No metrics on apps.sockets
Hi, I have more than 30 servers running netada, all fully funtional with the same configs.
But today I found out a cluster of 3 with no metrics on apps.sockets.
I reinstalled netdata and nothing changed.
Netdata error logs doenst say anything about apps.sockets, or that something is broke.
How can I debug this issue?
Thanks for your atention.
Hello @Ricardo-Teixeira ,
I am not sure if you are the same person that creates the issue on github, but I will assume that you are not, and I am copying the answer that I gave there:
I tested now on my machine and I can see without any problems the sockets, so I have few questions for you:
1 - Did you upgrade for the latest Netdata version(
2 - Did you compile Netdata? Or did you use kickstart to upgrade?
3 - Which memory mode are you using with these Netdata agents?
4 - I already had problems with CentOS and SELinux that affects
ebpf.plugin. I believe that
apps.pluginalso could have problems to read
/procdepending of how it was configured. Can you see any reference to
apps.plugininside your audit.logs?
5 - Do you have any information related to
I hope with your answers we will be able to fix this problem.
Yes I am.
- SELinux is disabled
- Yes I have. I will work on them and will give you feedback.
Thank you for your attention.
By the way, it is better to continue here or at github?
Let’s continue the discussion here, unless we see that it’s a bug, so we create a bug issue on github.
Thanks Thiago for chiming in!
Thank you for answers @Ricardo-Teixeira!
I will create a VM with CentOS 7 to try replicating the problem.
Now about the Kickstart, I forgot to ask something about it, did you use