Python application

sperf is a command line tool that can analyze clusters and hardware performance to help diagnose performance problems with DataStax Enterprise and Apache Cassandra™. Originally an internal only project is has been opened sourced under the Apache 2.0 license and a new public repository was created. User documentation is here

Find the docs on How to Contribute here

  • Brandon Williams (driftx) - rewrite from Go to Python, primary author of gc, statuslogger, sysbottle, jarcheck, bgrep, ttop, and slowquery
  • Ryan Svihla (foundev) - original project author, Apache Solr™ tooling, diag and default command
  • Nate Sanders (Nate75Sanders) - 1 commit but it was a good bug fix

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