Kubernetes cluster monitors are in a
When viewing targets in the Prometheus console, some Kubernetes cluster monitors may be down (
kube-proxy, and such). This is likely caused by the configuration of the Kubernetes cluster
itself. Depending on the type of cluster, certain metrics may be disabled by default. Enabling metrics is cluster dependent; for details, refer to the documentation for your cluster type.
For example, to enable
kube-proxy metrics on Kind clusters, edit the
$ kubectl edit cm/kube-proxy -n kube-system
metricsBindAddress value with the following and save the ConfigMap.
Then, restart the
$ kubectl delete pod -l k8s-app=kube-proxy -n kube-system
For more information, see this GitHub issue.
Metrics Trait Service Monitor not discovered
Metrics Traits use Service Monitors which require a Service to collect metrics. If your OAM workload is created with a Metrics Trait and no Ingress Trait, a Service might not be generated for your workload and will need to be created manually.
This troubleshooting example uses the
Verify a Service Monitor exists for your application workload.
$ kubectl get servicemonitors -n hello-helidon
Verify a Service exists for your application workload.
$ kubectl get services -n hello-helidon
If no Service exists, create one manually. This example uses the default Prometheus port.
apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: hello-helidon-service namespace: hello-helidon spec: selector: app: hello-helidon ports: - name: tcp-hello-helidon port: 8080 protocol: TCP targetPort: 8080
After you’ve completed these steps, you can verify metrics collection has succeeded.
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