BullMQ provides a simple metrics gathering functionality that allows you to track the performance of your queues. The workers can count the number of jobs they have processed per minute and store this data in a list to be consumed later.
You enable it on the worker settings by specifying how many data points you want to keep, we recommend 2 weeks of metrics data which should take a very small amount of space, just around 120Kb of RAM per queue.
import { Worker, MetricsTime } from 'bullmq';
const myWorker = new Worker('Paint', {
metrics: {
maxDataPoints: MetricsTime.ONE_WEEK * 2,
You need to use the same setting on all your workers to get consistent metrics.
In order to get the metrics you just use the getMetrics method on the Queue class. You can choose to get the metrics for the completed or failed jobs:
import { Queue } from 'bullmq';
const myQueue = new Queue('Paint', {
const metrics = await queue.getMetrics('completed');
/* Returns a Metrics object:
meta: {
count: number;
prevTS: number;
prevCount: number;
data: number[];
count: number;
Note that the getMetrics method also accepts a start and end argument (0 and -1 by default), that you can use if you want to implement pagination.
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