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Monitoring OpenShift - Release History

4.0.24 - 2018-05-05

Requires collectorforopenshift version 4.0 or above

  • New dashboard: Cluster/Audit
  • New dashboard: Cluster/API Server
  • New dashboard: Cluster/Controller
  • New dashboard: Cluster/Kubelet
  • New dashboard: Cluster/etcd
  • Include image name, when list containers.
  • Added syslog component to the list of host logs.
  • Fixed: Include Daemon Set on Overview dashboard, list of projects.
  • Fixed: Broken navigation from the list of deployments.

Collector updates (4.0.171):

  • Collecting metrics from Prometheus format.
  • Add HTTP read timeouts (handle gateway timeouts, 504).
  • Correctly parse HTTP Event Responses when one of few events fail to be indexed (as an example, wrong index).
  • Performance optimizations.
  • Optimize payloads for higher write throughput.
  • Fixed: reduce the number of calls to Kubernetes API Server.
  • Fixed: fail to parse the latest line in the JSON log.
  • Better error handling incorrect configurations.
  • Failed to parse memory limits (Failed to parse memory=000k for the container).
  • Collecting Kubernetes events from the cluster once by using collector addon.

collectorforopenshift 4.0.172

  • Fixed: Messages "WARN ... proc.go:441: Unparsable line from /rootfs/proc/X/status" caused by new Linux kernel that reports empty line in proc file system.
  • Fixed: Incorrectly parsed Limits for the OpenShift pods. 5m and 500m both results as 0.500.

collectorforopenshift 4.0.173

  • Fixed: significant memory usage with the events larger than 512Kb, caused by Splunk issue SPL-156315 (incapable to parse events larger 512Kb, regression in 7.x).

collectorforopenshift 4.0.174.180730

  • Show the index name in the output, when Splunk reports incorrect index.

Upgrade from version 3 to 4

3.0.23 - 2018-02-17

Requires collectorforopenshift version 3.0 or above

  • Bug: Memory view on workflow dashboard had a max limit set to 100.
  • Bug: Events view on overview dashboard had a max limit set to 100.

3.0.22 - 2018-02-07

Requires collectorforopenshift version 3.0 or above

  • Added support for containers deployed without OpenShift (container based OpenShift installations).
  • Added CPU Quota, CPU Shares, Throttled and Memory Limit and Request Overlays on Container and Pod Dashboards.
  • Indexing OpenShift events in sourcetype openshift_events
  • Performance improvement on Dashboards by combining multiple charts using one common search.
  • New "Review/Allocatable Resources" dashboard to track limits and requests for CPU and Memory.
  • New "Review/Privileged containers and enabled capabilities" dashboard to list all privileged containers and enabled security capabilities for containers.
  • New Overview dashboard to easy navigate within the application.
  • New Aggregated metrics dashboard for specific Workload.
  • Fixed bug on Process Dashboard, some charts did not filter by host.
  • "Setup: Collectors" now supports collectorforopenshift images distributed via private registries.
  • "Overview: Process" dashboard did not use Span token for timechart dashboards.
  • "Top: Containers" fixed incorrect memory usage (showed double size)
  • Added alerts in application for notification about outdated collector versions and expired licenses for collector.
  • Hide Wait Read/Write IO panels, when this data is not available.
  • In process Dashboard show VmRSS with RssAnon, RssFile, and RssShmem.

Collector updates:

  • Support for Splunk indexing acknowledgment.
  • Watching for Kubernetes/OpenShift events.
  • HTTP Proxy support for License server and Splunk output.
  • Allow to configure destination indices for different types of data in collector configuration (stats, logs, host logs, proc stats and events).
  • Handling responses from HTTP Event Collector to skip invalid events (will be logged).
  • If container is running, but Kubernetes does not provide metadata, allow to wait for metadata.
  • Collect security capabilities and uid/gid.
  • For Kubernetes/OpenShift environments recognize containers scheduled outside of Pods and load metadata directly from docker.
  • Support for custom labels, specified with collector configuration.
  • Support OpenShift/Kubernetes annotations "collectord.io/..." to configure destination indices, sourcetypes and sources for pods, workloads and namespaces.
  • Support for partial logs without join rules.
  • Bug. Use local timezone by default for local syslog files.
  • Bug. Fix small memory leak on deleted containers.
  • Bug. When collector is failing to send data to Splunk, impossible to stop collector with terminate.

Upgrade from version 2 to 3

2.1.18 - 2017-12-09

Requires collectorforopenshift version 2.1.59.171209 or above

  • Initial release for Monitoring OpenShift

About Outcold Solutions

Outcold Solutions provides solutions for monitoring Kubernetes, OpenShift and Docker clusters in Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud. We offer certified Splunk applications, which gives you insights across all containers environments. We are helping businesses reduce complexity related to logging and monitoring by providing easy-to-use and deploy solutions for Linux and Windows containers. We deliver applications, which helps developers monitor their applications and operators to keep their clusters healthy. With the power of Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud, we offer one solution to help you keep all the metrics and logs in one place, allowing you to quickly address complex questions on container performance.