We running Dynatrace on a gke cluster and when pod restarts it is not shown in Dynatrace, even worst, it shows the old pod as unmonitored.
Hence here is my question, how can I make an alerte on Dynatrace on every pod restart. Just for information I'am running Dynatrace on managed version.
Answer by Gilles D. ·
No I'am using the fullstack monitoring and we are not destroying instances, it just that pod restart doesn't show on dynatrace properly it display a message that a pod is not monitored or that the signal was lost.
If I take an example: Let's say we have 3 runing process, and all the 3 are restarted, then all the new pod will be display in dynatrace while the old one are marked as unmonitored or "signal lost" tagged.
For example in the above image we can see that the old pod are seen as unmonitored or have a "lost signal" tag.
My question is how can we properly configure Dynatrace to properly show the pod information. Or is this normal and only used to see old pod metrics
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