I have included some screenshots, since this is baffling me.
The instance these metrics are from receives a good amount of requests every few seconds/minutes, but the stats seem to be accumulating and only registered every 16-18 on average.
This could be a graphite/carbon problem, but I’m not sure, and would like to know if anyone might know what’s going on.
Not all types of instances have this problem, which is also strange.
Incoming HTTP requests: the AWS load balancer sends 2 every 30 sec. and those are registered ok, mostly, but the other ones get lumped together and it says there are 110k+ in one spike, though I doubt there are actually that many in the 16-18 min. span.
The DB also seems to make 240k+ calls in a span of 10 sec. if the spikes are accurate… and almost nothing in between. (I’m guessing the stats aren’t flushed somewhere on my side? since at instance restarts, these spikes go down and then keep increasing the longer the instance is running?)
Oh, and the errors below can’t actually be found anywhere (all errors are logged in two places) which are also showing 16-18 min. spikes.