admin metrics Command Group¤
List and get metrics.
This command group consists of commands for reading and listing internal monitoring metrics of eccenca Corporate Memory. A deployment consists of multiple jobs (e.g. DP, DI), which provide multiple metric families on an endpoint.
Each metric family can consist of different samples identified by labels with a name and a value (dimensions). A metric has a specific type (counter, gauge, summary and histogram) and additional metadata.
Please have a look at https://prometheus.io/docs/concepts/data_model/ for further details.
admin metrics get¤
Get sample data of a metric.
A metric of a specific job is identified by a metric ID. Possible metric IDs of a job can be retrieved with the
metrics list command. A metric can contain multiple samples. These samples are distinguished by labels (name and value).
--job [DP] The job from which the metrics data is fetched. [default: DP] --filter <TEXT TEXT>... A set of label name/value pairs in order to filter the samples of the requested metric family. Each metric has a different set of labels with different values. In order to get a list of possible label names and values, use the command without this option. The label names are then shown as column headers and label values as cell values of this column. --enforce-table A single sample value will be returned as plain text instead of the normal table. This allows for more easy integration with scripts. This flag enforces the use of tabular output, even for single row tables. --raw Outputs raw prometheus sample classes.
admin metrics inspect¤
Inspect a metric.
This command outputs the data of a metric. The first table includes basic meta data about the metric. The second table includes sample labels and values.
admin metrics list¤
List metrics for a specific job.
For each metric, the output table shows the metric ID, the type of the metric, a count of how many labels (label names) are describing the samples (L) and a count of how many samples are currently available for a metric (S).