Monitoring infrastructure is a vital component of maintaining normal operaions of Data Management for VMware Tanzu.
Data Management for VMware Tanzu collects health and metric data for the network and datastores associated with each vSphere cluster that you onboard with DMS. You can view this data and use it to track the resource consumption and performance of your environments.
You can view the health of Data Management for VMware Tanzu infrastructure from the Infrastructures view, Health tab.
Data Management for VMware Tanzu reports the connectivity or capacity Status of the following Agent VM components, and triggers alerts when connectivity issues or thresholds warrant:
|Alert Name||Threshold||-> Status||Alert Level||Triggered When|
|AGENT_CONNECTIVITY||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Agent VM lost connectivity to the control plane.|
|CLOUDSTORAGE||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Agent VM is not able to connect to the Cloud Storage Repo.|
|DATA_DISK_HEALTH_ALERT||>= 90%||Degraded||CRITICAL||The data disk on the Agent VM has reached 90% capacity.|
|DATA_DISK_HEALTH_ALERT||>= 70%||Warning||WARNING||The data disk on the Agent VM has reached 70% capacity.|
|INFLUXDB||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Influxdb service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|KAPACITOR||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Kapacitor service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|LOCALSTORAGE||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Agent VM is not able to connect to the Local Storage Repo.|
|MONITORING||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The monitoring service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|ONBOARDING||N/A||Warning||CRITICAL||The onboarding service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|RCLONE||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The rclone service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|SYSTEM_DISK_HEALTH_ALERT||>= 90%||Degraded||CRITICAL||The system disk on the Agent VM has reached 90% capacity.|
|SYSTEM_DISK_HEALTH_ALERT||>= 70%||Warning||WARNING||The system disk on the Agent VM has reached 70% capacity.|
|TELEGRAF||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||The Telegraf service running in the Agent VM is down.|
|VCENTER||N/A||Degraded||CRITICAL||Data Management for VMware Tanzu is unable to connect to vCenter.|
If you find that an infrastructure is in a DEGRADED or ERROR state, you may be able to rectify the situation by restarting certain services on the Agent VM.
|Alert Name||Affected VM OS Service Name|
Perform the following procedure to clear alerts for an infrastructure with ERROR or DEGRADED status:
Validate the connection between the Agent VM and vCenter.
Examine the infrastructure health, and identify the component associated with each critical or warning alerts.
SSH into the Agent VM.
Restart each affected service. For example:
user@agentvm$ systemctl restart influxdb.service
Check the infrastructure status and health again.
Ensure that all components display the OK status.