Check System Stats

Host resource usage

To check the CPU, Memory and Disk usage on a Linux machine you can run:

$ sudo echo -n "CPUs: ";cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor | wc -l; echo -n "Mem: ";free -h | grep Mem | tr -s " " | cut -d" " -f 2; echo -n "Disk: "; df -h / | grep -v Filesystem; 
CPUs: 72
Mem: 251G
Disk: /dev/sda2       160G   13G  148G   8% /
CPUs: 88
Mem: 251G
Disk: /dev/sda2       208G   22G  187G  11% /
CPUs: 88
Mem: 251G
Disk: /dev/sda2       208G  5.1G  203G   3% /

YugaByte processes state

YugaByte DB provides web endpoints where the current state of each process is aggregated. This includes logs, gflags as well as memory, disk, and network usage metrics. Additionally, it provides dedicated metrics endpoints for CQL and, respectively, Redis requests.

Description URL
Master Web Page <node-ip>:7000
TServer Web Page <node-ip>:9000
Redis Metrics <node-ip>:11000/metrics
CQL Metrics <node-ip>:12000/metrics

Note that, when running yb-ctl locally with default settings, it will create three local ips,, and, one for each YugaByte DB node.