LLAP Chargeback Reports

The LLAP Chargeback Reports page enables you to monitor and predict the costs of using shared resources on a cluster over a period of time. You can monitor the costs using the data of reports you create.


The default time range is Last 24 hrs. To view statistics from a custom date range, click the icon and select a time frame and timezone of your choice.

Creating Reports

You can create one or more than one report in chargeback reports. To create a report, do the following.

  1. Click Create Report.
  2. Enter details of the following fields.
    • Name: The name of the chargeback report.
    • Compute Cost/Hr: The computing cost of resources per hour (in $).
    • Memory Cost/Hr: The cost of memory used per hour (in $).
    • Groups: Select a group from the following for which you want to monitor the cost. Note: You can select more than one of the following groups.
      • User
      • Queue
      • Host
      • Status
  3. (Optional) Click Apply to see the results in the table below Create Report panel.
  4. Click Save to create a report.

    You can view your created reports in the left pane of the Chargeback Reports page under Reports panel.

The chargeback report is created.

Chargeback Reports Table

After creating a chargeback report, you can monitor the following metrics.


If you choose Status while creating a report, the metrics are grouped by Status.

Host (optional)The host on which the LLAP queries are executing.
Queue (optional)The name of the queue the LLAP queries are part of.
Status (optional)The current status of the queries in LLAP.
User (optional)The name of the user executing queries.
DurationThe total CPU time spent in the queue by a user.
CostThe cost of each chargeback.
Application CountThe total number of applications used by a query.
Total CostThe cost of chargeback for a particular duration. Calculated as (Duration/3600) * (Value of compute cost per hour).