Apache HTTP server integration for Grafana Cloud
Apache HTTP server integration is an observability package of dashboards and alerts filled with metrics and logs.
Install Apache HTTP server integration for Grafana Cloud
- In your Grafana instance, Click Integrations and Connections (lightning bolt icon), then click on install integration on Apache HTTP server tile.
- Wait for the integration to be installed and then follow the steps shown to setup Grafana Agent to automatically scrape and send Apache HTTP server metrics to your Cloud Instance.
Pre-install configuration for the Apache HTTP server integration
Metrics are scraped from server-status page.
To enable it, add this code to your httpd.conf configuration file
<Location "/server-status"> SetHandler server-status </Location>
For more information please check the official guide
Post-install configuration for the Apache HTTP server integration
This integration supports metrics and logs from Apache HTTP server. In order to see these signals correlated on the same dashboard,
instance labels must match for
agent integration, and
logs scrape config in the Agent configuration file:
metrics: wal_directory: /var/lib/grafana-agent/wal remote_write: - url: https://cortex/api/v1/write integrations: apache_http: enabled: true instance: "<yourhostname>" # job is integrations/apache_http by default scrape_uri: 'http://localhost:8080/server-status?auto' agent: enabled: true metric_relabel_configs: # required for apache integration. # scraping agent endpoint is required for apache histogram metric collection. - source_labels: [exported_job] target_label: job - source_labels: [exported_instance] target_label: instance - regex: (exported_instance|exported_job) action: labeldrop logs: configs: - name: integrations clients: - url: http://loki:3100/loki/api/v1/push positions: filename: /var/lib/grafana-agent/logs/positions.yaml scrape_configs: - job_name: integrations/apache_error static_configs: - targets: - localhost labels: __path__: /var/log/apache2/error.log job: integrations/apache_http instance: <yourhostname> pipeline_stages: - regex: # https://regex101.com/r/zNIq1V/1 expression: '^\[[^ ]* (?P<timestamp>[^\]]*)\] \[(?:(?P<module>[^:\]]+):)?(?P<level>[^\]]+)\](?: \[pid (?P<pid>[^\]]*)\])?(?: \[client (?P<client>[^\]]*)\])? (?P<message>.*)$' - labels: module: level: - static_labels: logtype: error - job_name: integrations/apache_access static_configs: - targets: - localhost labels: __path__: /var/log/apache2/access.log job: integrations/apache_http instance: <yourhostname> pipeline_stages: - regex: # https://regex101.com/r/9G75bY/1 expression: '^(?P<ip>[^ ]*) [^ ]* (?P<user>[^ ]*) \[(?P<timestamp>[^\]]*)\] "(?P<method>\S+)(?: +(?P<path>[^ ]*) +\S*)?" (?P<code>[^ ]*) (?P<size>[^ ]*)(?: "(?P<referer>[^\"]*)" "(?P<agent>.*)")?$' - metrics: response_http_codes: type: Histogram description: "Apache responses by HTTP codes" prefix: apache_ source: code config: buckets: [199,299,399,499,599] - labels: method: - static_labels: logtype: access
This integration includes the following dashboards.
- Apache HTTP server logs
- Apache HTTP server
Apache HTTP server overview
Below is a list of the metrics used on the dashboards and in alerts of the integration and are automatically written to your Grafana Cloud instance.
The integration also comes packaged with a number of handy alerts.
|ApacheDown||Warning: Apache is down.|
|ApacheRestart||Info: Apache restart.|
|ApacheWorkersLoad||Warning: Apache workers load is too high.|
|ApacheResponseTimeTooHigh||Warning: Apache response time is too high.|
|ApacheErrorsRateTooHigh||Critical: Apache errors rate is too high.|
By connecting your Apache HTTP server instance to Grafana Cloud you might incur charges. To view information on the number of active series that your Grafana Cloud account uses for metrics included in each Cloud tier, see Active series and dpm usage and Cloud tier pricing.
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