Configuring the Grafana Mimir query-frontend to work with Prometheus
You can use the Grafana Mimir query-frontend with any Prometheus-API compatible service, including Prometheus and Thanos. Use this configuration file to benefit from query parallelization and caching.
# You can use the Mimir query frontend with any Prometheus-API compatible # service, including Prometheus and Thanos. Use this config file to get # the benefits of query parallelisation and caching. # Disable the requirement that every request to Mimir has a # X-Scope-OrgID header. `anonymous` will be substituted in instead. multitenancy_enabled: false # We only want to run the query-frontend module. target: query-frontend # We don't want the default /api/prom or /prometheus prefixes on endpoints. api: prometheus_http_prefix: '' server: http_listen_port: 9091 query_range: split_queries_by_interval: 24h align_queries_with_step: true cache_results: true results_cache: backend: "memcached" memcached: # You can either configure a headless service in Kubernetes and Mimir will discover the individual # instances using a SRV DNS query (host) or list comma separated memcached addresses. addresses: "dnssrvnoa+memcached.mimir.svc.cluster.local:11211" frontend: log_queries_longer_than: 1s compress_responses: true # The Prometheus URL to which the query-frontend should connect to. downstream_url: http://prometheus.mydomain.com
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