aboutsummaryrefslogtreecommitdiffstats
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
authorpmikus <pmikus@cisco.com>2021-01-29 10:03:46 +0000
committerPeter Mikus <pmikus@cisco.com>2021-01-29 10:26:10 +0000
commit3715b48d91e15d0f961963acb641abce67a101d1 (patch)
tree6a65773c6cca68c24f672fc86800ea68e522a979
parent2856c0a0c19319de146a93c27e106351faf1926c (diff)
Fix: Slack key workaround
- Todo: Deploy hashi vault. Signed-off-by: pmikus <pmikus@cisco.com> Change-Id: Ib02f00039bd4cbb4725ea3fec56184b7928208ad (cherry picked from commit 993696b15c5f5b63c5d206fd9cc9b32c4af4e2dd)
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/conf/nomad/alertmanager.hcl2
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/main.tf2
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/variables.tf6
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/main.tf6
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate45
-rw-r--r--terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate.backup31
6 files changed, 41 insertions, 51 deletions
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/conf/nomad/alertmanager.hcl b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/conf/nomad/alertmanager.hcl
index 4560cf0..b8a9df4 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/conf/nomad/alertmanager.hcl
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/conf/nomad/alertmanager.hcl
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ job "${job_name}" {
data = <<EOH
global:
# The API URL to use for Slack notifications.
- slack_api_url: '${slack_api_url}'
+ slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/${slack_api_key}'
# The directory from which notification templates are read.
templates:
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/main.tf b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/main.tf
index 411c78a..8307601 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/main.tf
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/main.tf
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ data "template_file" "nomad_job_alertmanager" {
cpu = var.alertmanager_cpu
mem = var.alertmanager_mem
port = var.alertmanager_port
- slack_api_url = var.alertmanager_slack_api_url
+ slack_api_key = var.alertmanager_slack_api_key
slack_channel = var.alertmanager_slack_channel
default_receiver = var.alertmanager_default_receiver
}
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/variables.tf b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/variables.tf
index ebd8621..152530b 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/variables.tf
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/alertmanager/variables.tf
@@ -71,10 +71,10 @@ variable "alertmanager_default_receiver" {
default = "default-receiver"
}
-variable "alertmanager_slack_api_url" {
- description = "Alertmanager slack API URL"
+variable "alertmanager_slack_api_key" {
+ description = "Alertmanager slack API key"
type = string
- default = "https://hooks.slack.com/services/XXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
+ default = "XXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
}
variable "alertmanager_slack_channel" {
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/main.tf b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/main.tf
index 98ae47d..d14603b 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/main.tf
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/main.tf
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ module "alertmanager" {
alertmanager_cpu = 1000
alertmanager_mem = 1024
alertmanager_port = 9093
- alertmanager_slack_api_url = "https://hooks.slack.com/services/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"
+ alertmanager_slack_api_key = "TE07RD1V1/B01L7PQK9S8/xncEcMAvF0GtJpTbC30E0AyL"
alertmanager_slack_channel = "fdio-infra-monitoring"
}
@@ -76,12 +76,12 @@ module "grafana" {
grafana_vault_secret = {
use_vault_provider = false,
vault_kv_policy_name = "kv-secret",
- vault_kv_path = "secret/data/prometheus",
+ vault_kv_path = "secret/data/grafana",
vault_kv_field_access_key = "access_key",
vault_kv_field_secret_key = "secret_key"
}
grafana_container_image = "grafana/grafana:7.3.7"
- grafana_cpu = 2000
+ grafana_cpu = 1000
grafana_mem = 2048
grafana_port = 3000
}
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate
index c15e983..62c0864 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate
@@ -1,9 +1,7 @@
-<<<<<<< HEAD (dae934 Infra: Remove Consul TLS on clients (Nomad conflict))
-=======
{
"version": 4,
"terraform_version": "0.14.5",
- "serial": 1030,
+ "serial": 1034,
"lineage": "e4e7f30a-652d-7a31-e31c-5e3a3388c9b9",
"outputs": {},
"resources": [
@@ -18,9 +16,9 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"filename": null,
- "id": "ae09d392c808970a05f2423cd8dbf158f6cb6d3ae50260cd7d16f1575ce43871",
- "rendered": "job \"prod-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"https://github.com/prometheus/alertmanager/releases/download/v0.21.0/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64.tar.gz\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/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'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: default-receiver\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: 'default-receiver'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#fdio-infra-monitoring'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"alertmanager\"\n port = \"alertmanager\"\n tags = [ \"alertmanager${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 1024\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"alertmanager\" {\n static = 9093\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
- "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n %{ if use_vault_provider }\n vault {\n policies = \"${vault_kv_policy_name}\"\n }\n %{ endif }\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-${version}.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"${url}\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: '${slack_api_url}'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: '${default_receiver}'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: ${default_receiver}\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: '${default_receiver}'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: '${default_receiver}'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#${slack_channel}'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "id": "ad663ce4420bb5e99efc3b23d4038bf0538eeed5e73135d34e8104aaba94fce4",
+ "rendered": "job \"prod-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"https://github.com/prometheus/alertmanager/releases/download/v0.21.0/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64.tar.gz\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/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'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: default-receiver\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: 'default-receiver'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#fdio-infra-monitoring'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"alertmanager\"\n port = \"alertmanager\"\n tags = [ \"alertmanager${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 1024\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"alertmanager\" {\n static = 9093\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n %{ if use_vault_provider }\n vault {\n policies = \"${vault_kv_policy_name}\"\n }\n %{ endif }\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-${version}.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"${url}\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/${slack_api_key}'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: '${default_receiver}'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: ${default_receiver}\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: '${default_receiver}'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: '${default_receiver}'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#${slack_channel}'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"vars": {
"cpu": "1000",
"datacenters": "yul1",
@@ -30,7 +28,7 @@
"mem": "1024",
"port": "9093",
"service_name": "alertmanager",
- "slack_api_url": "https://hooks.slack.com/services/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",
+ "slack_api_key": "TE07RD1V1/B01L7PQK9S8/xncEcMAvF0GtJpTbC30E0AyL",
"slack_channel": "fdio-infra-monitoring",
"url": "https://github.com/prometheus/alertmanager/releases/download/v0.21.0/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64.tar.gz",
"use_canary": "true",
@@ -53,20 +51,21 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"allocation_ids": [
+ "a0e6d97f-c9fa-dba3-a58a-24540493931e",
"464144d9-8c27-dc03-71bb-6f8d525bc486"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
],
- "deployment_id": "d69d73a6-2a1b-ebf6-e421-30ce1f34f519",
+ "deployment_id": "b4e00636-7610-9e21-7a46-0dc211c21abd",
"deployment_status": "successful",
"deregister_on_destroy": true,
"deregister_on_id_change": true,
"detach": false,
"id": "prod-alertmanager",
- "jobspec": "job \"prod-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"https://github.com/prometheus/alertmanager/releases/download/v0.21.0/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64.tar.gz\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/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'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: default-receiver\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: 'default-receiver'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#fdio-infra-monitoring'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"alertmanager\"\n port = \"alertmanager\"\n tags = [ \"alertmanager${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 1024\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"alertmanager\" {\n static = 9093\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "jobspec": "job \"prod-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-alertmanager\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"exec\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n command = \"local/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64/alertmanager\"\n args = [\n \"--config.file=secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n ]\n }\n\n # The artifact stanza instructs Nomad to fetch and unpack a remote resource,\n # such as a file, tarball, or binary. Nomad downloads artifacts using the\n # popular go-getter library, which permits downloading artifacts from a\n # variety of locations using a URL as the input source.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"artifact\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/artifact\n #\n artifact {\n source = \"https://github.com/prometheus/alertmanager/releases/download/v0.21.0/alertmanager-0.21.0.linux-amd64.tar.gz\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/alertmanager.yml\"\n left_delimiter = \"{{{\"\n right_delimiter = \"}}}\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\nglobal:\n # The API URL to use for Slack notifications.\n slack_api_url: 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/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'\n\n# The directory from which notification templates are read.\ntemplates:\n- '/etc/alertmanager/template/*.tmpl'\n\n#tls_config:\n# # CA certificate to validate the server certificate with.\n# ca_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e ]\n#\n# # Certificate and key files for client cert authentication to the server.\n# cert_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n# key_file: \u003cfilepath\u003e\n#\n# # ServerName extension to indicate the name of the server.\n# # http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4366#section-3.1\n# server_name: \u003cstring\u003e\n#\n# # Disable validation of the server certificate.\n# insecure_skip_verify: true\n\n# The root route on which each incoming alert enters.\nroute:\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n # The labels by which incoming alerts are grouped together. For example,\n # multiple alerts coming in for cluster=A and alertname=LatencyHigh would\n # be batched into a single group.\n #\n # To aggregate by all possible labels use '...' as the sole label name.\n # This effectively disables aggregation entirely, passing through all\n # alerts as-is. This is unlikely to be what you want, unless you have\n # a very low alert volume or your upstream notification system performs\n # its own grouping. Example: group_by: [...]\n group_by: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\n # When a new group of alerts is created by an incoming alert, wait at\n # least 'group_wait' to send the initial notification.\n # This way ensures that you get multiple alerts for the same group that start\n # firing shortly after another are batched together on the first\n # notification.\n group_wait: 30s\n\n # When the first notification was sent, wait 'group_interval' to send a batch\n # of new alerts that started firing for that group.\n group_interval: 5m\n\n # If an alert has successfully been sent, wait 'repeat_interval' to\n # resend them.\n repeat_interval: 3h\n\n # All the above attributes are inherited by all child routes and can\n # overwritten on each.\n # The child route trees.\n routes:\n # This routes performs a regular expression match on alert labels to\n # catch alerts that are related to a list of services.\n - match_re:\n service: .*\n receiver: default-receiver\n # The service has a sub-route for critical alerts, any alerts\n # that do not match, i.e. severity != critical, fall-back to the\n # parent node and are sent to 'team-X-mails'\n routes:\n - match:\n severity: critical\n receiver: 'default-receiver'\n\n# Inhibition rules allow to mute a set of alerts given that another alert is\n# firing.\n# We use this to mute any warning-level notifications if the same alert is\n# already critical.\ninhibit_rules:\n- source_match:\n severity: 'critical'\n target_match:\n severity: 'warning'\n # Apply inhibition if the alertname is the same.\n # CAUTION:\n # If all label names listed in `equal` are missing\n # from both the source and target alerts,\n # the inhibition rule will apply!\n equal: ['alertname', 'cluster', 'service']\n\nreceivers:\n- name: 'default-receiver'\n slack_configs:\n - channel: '#fdio-infra-monitoring'\n send_resolved: true\n icon_url: https://avatars3.githubusercontent.com/u/3380462\n title: |-\n [{{ .Status | toUpper }}{{ if eq .Status \"firing\" }}:{{ .Alerts.Firing | len }}{{ end }}] {{ .CommonLabels.alertname }} for {{ .CommonLabels.job }}\n {{- if gt (len .CommonLabels) (len .GroupLabels) -}}\n {{\" \"}}(\n {{- with .CommonLabels.Remove .GroupLabels.Names }}\n {{- range $index, $label := .SortedPairs -}}\n {{ if $index }}, {{ end }}\n {{- $label.Name }}=\"{{ $label.Value -}}\"\n {{- end }}\n {{- end -}}\n )\n {{- end }}\n text: \u003e-\n {{ range .Alerts -}}\n *Alert:* {{ .Annotations.summary }}{{ if .Labels.severity }} - `{{ .Labels.severity }}`{{ end }}\n\n *Description:* {{ .Annotations.description }}\n\n *Details:*\n {{ range .Labels.SortedPairs }} • *{{ .Name }}:* `{{ .Value }}`\n {{ end }}\n {{ end }}\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"alertmanager\"\n port = \"alertmanager\"\n tags = [ \"alertmanager${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Alertmanager Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n path = \"/-/healthy\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 1024\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"alertmanager\" {\n static = 9093\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"json": null,
- "modify_index": "7147924",
+ "modify_index": "7148912",
"name": "prod-alertmanager",
"namespace": "default",
"policy_override": null,
@@ -259,11 +258,11 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"filename": null,
- "id": "080a6dd88248c6a78ec3025a0ec9e471aed9acde495ca47db868b0893b4446b7",
- "rendered": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
- "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"${image}\"\n dns_servers = [ \"$${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = ${port}\nroot_url = http://${service_name}.service.consul:${port}\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "id": "5c802f79894e52718b0d713abec8e46bf8b9831b7caa677ff22b657ea3254b42",
+ "rendered": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"${image}\"\n dns_servers = [ \"$${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = ${port}\nroot_url = http://${service_name}.service.consul:${port}\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"vars": {
- "cpu": "2000",
+ "cpu": "1000",
"datacenters": "yul1",
"group_count": "1",
"image": "grafana/grafana:7.3.7",
@@ -289,22 +288,19 @@
{
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
- "allocation_ids": [
- "1cf5f45a-3d10-b433-600e-f92696e49a25",
- "d2ddca98-1bb8-680d-06f1-00fcf4887eca"
- ],
+ "allocation_ids": null,
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
],
- "deployment_id": "fef8bdc5-f769-c504-f089-8886755e45ef",
+ "deployment_id": "4b6abbd0-0129-03d7-b8e3-e7c256c5bcb6",
"deployment_status": "successful",
"deregister_on_destroy": true,
"deregister_on_id_change": true,
"detach": false,
"id": "prod-grafana",
- "jobspec": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "jobspec": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 1000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"json": null,
- "modify_index": "7148410",
+ "modify_index": "7148913",
"name": "prod-grafana",
"namespace": "default",
"policy_override": null,
@@ -420,7 +416,7 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"allocation_ids": [
- "8ca5aa5b-2616-f167-f40e-a0becb50c87e"
+ "3ff45a9a-4635-3719-ae12-c750ebb3e800"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
@@ -433,7 +429,7 @@
"id": "prod-mc",
"jobspec": "job \"prod-mc\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers.html\n #\n type = \"batch\"\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group.html\n #\n group \"prod-group1-mc\" {\n task \"prod-task1-create-buckets\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"minio/mc:RELEASE.2020-12-10T01-26-17Z\"\n entrypoint = [\n \"/bin/sh\",\n \"-c\",\n \"mc config host add LOCALMINIO http://storage.service.consul:9000 $MINIO_ACCESS_KEY $MINIO_SECRET_KEY \u0026\u0026 mc mb -p LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io LOCALMINIO/docs.fd.io ; mc policy set public LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io mc policy set public LOCALMINIO/docs.fd.io mc ilm add --expiry-days '180' LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io mc admin user add LOCALMINIO storage Storage1234 mc admin policy set LOCALMINIO writeonly user=storage\"\n ]\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n privileged = false\n }\n\n # The env stanza configures a list of environment variables to populate\n # the task's environment before starting.\n env {\n \n MINIO_ACCESS_KEY = \"minio\"\n MINIO_SECRET_KEY = \"minio123\"\n \n \n }\n }\n }\n}\n",
"json": null,
- "modify_index": "7148419",
+ "modify_index": "7148928",
"name": "prod-mc",
"namespace": "default",
"policy_override": null,
@@ -825,5 +821,4 @@
]
}
]
-}
->>>>>>> CHANGE (a44eef Infra: Monitoring capability)
+} \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate.backup b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate.backup
index ba12fe8..d988fb5 100644
--- a/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate.backup
+++ b/terraform-ci-infra/1n_nmd/terraform.tfstate.backup
@@ -1,9 +1,7 @@
-<<<<<<< HEAD (dae934 Infra: Remove Consul TLS on clients (Nomad conflict))
-=======
{
"version": 4,
"terraform_version": "0.14.5",
- "serial": 1026,
+ "serial": 1030,
"lineage": "e4e7f30a-652d-7a31-e31c-5e3a3388c9b9",
"outputs": {},
"resources": [
@@ -53,8 +51,7 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"allocation_ids": [
- "464144d9-8c27-dc03-71bb-6f8d525bc486",
- "d29e4d1a-be78-d7ec-0b53-c2b6ebcd2e00"
+ "464144d9-8c27-dc03-71bb-6f8d525bc486"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
@@ -149,7 +146,6 @@
"allocation_ids": [
"e11d14cf-0b12-7f11-f982-e75abb2fa245",
"be1d7792-8b38-0769-1899-4d78ac17d775",
- "a382862b-e015-bb85-7fed-5a70ab5433e5",
"33190f8d-6b97-5a79-32c3-c2a48eb33cab",
"7b9a89f3-3094-73aa-de9e-b674cdf3962b",
"1b730294-e8c6-d330-72a6-7502ef6d8195",
@@ -167,8 +163,7 @@
"2cb8905c-3d36-878d-917e-493f8a982970",
"a1426c7b-a4a1-0f19-cc11-162b396e9ce9",
"f24eee7b-e480-3386-9a6e-357edb9ae137",
- "7b7c32b2-9cc9-bb99-b203-2842e4495f5c",
- "c90d6b3d-93ac-2fa6-e713-aa69b3a3be69"
+ "7b7c32b2-9cc9-bb99-b203-2842e4495f5c"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
@@ -262,9 +257,9 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"filename": null,
- "id": "039453e436ebcc20c398c58e986fd3cbc8a797cf28b1006ce0407eba9bb0f9cf",
- "rendered": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
- "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"${image}\"\n dns_servers = [ \"$${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = ${port}\nroot_url = http://${service_name}.service.consul:${port}\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "id": "080a6dd88248c6a78ec3025a0ec9e471aed9acde495ca47db868b0893b4446b7",
+ "rendered": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "template": "job \"${job_name}\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"${datacenters}\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n%{ if use_canary }\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n%{ endif }\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = ${group_count}\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"$${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-${service_name}\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"${image}\"\n dns_servers = [ \"$${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = ${port}\nroot_url = http://${service_name}.service.consul:${port}\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"${service_name}\"\n port = \"${service_name}\"\n tags = [ \"${service_name}$${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = ${cpu}\n memory = ${mem}\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"${service_name}\" {\n static = ${port}\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"vars": {
"cpu": "2000",
"datacenters": "yul1",
@@ -293,20 +288,21 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"allocation_ids": [
+ "1cf5f45a-3d10-b433-600e-f92696e49a25",
"d2ddca98-1bb8-680d-06f1-00fcf4887eca"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
],
- "deployment_id": "4ef2df3e-696c-5382-5eec-991411a36a90",
+ "deployment_id": "fef8bdc5-f769-c504-f089-8886755e45ef",
"deployment_status": "successful",
"deregister_on_destroy": true,
"deregister_on_id_change": true,
"detach": false,
"id": "prod-grafana",
- "jobspec": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter Full\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
+ "jobspec": "job \"prod-grafana\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers\n #\n type = \"service\"\n\n update {\n # The \"max_parallel\" parameter specifies the maximum number of updates to\n # perform in parallel. In this case, this specifies to update a single task\n # at a time.\n max_parallel = 1\n\n health_check = \"checks\"\n\n # The \"min_healthy_time\" parameter specifies the minimum time the allocation\n # must be in the healthy state before it is marked as healthy and unblocks\n # further allocations from being updated.\n min_healthy_time = \"10s\"\n\n # The \"healthy_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which the\n # allocation must be marked as healthy after which the allocation is\n # automatically transitioned to unhealthy. Transitioning to unhealthy will\n # fail the deployment and potentially roll back the job if \"auto_revert\" is\n # set to true.\n healthy_deadline = \"3m\"\n\n # The \"progress_deadline\" parameter specifies the deadline in which an\n # allocation must be marked as healthy. The deadline begins when the first\n # allocation for the deployment is created and is reset whenever an allocation\n # as part of the deployment transitions to a healthy state. If no allocation\n # transitions to the healthy state before the progress deadline, the\n # deployment is marked as failed.\n progress_deadline = \"10m\"\n\n\n # The \"canary\" parameter specifies that changes to the job that would result\n # in destructive updates should create the specified number of canaries\n # without stopping any previous allocations. Once the operator determines the\n # canaries are healthy, they can be promoted which unblocks a rolling update\n # of the remaining allocations at a rate of \"max_parallel\".\n #\n # Further, setting \"canary\" equal to the count of the task group allows\n # blue/green deployments. When the job is updated, a full set of the new\n # version is deployed and upon promotion the old version is stopped.\n canary = 1\n\n # Specifies if the job should auto-promote to the canary version when all\n # canaries become healthy during a deployment. Defaults to false which means\n # canaries must be manually updated with the nomad deployment promote\n # command.\n auto_promote = true\n\n # The \"auto_revert\" parameter specifies if the job should auto-revert to the\n # last stable job on deployment failure. A job is marked as stable if all the\n # allocations as part of its deployment were marked healthy.\n auto_revert = true\n\n }\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group\n #\n group \"prod-group1-grafana\" {\n # The \"count\" parameter specifies the number of the task groups that should\n # be running under this group. This value must be non-negative and defaults\n # to 1.\n count = 1\n\n\n # The constraint allows restricting the set of eligible nodes. Constraints\n # may filter on attributes or client metadata.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"volume\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/constraint\n #\n constraint {\n attribute = \"${attr.cpu.arch}\"\n operator = \"!=\"\n value = \"arm64\"\n }\n\n # The \"task\" stanza creates an individual unit of work, such as a Docker\n # container, web application, or batch processing.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/task\n #\n task \"prod-task1-grafana\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"grafana/grafana:7.3.7\"\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n volumes = [\n \"secrets/prometheus.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/datasources/prometheus.yml\",\n \"secrets/dashboards.yml:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/dashboards.yml\",\n \"secrets/grafana.ini:/etc/grafana/grafana.ini\",\n \"secrets/node_exporter.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/node_exporter.json\",\n \"secrets/docker_cadvisor.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/docker_cadvisor.json\",\n \"secrets/nomad.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/nomad.json\",\n \"secrets/consul.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/consul.json\",\n \"secrets/prometheus.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/prometheus.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_http.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_http.json\",\n \"secrets/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json:/etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n ]\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Node Exporter\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/node_exporter.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Docker cAdvisor\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/docker_cadvisor.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Nomad\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/nomad.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Consul\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/consul.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/prometheus.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter ICMP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_icmp.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n artifact {\n # Prometheus Blackbox Exporter HTTP\n source = \"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pmikus/grafana-dashboards/main/blackbox_exporter_http.json\"\n destination = \"secrets/\"\n }\n\n # The \"template\" stanza instructs Nomad to manage a template, such as\n # a configuration file or script. This template can optionally pull data\n # from Consul or Vault to populate runtime configuration data.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/template\n #\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/prometheus.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\ndatasources:\n- name: Prometheus\n type: prometheus\n access: direct\n orgId: 1\n url: http://prometheus.service.consul:9090\n basicAuth: false\n isDefault: true\n version: 1\n editable: false\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/dashboards.yml\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napiVersion: 1\nproviders:\n- name: dashboards\n type: file\n disableDeletion: false\n updateIntervalSeconds: 10\n allowUiUpdates: false\n options:\n path: /etc/grafana/provisioning/dashboards\n foldersFromFilesStructure: true\nEOH\n }\n\n template {\n change_mode = \"noop\"\n change_signal = \"SIGINT\"\n destination = \"secrets/grafana.ini\"\n data = \u003c\u003cEOH\napp_mode = production\n\n[metrics]\nenabled = true\n\n[server]\nprotocol = http\nhttp_port = 3000\nroot_url = http://grafana.service.consul:3000\nenable_gzip = true\n;cert_file =\n;cert_key =\n\n[security]\nadmin_user = grafanauser\nadmin_password = Grafana1234\nsecret_key = SW2YcwTIb9zpOOhoPsMm\n\n[users]\nallow_sign_up = false\nallow_org_create = false\nauto_assign_org = true\nauto_assign_org_role = Viewer\ndefault_theme = dark\n\n[auth.basic]\nenabled = true\n\n[auth]\ndisable_login_form = false\ndisable_signout_menu = false\n\n[auth.anonymous]\nenabled = false\n\n[log]\nmode = console\nlevel = info\n\n[log.console]\nlevel = info\nformat = console\nEOH\n }\n\n # The service stanza instructs Nomad to register a service with Consul.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"task\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/service\n #\n service {\n name = \"grafana\"\n port = \"grafana\"\n tags = [ \"grafana${NOMAD_ALLOC_INDEX}\" ]\n check {\n name = \"Grafana Check Live\"\n type = \"http\"\n protocol = \"http\"\n tls_skip_verify = true\n path = \"/api/health\"\n interval = \"10s\"\n timeout = \"2s\"\n }\n }\n\n # The \"resources\" stanza describes the requirements a task needs to\n # execute. Resource requirements include memory, network, cpu, and more.\n # This ensures the task will execute on a machine that contains enough\n # resource capacity.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"resources\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/resources\n #\n resources {\n cpu = 2000\n memory = 2048\n # The network stanza specifies the networking requirements for the task\n # group, including the network mode and port allocations. When scheduling\n # jobs in Nomad they are provisioned across your fleet of machines along\n # with other jobs and services. Because you don't know in advance what host\n # your job will be provisioned on, Nomad will provide your tasks with\n # network configuration when they start up.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"template\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/network\n #\n network {\n port \"grafana\" {\n static = 3000\n }\n }\n }\n }\n }\n}",
"json": null,
- "modify_index": "7140252",
+ "modify_index": "7148410",
"name": "prod-grafana",
"namespace": "default",
"policy_override": null,
@@ -422,7 +418,7 @@
"schema_version": 0,
"attributes": {
"allocation_ids": [
- "5b129de9-a002-a1e5-7676-1f6623a6f4bd"
+ "8ca5aa5b-2616-f167-f40e-a0becb50c87e"
],
"datacenters": [
"yul1"
@@ -435,7 +431,7 @@
"id": "prod-mc",
"jobspec": "job \"prod-mc\" {\n # The \"region\" parameter specifies the region in which to execute the job.\n # If omitted, this inherits the default region name of \"global\".\n # region = \"global\"\n #\n # The \"datacenters\" parameter specifies the list of datacenters which should\n # be considered when placing this task. This must be provided.\n datacenters = \"yul1\"\n\n # The \"type\" parameter controls the type of job, which impacts the scheduler's\n # decision on placement. This configuration is optional and defaults to\n # \"service\". For a full list of job types and their differences, please see\n # the online documentation.\n #\n # For more information, please see the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/jobspec/schedulers.html\n #\n type = \"batch\"\n\n # The \"group\" stanza defines a series of tasks that should be co-located on\n # the same Nomad client. Any task within a group will be placed on the same\n # client.\n #\n # For more information and examples on the \"group\" stanza, please see\n # the online documentation at:\n #\n # https://www.nomadproject.io/docs/job-specification/group.html\n #\n group \"prod-group1-mc\" {\n task \"prod-task1-create-buckets\" {\n # The \"driver\" parameter specifies the task driver that should be used to\n # run the task.\n driver = \"docker\"\n\n \n\n # The \"config\" stanza specifies the driver configuration, which is passed\n # directly to the driver to start the task. The details of configurations\n # are specific to each driver, so please see specific driver\n # documentation for more information.\n config {\n image = \"minio/mc:RELEASE.2020-12-10T01-26-17Z\"\n entrypoint = [\n \"/bin/sh\",\n \"-c\",\n \"mc config host add LOCALMINIO http://storage.service.consul:9000 $MINIO_ACCESS_KEY $MINIO_SECRET_KEY \u0026\u0026 mc mb -p LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io LOCALMINIO/docs.fd.io ; mc policy set public LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io mc policy set public LOCALMINIO/docs.fd.io mc ilm add --expiry-days '180' LOCALMINIO/logs.fd.io mc admin user add LOCALMINIO storage Storage1234 mc admin policy set LOCALMINIO writeonly user=storage\"\n ]\n dns_servers = [ \"${attr.unique.network.ip-address}\" ]\n privileged = false\n }\n\n # The env stanza configures a list of environment variables to populate\n # the task's environment before starting.\n env {\n \n MINIO_ACCESS_KEY = \"minio\"\n MINIO_SECRET_KEY = \"minio123\"\n \n \n }\n }\n }\n}\n",
"json": null,
- "modify_index": "7147950",
+ "modify_index": "7148419",
"name": "prod-mc",
"namespace": "default",
"policy_override": null,
@@ -827,5 +823,4 @@
]
}
]
-}
->>>>>>> CHANGE (a44eef Infra: Monitoring capability)
+} \ No newline at end of file