Where do I find the backpressure graphs? I normally stumble-into them but not having luck this am....
This can be seen in the destination's 'charts' tab, the bottom chart, blocked status chart will show a redline (value 1) when back pressuring.
Is this for Stream?
I'm asking about Stream.
Can you please give me the menu options you're using to get to it? I don't see this.
Managed -> Data -> Destinations -> <The Destination to check> -> Charts
Also u can see this in Monitoring -> Data -> Destinations as seen here.
Here's an better example of a destination back pressuring for: Managed -> Data -> Destinations -> <The Destination to check> -> Charts
It appears we're not experiencing backpressure:
Must be another problem.
Just curious, is there an error on the status screen and or logs?
Doesn't look like it. However we're getting several errors for our Cribl Collectors that are trying to pull Okta logs.
message:Error reading stats file for job: http://1677098100.249.scheduled.in|1677098100.249.scheduled.in_REST_ProofPoint_TAP
message:Error reading stats file for job: http://1677098100.250.scheduled.in|1677098100.250.scheduled.in_REST_Okta_Prod_External
Actually, I think all of our Cribl Collectors are being impacted right now.
Sorry, I should of specified more clearly. The screenshot above from from a Google Chronicle Destination. Are there errors being report for that destination (in the logs tab) that lead you to believe there is back pressure?
Just that "Backpressure" has been a common symptom when we experience receiving several email notifications for Cortex Data Lake disconnect notifications.
There doesn't appear to be errors for the Cribl_to_Chronicle Destination:
Lots of errors for our Collectors:
If u expand on of the API errors, there should be additional information, like http code and reason that will provide more insight
"message": "API Error",
"message": "Failed to find job with id=in_REST_ProofPoint_TAP",
"stack": "RESTError: Failed to find job with id=in_REST_ProofPoint_TAP
at L._get (/opt/cribl/bin/cribl.js:14:20679999)"
They all appear to be like that, except the errors are for each REST Collector we have set-up.
~By chance is the file system full? TBH I've never seen this error.~
Take that back, this is a case of a job artifact being deleted from the UI but the artifact has already been deleted... so it's an error but not related to the job running successfully or not. I'd check on status of these collector runs in Monitoring -> System -> Job Inspector -> Scheduled
For "All Groups":
For Cribl Cloud (Worker Group: default):
For on-prem Cribl Workers (Worker Group: NADTC2):
The Jobs for the "default" Group look okay, I think? ^
I don't think it's because of a missing Collector config. For example:
<@U02MYTESJ31> - I'd suggest opening a support case for this, definitely something strange going on.