Announcing Sysdig 0.1.103
This release includes several new interesting features. Sysdig now supports RHEL Atomic Host, CentOS Atomic Host and Fedora Atomic Host. We also added a couple of nice chisels that record and display HTTP requests and are going to be useful when monitoring web servers. Finally, the sysdig driver is now CPU hotplug friendly, which can be useful in production environments and workloads.
ncursesso it will compile on GCC 5
- Don’t use GCC 5 inside the Docker container, because older kernels are still not ready
- Minor bugfixes on csysdig
New and updated features
httplogchisel: show a log of all HTTP requests
httptopchisel: show top HTTP requests by: ncalls, time or bytes
- Improved the
acceptsystem event by adding
sysdig-probecan now compile on the EL5 kernel. Userspace application still requires a recent GCC, which can be obtained from the Redhat/CentOS developer toolset
- Support CPU hotplug: sysdig will just work if CPUs go up or down in your system, and will also generate an event when that happens
sysdig-probefor most Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS kernels
Community support is available on the sysdig mailing list.
Bugs and issues can be submitted through github.
Btw, we are running a webinar discussing the challenges of troubleshooting issues and errors in Docker containers and Kubernetes, like pods in CrashLoopBackOff, join this session and learn:
- How to gain visibility into Docker containers with Sysdig open source and Sysdig Inspect.
- Demo: troubleshoot a 502 Bad Gateway error on containerized app with HAproxy.
- Demo: troubleshoot a web application that mysteriously dies after some time.
- Demo: Nginx Kubernetes pod goes into CrashLoopBackOff, what's you can do? Will show you how to find the error without SSHin into production servers.
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