divert time onto given the such heavy schedule we have. I don't want to say it needs an off switch because I might not understand what I am saying but it feels like it does because of the financial effect it is having on me. Thanks for your help! rePost-User-7069387
Cloudwatch 'number' widget that displays number of active alarms
Hi , I am trying to configure a simple cloudwatch 'number' widget that displays the total number of alarms currently in 'in-alarm' status ...and likewise another one that displays the total number of alarms in 'ok' status. (i will colour the widgets red and green accordingly) ...our OPs team need this very simple view as they are running out of screen real estate to display much else My question is, how can i get the widget to display this count of alarms? it seems widgets can only be based on metrics ...would i need to create a custom metric that somehow counts the alarms based on a query? (such as alarm status or a string match in the alarm name etc) ....is this even possible?...or would i have to have some type of lambda to do this? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated thanks
Automated schedule in CloudWatch using UTC timezone
Hi - My customer is using automated schedule in CloudWatch to trigger various functions and it's kind of widely across the teams. Currently CW schedules are mostly based on UTC and in the event of DST (Day Light Savings), the team has to manually reset the UTC and teams are complaining on this. Anybody came across this and i didn't see any PFR also related to this. Any suggestion here pls.
Amazon CloudWatch Metric ModelSetupTime not available
The ModelSetupTime metric is not available for monitoring the serverless endpoint(https://docs.aws.amazon.com/sagemaker/latest/dg/serverless-endpoints.html) in Amazon CloudWatch.Able to see only the below mentioned metrics Invocations Invocation5XXErrors Invocation4XXErrors ModelLatency OverheadLatency Is there any role/configuration changes I have to do to view the ModelSetupTime ?
RDS: Long_query_time logging works curious
Hello. I have RDS (8.0.mysql_aurora.3.02.0) instance. I modify it by turning ON the "Slow query log" feature to see all slow requests in my CloudWatch. Also, I attached a custom parameter group with **slow_query_log = 1, log_output = FILE and long_query_time = 0.3**. I send some requests to see how it works. Using MySQL workbench I see request time like: **Duration = 0,468 sec and Fetch = 0,620 sec.** This request doesn't register in CloudWatch. So I created more powerful request to see even 1 row in Cloudwatch and I reach my aim: **Duration = 0,376 sec and Fetch = 0,923 sec** and in the CloudWatch I saw next request time: **Query_time: 0.830316 Lock_time: 0.000123**. Using different SQL requests I can't rich CloudWatch measure approx 0.3 sec. The minimal registered request was 0.7 sec. So I have questions: * How to measure request time in AWS RDS? * Why request times are different between MySQL Workbench and CloudWatch records?