Can you check the contents of the config.js that is getting loaded in the browser, make sure metricsPublicURL is in there and set correctly, that's what the console is triggering off of to know to show the tab.
Good to know it is probably not my certificates. I don't see any red box or any indicator that the hawkular server is unreachable. Judging by this demo video (https://youtu.be/RMDX3YC0CSQ?t=1m2s), I was expecting to have a 'metrics' link on each pod's detail page, but don't see that either.--Robert WehnerReturn PathOn Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 2:32 PM, aleks <al-openshiftusers none at> wrote:
Am 20-02-2016 01:10, schrieb Robert Wehner:
Thanks for your reply, BR. I am using self-signed certificates at the
moment but I did follow these instructions to accept the
metricsPublicURL certificate in my browser. In the browser I can see the
Hawlular splash page with an image, some version info and "Metrics
Service :STARTED". I can also see the "hawkular/metrics/status" endpoint
in the browser.
Okay, than at least the ssl isn't the problem.
I turned up logging on origin-master to "--loglevel=8" hoping to see
some debug info on the console's attempt to connect to hawkular, but
didn't see anything clearly related. I do see SkyDNS responding to
lookups for the "hawkular-metrics.openshift-infra.svc.cluster.local."
service, and various controllers reporting in (but not changing
anything). No errors or obvious errors about connections to hawkular.
Are there other logs that would be more appropriate to look at?
Do you have no data or do you have this red box with the message that the hawkular server is not reachable?
Thanks again for you response.
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 4:20 PM, aleks <al-openshiftusers none at>
Am 19-02-2016 18:36, schrieb Robert Wehner:
I am setting up an Origin 3.1 cluster with metrics as outlined athttps://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/cluster_metrics.html.
think everything is running correctly, but I don't see any metrics
the console at all.
Have you accept the certificate from the hawkular?
If you are using self-signed certificates, remember that the Hawkular
Metrics service is hosted under a different hostname and uses
different certificates than the console. You may need to explicitly
open a browser tab to the value specified in metricsPublicURL and
accept that certificate.
To avoid this issue, use certificates which are configured to be
acceptable by your browser.
This sentence means that you should call metricsPublicURL in your
browser on which you want to see the metrics.
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