Grafana Cloud Instrument and send data Grafana Agent Static mode Configure static mode integrations_config consul_exporter_config
consul_exporter_config block configures the
integration, which is an embedded version of
consul_exporter. This allows
for the collection of consul metrics and exposing them as Prometheus metrics.
Full reference of options:
# Enables the consul_exporter integration, allowing the Agent to automatically # collect system metrics from the configured consul 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 server URL. [instance: <string>] # Automatically collect metrics from this integration. If disabled, # the consul_exporter integration will be run but not scraped and thus not # remote-written. Metrics for the integration will be exposed at # /integrations/consul_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"] # # Exporter-specific configuration options # # Prefix from which to expose key/value pairs. [kv_prefix: <string> | default = ""] # Regex that determines which keys to expose. [kv_filter: <string> | default = ".*"] # Generate a health summary for each service instance. Needs n+1 queries to # collect all information. [generate_health_summary: <bool> | default = true] # HTTP API address of a Consul server or agent. Prefix with https:// to # connect using HTTPS. [server: <string> | default = "http://localhost:8500"] # Disable TLS host verification. [insecure_skip_verify: <bool> | default = false] # File path to a PEM-encoded certificate authority used to validate the # authenticity of a server certificate. [ca_file: <string> | default = ""] # File path to a PEM-encoded certificate used with the private key to verify # the exporter's authenticity. [cert_file: <string> | default = ""] # File path to a PEM-encoded private key used with the certificate to verify # the exporter's authenticity. [key_file: <string> | default = ""] # When provided, this overrides the hostname for the TLS certificate. It can # be used to ensure that the certificate name matches the hostname we declare. [server_name: <string> | default = ""] # Timeout on HTTP requests to the Consul API. [timeout: <duration> | default = "500ms"] # Limit the maximum number of concurrent requests to consul. 0 means no limit. [concurrent_request_limit: <int> | default = 0] # Allows any Consul server (non-leader) to service a read. [allow_stale: <bool> | default = true] # Forces the read to be fully consistent. [require_consistent: <bool> | default = false]
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