Have a question if anybody have experience:
currently I use with Talend runtime - Karaf web-console + hawtio plugin
Routes and Jobs send alerts when some errors happens, but because not all errors could be handled inside route it self - for example route not start by connection timeout or other reasons, I use live pings algorithm as addition layer,
this combination cover most of problem, but I looking for additional ways.
after research and test I found - Apache Decanter could be solution, but:
- default repository not include sla-email alerter
- current version of decanter appenders not compatible with external ELK 5.* (it not a problem if not previous point)
- new versions of decanter (1.3.0) not compatible (or I do not all properly) with Talend version of Karaf - 4.0.7
Would be interesting to share with community:
- is anybody have success experience with installing decanter with sla-alert module?
- who and what use for monitoring and alarming/alerting? (alarms and alerts more interesting than monitoring)
Best regards, Vlad
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Thanks for your time.
some details about Decanter and your question:
- the Decanter features repo includes decanter-sla-email feature. You have to install this one.
- if you use the decanter-appender-elasticsearch-rest, it can work and send the data to an external Elasticsearch instance, including version 5.x.
- Decanter is compatible with any Karaf version, including the one in Talend. What's the issue ?
thank You for response. I not great expert in this question, but how it look from my side:
Talend 6.3.1 ESB (Community)
karaf@trun()> feature:list | grep decanter decanter-common | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter API decanter-simple-scheduler | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter Simple Scheduler decanter-collector-log | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter Log Messages Collector decanter-collector-jmx | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter JMX Collector decanter-appender-log | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter Log Appender decanter-appender-elasticsearch | 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Karaf Decanter Elasticsearch Appender elasticsearch | 1.3.4 | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Embedded Elasticsearch node kibana | 3.1.1 | | Uninstalled | karaf-decanter-3.0.0-SNAPSHOT | Embedded Kibana dashboard karaf@trun()>
as You can see - no sla modules
if we change command:
feature:repo-add decanter 1.3.0
it will be much more features ... but
after this - any attempt to instal kibana or some other modules from repository (not all but few important) - freeze and not response after restart, still not work. Tested on 3 different machines, Mac and Win.
internal Kibana not start,
If install only collector and appenders, REST appender - do not connect to external Elasticsearch (error message - client must be at least version 2.0)
Finally I downgrade external ELK (it is working solution, but not ideal because other services use 5.*)
after this install logs collector and appender and email-sla from 1.3.0 repository, both appenders start work, as well as log4j from Studio start log to logstash
now play around email-sla and ELK watcher, it new for me, so this part in progress.
main idea of all this games, have alarms for some errors from routes which we do not have now.
In DI part I already use - email, slack, snmp, OpsGenie alarms (different levels), in routes for internal errors - also all work fine
But when route not start because external server not answer - I not found method to catch this error from route. It die and not send any notice, only error in log
it was asked before - https://www.talendforge.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=56642
with monitoring part - all fine, but after couple years with good alarms from DI Jobs, was surprised when can not realise same in routes and try to resolve
Best regards, Vlad
For now, I would like to use decanter only to send alerts when an ERROR line is appended in tesb.log.
I amended the file org.apache.karaf.decanter.sla.checker.cfg:
# For instance, if you want to create a critical (error) alert if the loggerLevel is ERROR, you can do:
These features are installed:
decanter-common | 1.4.0 | | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter API
decanter-collector-log | 1.4.0 | x | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter Log Messages Collector
decanter-sla-core | 1.4.0 | | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter SLA support core
decanter-sla | 1.4.0 | | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter SLA support
decanter-sla-log | 1.4.0 | x | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter SLA log alerter
decanter-sla-email-core | 1.4.0 | | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter SLA email alerter core
decanter-sla-email | 1.4.0 | x | Started | karaf-decanter-1.4.0 | Karaf Decanter SLA email alerter
Then I deployed a route that create an error log message:
2017-11-09 11:24:29,273 | ERROR | :/Temp/EXCEPTION | cLog_2 | 158 - org.apache.camel.camel-core - 2.16.3 | Test Decanter !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was expecting to see a DECANTER SLA ALERT message in log. But nothing happens...
What did I misconfigure ?
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for your quick answer.
Are you talking about properties in the route ?
If yes, the properties are:
CamelCreatedTimestamp=Thu Nov 09 12:14:39 CET 2017}
The log message is created with cLog component. Should I log it with log endpoint (In a cmessageendpoint component) ? Or should I trigger an exception as a test ?
NB: I didn't install kibana neither elasticsearch. None of them is required for my need. Am I wrong ?
Indeed the configuration was:
log4j.rootLogger=INFO, out, camel-mdc, osgi:VmLogAppender, osgi:eventloglistener
Now it is:
log4j.rootLogger=INFO, out, camel-mdc, osgi:*
But it doesn't help...
On your blog, I can read "Decanter Alerters are a special kind of appenders, consuming events from the OSGi EventAdmin decanter/alert/* topics.". How can I check I get events at OSGi EventAdmin level ?
Hello, Did you get a solution for your problem ?
I am also trying to use Decanter as a monitoring solution at our end, but so far I am just checking what could be done and how we could implement it.
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