kafka_exporter_config block configures the
integration, which is an embedded version of
This allows for the collection of Kafka Lag metrics and exposing them as Prometheus metrics.
We strongly recommend that you configure a separate user for the Agent, and give it only the strictly mandatory security privileges necessary for monitoring your node, as per the documentation.
Full reference of options:
# Enables the kafka_exporter integration, allowing the Agent to automatically # collect system metrics from the configured dnsmasq server address [enabled: <boolean> | default = false] # Sets an explicit value for the instance label when the integration is # self-scraped. Overrides inferred values. # # The default value for this integration is inferred from the hostname # portion of the first kafka_uri value. If there is more than one string # in kafka_uri, the integration will fail to load and an instance value # must be manually provided. [instance: <string>] # Automatically collect metrics from this integration. If disabled, # the dnsmasq_exporter integration will be run but not scraped and thus not # remote-written. Metrics for the integration will be exposed at # /integrations/dnsmasq_exporter/metrics and can be scraped by an external # process. [scrape_integration: <boolean> | default = <integrations_config.scrape_integrations>] # How often should the metrics be collected? Defaults to # prometheus.global.scrape_interval. [scrape_interval: <duration> | default = <global_config.scrape_interval>] # The timeout before considering the scrape a failure. Defaults to # prometheus.global.scrape_timeout. [scrape_timeout: <duration> | default = <global_config.scrape_timeout>] # Allows for relabeling labels on the target. relabel_configs: [- <relabel_config> ... ] # Relabel metrics coming from the integration, allowing to drop series # from the integration that you don't care about. metric_relabel_configs: [ - <relabel_config> ... ] # How frequent to truncate the WAL for this integration. [wal_truncate_frequency: <duration> | default = "60m"] # Address array (host:port) of Kafka server [kafka_uris: <string>] # Connect using SASL/PLAIN [use_sasl: <bool>] # Only set this to false if using a non-Kafka SASL proxy [use_sasl_handshake: <bool> | default = true] # SASL user name [sasl_username: <string>] # SASL user password [sasl_password: <string>] # The SASL SCRAM SHA algorithm sha256 or sha512 as mechanism [sasl_mechanism: <string>] # Connect using TLS [use_tls: <bool>] # The optional certificate authority file for TLS client authentication [ca_file: <string>] # The optional certificate file for TLS client authentication [cert_file: <string>] # The optional key file for TLS client authentication [key_file: <string>] # If true, the server's certificate will not be checked for validity. This will make your HTTPS connections insecure [insecure_skip_verify: <bool>] # Kafka broker version [kafka_version: <string> | default = "2.0.0"] # if you need to use a group from zookeeper [use_zookeeper_lag: <bool>] # Address array (hosts) of zookeeper server. [zookeeper_uris: <string>] # Kafka cluster name [kafka_cluster_name: <string>] # Metadata refresh interval [metadata_refresh_interval: <duration> | default = "1m"] # If true, all scrapes will trigger kafka operations otherwise, they will share results. WARN: This should be disabled on large clusters [allow_concurrency: <bool> | default = true] # Maximum number of offsets to store in the interpolation table for a partition [max_offsets: <int> | default = 1000] # How frequently should the interpolation table be pruned, in seconds [prune_interval_seconds: <int> | default = 30] # Regex filter for topics to be monitored [topics_filter_regex: <string> | default = ".*"] # Regex filter for consumer groups to be monitored [groups_filter_regex: <string> | default = ".*"]