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Status Future consideration
Workspace Instana
Categories Kubernetes
Created by Guest
Created on Dec 27, 2022

Single pane to view all restarted containers and pods for a deployment

At present there is no single view to see the graphs related to contianers those are created after restart of pods in a deployment.

As these all containers belong to same deployment they should show restart-event and continuous graph related to containers.

Grapha has similar views and those help a lot in debugging without changing the time range.

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Jan 30, 2023

    Can we see restarted pods or container data with timeline, they may be restarted or recreated due to autoscaling feature. For now to see this data we need to know exact time range for a specific pod/container life, not beyond or before of time. We are able to achieve this using prometheus integration but that's a hack

    3 replies
  • Admin
    Maria Elena Taglieri
    Jan 23, 2023

    Can you please share the exact scenario you would like to address with this requirement?