internalmetrics

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Published: Nov 30, 2018 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 2 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package internalmetrics provides functionality to collect Prometheus metrics.

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var Metrics = MetricsType{
	GraphNodes: prometheus.NewGaugeVec(
		prometheus.GaugeOpts{
			Name: "kiali_graph_nodes",
			Help: "The number of nodes in a generated graph.",
		},
		[]string{labelGraphKind, labelGraphType, labelWithServiceNodes},
	),
	GraphGenerationTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_graph_generation_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to generate a graph.",
		},
		[]string{labelGraphKind, labelGraphType, labelWithServiceNodes},
	),
	GraphAppenderTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_graph_appender_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to execute an appender while generating a graph.",
		},
		[]string{labelAppender},
	),
	GraphMarshalTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_graph_marshal_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to marshal and return the JSON for a graph.",
		},
		[]string{labelGraphKind, labelGraphType, labelWithServiceNodes},
	),
	APIProcessingTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_api_processing_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to execute a particular REST API route request.",
		},
		[]string{labelRoute},
	),
	PrometheusProcessingTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_prometheus_processing_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to execute a Prometheus query.",
		},
		[]string{labelQueryGroup},
	),
	GoFunctionProcessingTime: prometheus.NewHistogramVec(
		prometheus.HistogramOpts{
			Name: "kiali_go_function_processing_duration_seconds",
			Help: "The time required to execute a particular Go function.",
		},
		[]string{labelPackage, labelType, labelFunction},
	),
	GoFunctionFailures: prometheus.NewCounterVec(
		prometheus.CounterOpts{
			Name: "kiali_go_function_failures_total",
			Help: "Counts the total number of failures encountered by a particular Go function.",
		},
		[]string{labelPackage, labelType, labelFunction},
	),
}

Metrics contains all of Kiali's own internal metrics. These metrics can be accessed directly to update their values, or you can use available utility functions defined below.

Functions

func GetAPIProcessingTimePrometheusTimer

func GetAPIProcessingTimePrometheusTimer(apiRouteName string) *prometheus.Timer

GetAPIProcessingTimePrometheusTimer returns a timer that can be used to store a value for the API processing time metric. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns. Typical usage is as follows:

promtimer := GetAPIProcessingTimePrometheusTimer(...)
defer promtimer.ObserveDuration()

func GetGraphAppenderTimePrometheusTimer

func GetGraphAppenderTimePrometheusTimer(appenderName string) *prometheus.Timer

GetGraphAppenderTimePrometheusTimer returns a timer that can be used to store a value for the graph appender time metric. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns. Typical usage is as follows:

promtimer := GetGraphAppenderTimePrometheusTimer(...)
... run the appender ...
promtimer.ObserveDuration()

func GetGraphGenerationTimePrometheusTimer

func GetGraphGenerationTimePrometheusTimer(graphKind string, graphType string, withServiceNodes bool) *prometheus.Timer

GetGraphGenerationTimePrometheusTimer returns a timer that can be used to store a value for the graph generation time metric. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns. Typical usage is as follows:

promtimer := GetGraphGenerationTimePrometheusTimer(...)
defer promtimer.ObserveDuration()

func GetGraphMarshalTimePrometheusTimer

func GetGraphMarshalTimePrometheusTimer(graphKind string, graphType string, withServiceNodes bool) *prometheus.Timer

GetGraphMarshalTimePrometheusTimer returns a timer that can be used to store a value for the graph marshal time metric. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns. Typical usage is as follows:

promtimer := GetGraphMarshalTimePrometheusTimer(...)
defer promtimer.ObserveDuration()

func GetPrometheusProcessingTimePrometheusTimer

func GetPrometheusProcessingTimePrometheusTimer(queryGroup string) *prometheus.Timer

GetPrometheusProcessingTimePrometheusTimer returns a timer that can be used to store a value for the Prometheus query processing time metric. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns.

Note that the queryGroup parameter is simply some string that can be used to identify a particular set of Prometheus queries. This queryGroup does not necessarily have to identify a unique query (indeed, if you do that, that might cause too many timeseries to be collected), but it only needs to identify a set of queries. For example, perhaps there is a group of similar Prometheus queries used to generate a graph - in this case, the processing time for all of those queries can be combined into a single metric timeseries by passing in a queryGroup of "Graph-Generation".

Typical usage is as follows:

promtimer := GetPrometheusProcessingTimePrometheusTimer(...)
... execute the query ...
promtimer.ObserveDuration()

func RegisterInternalMetrics

func RegisterInternalMetrics()

RegisterInternalMetrics must be called at startup to prepare the Prometheus scrape endpoint.

func SetGraphNodes

func SetGraphNodes(graphKind string, graphType string, withServiceNodes bool, nodeCount int)

SetGraphNodes sets the node count metric

Types

type MetricsType

type MetricsType struct {
	GraphNodes               *prometheus.GaugeVec
	GraphGenerationTime      *prometheus.HistogramVec
	GraphAppenderTime        *prometheus.HistogramVec
	GraphMarshalTime         *prometheus.HistogramVec
	APIProcessingTime        *prometheus.HistogramVec
	PrometheusProcessingTime *prometheus.HistogramVec
	GoFunctionProcessingTime *prometheus.HistogramVec
	GoFunctionFailures       *prometheus.CounterVec
}

MetricsType defines all of Kiali's own internal metrics.

type SuccessOrFailureMetricType

type SuccessOrFailureMetricType struct {
	*prometheus.Timer
	prometheus.Counter
}

SuccessOrFailureMetricType let's you capture metrics for both successes and failures, where successes are tracked using a duration histogram and failures are tracked with a counter. Typical usage is: func SomeFunction(...) (..., err error) {

sof := GetSuccessOrFailureMetricTypeObject()
defer sof.ObserveNow(&err)
... do the work of SomeFunction here...

}

If a function doesn't support returning an error, then call ObserveDuration directly:

func SomeFunction(...) (...) {

sof := GetSuccessOrFailureMetricTypeObject()
defer sof.ObserveDuration()
... do the work of SomeFunction here...

If a function doesn't support returning an error, but you still need to report a failure, call Inc() directly to increment the failure counter:

func SomeFunction(...) (...) {

sof := GetSuccessOrFailureMetricTypeObject()
defer func() { if (somethingBadHappened) { sof.Inc() } else { sof.ObserveDuration() }}()
... do the work of SomeFunction here...

}

func GetGoFunctionMetric

func GetGoFunctionMetric(goPkg string, goType string, goFunc string) SuccessOrFailureMetricType

GetGoFunctionMetric returns a SuccessOrFailureMetricType object that can be used to store a duration value for the Go Function processing time metric when the function is successful, or increments the failure counter if not successful. If the Go Function is not on a type (i.e. is a global function), pass in an empty string for goType. The timer is ticking immediately when this function returns. See the comments for SuccessOrFailureMetricType for documentation on how to use the returned object.

func (*SuccessOrFailureMetricType) ObserveNow

func (sof *SuccessOrFailureMetricType) ObserveNow(err *error)

ObserveNow will observe a duration unless *err is not nil in which case the error counter will be incremented instead. We use a pointer to err because this function is normally invoked via 'defer' and so the actual value of the error won't be set until the actual invocation of this function. (read the docs on 'defer' if you don't get it).

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