Hi, OneMinuteRate is the mean rate of write/s over a minute bucket of data AFAIK.
You can find Latencies on every attributes whose name does not end with "Rate" On 2 November 2017 at 18:10, AI Rumman <rumman...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, > > I am trying to calculate the Read/second and Write/Second in my Cassandra > 2.1 cluster. After searching and reading, I came to know about JMX bean > "org.apache.cassandra.metrics:type=ClientRequest,scope= > Write,name=Latency". > Here I can see oneMinuteRate. I have started a brand new cluster and > started collected these metrics from 0. > When I started my first record, I can see > > Count = 1 >> OneMinuteRate = 0.01599111... > > > Does it mean that my write/s is 0.0159911? Or does it mean that based on 1 > minute data, my write latency is 0.01599 where Write Latency refers to the > response time for writing a record? > > Please help me understand the value. > > Thanks. > > > > >