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Set the `release` label for the `kube_pod_container_status_ready` metric (and any others that have it defined) to the value of the `release` label of the pod.
I'm working on some Grafana dashboards for monitoring MCM. We'd like to be able to filter based on the pod label named release. I notice in the Prometheus kube_pod_container_status_ready metric there is a release label. It looks like that may also be a label for other MCM metrics. The value of that label in the metric for all the pods I've looked at is always monitoring. I was expecting the value to be the value of the pod release label. It feels like the MCM metric code hardwired the metric label to monitoringrather than assigning the value of the pod label.
Who would benefit from this IDEA?
Cluster administrators and operations people who are creating Grafana dashboards for monitoring the health of the hub cluster and remote clusters. The release label on the pod would be very handy for segregating pods into different monitoring graphs.
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