In order to understand what your Kubernetes cluster is doing, you can use Grafana and check the dashboards.
Port forward the Grafana service to a local port. Then access Grafana on http://localhost:3000
Default admin credentials are
username: admin ;
$ kubectl port-forward service/prometheus-operator-grafana 3000:80
By default the Testground infrastructure playbooks auto-provision a set of dashboards that provide visibility into the Testground infrastructure:
As Testground matures, these dashboards are likely to change.
You can view aggregated resources usage on the whole Cluster with the
USE Method / Cluster dashboard.
You can view CPU, memory, network, disk utilisation per node at the
USE Method / Nodeedashboard.
In order to understand what your
test run is doing, you can use Grafana and view some of the metrics emitted by it to InfluxDB, while it is running, such as the:
Diagnostics (i.e. go runtime metrics)
Redis is an integral part of the
sync service used to provide synchronisation and coordination between test plan instances. You can check it's utilisation on the
WeaveNet is used for the
data plane in Testground - all test plan instances communicate with each other over WeaveNet. You can check statistics from the usage of the network at the