I'm getting started with Prometheus (Prometheus Operator), and I'm looking at adding it to an existing cluster, where each container has a
/healthcheck endpoint, that is going to either return true, or an error.
I'm currently playing around with the kube-prometheus instructions in a sandbox cluster, and that basic setup is working, whereby I can monitor Memory/CPU/NetworkIO on each of my pods.
As a starting point, I want to:
/healthcheckas a Prometheus target.
How do I go about setting up the
/healthcheck endpoint as a target? I've looked at the the out of the box prometheus-rules.yaml but I can't really make sense of it.
In terms of what I'm looking for in an answer here, is a series of high level step by step instructions, with links to documentation or concepts that are relevant.
Did you ever figure it out? @avi - nope. It was hitting the end point, but not parsing the result properly. Did you try to manually create the results, or were you using a Prometheus client to generate them? I've watched a few more tutorials and I noticed they all use the /metrics endpoint, instead of the /healthy endpoint. Could you reply to the comment?