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Prometheus Mesos Exporter

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Exporter for Mesos master and agent metrics.

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The Mesos Exporter can either expose cluster wide metrics from a master or task metrics from an agent.

Usage of mesos_exporter:
  -addr string
        Address to listen on (default ":9105")
  -clientCert string
        Path to Mesos client TLS certificate (.pem file)
  -clientKey string
        Path to Mesos client TLS key file (.pem file)
  -enableMasterState
        Enable collection from the master's /state endpoint (default true)
  -exportedSlaveAttributes string
        Comma-separated list of slave attributes to include in the corresponding metric
  -exportedTaskLabels string
        Comma-separated list of task labels to include in the corresponding metric
  -logLevel string
        Log level (default "error")
  -loginURL string
        URL for strict mode authentication (default "https://leader.mesos/acs/api/v1/auth/login")
  -master string
        Expose metrics from master running on this URL
  -password string
        Password for authentication
  -privateKey string
        File path to certificate for strict mode authentication
  -skipSSLVerify
        Skip SSL certificate verification
  -slave string
        Expose metrics from slave running on this URL
  -strictMode
        Use strict mode authentication
  -timeout duration
        Master polling timeout (default 10s)
  -trustedCerts string
        Comma-separated list of certificates (.pem files) trusted for requests to Mesos endpoints
  -username string
        Username for authentication
  -version
        Show version

When using HTTP or strict mode authentication, the following values are read from the environment, if they are not specified at run time:

  • MESOS_EXPORTER_USERNAME
  • MESOS_EXPORTER_PASSWORD
  • MESOS_EXPORTER_PRIVATE_KEY

When collecting metrics from the master, the -enableMasterState flag will enable the Mesos Exporter to fetch the master's state endpoint in order to publish metrics about the resources available on registered agents. In large clusters, polling this endpoint can degrade master performance. In this case, -enableMasterState can be disabled on the master exporter and equivalent metrics can be collected by running the Mesos Exporter on each agent.

When -enableMasterState is true, the master exporter will publish the following additional metrics labeled with the agent ID:

Metric Name
mesos_slave_cpus
mesos_slave_cpus_unreserved
mesos_slave_cpus_used
mesos_slave_disk_bytes
mesos_slave_disk_unreserved_bytes
mesos_slave_disk_used_bytes
mesos_slave_mem_bytes
mesos_slave_mem_unreserved_bytes
mesos_slave_mem_used_bytes
mesos_slave_ports
mesos_slave_ports_unreserved
mesos_slave_ports_used

Prometheus Configuration

Usually you would run one exporter with -master for each master and one exporter for each slave with -slave. Monitoring each master individually ensures that the cluster can be monitored even if the underlying Mesos cluster is in a degraded state.

  • Master: mesos_exporter -master http://localhost:5050
  • Agent: mesos_exporter -slave http://localhost:5051

The necessary Prometheus configuration could look like this:

- job_name: mesos-master
  scrape_interval: 15s
  scrape_timeout: 10s
  static_configs:
  - targets:
    - master1.mesos.example.org:9105
    - master2.mesos.example.org:9105
    - master3.mesos.example.org:9105

- job_name: mesos-slave
  scrape_interval: 15s
  scrape_timeout: 10s
  static_configs:
  - targets:
    - node1.mesos.example.org:9105
    - node2.mesos.example.org:9105
    - node3.mesos.example.org:9105

A minimal set of alerts to ensure your cluster is operational could then be defined as follows:

ALERT MesosDown
  IF (up{job=~"mesos.*"} == 0) or (irate(mesos_collector_errors_total[5m]) > 0)
  FOR 5m
  LABELS { severity="warning" }
  ANNOTATIONS {
    description="Either the exporter or the associated Mesos component is down.",
    summary="The Mesos instance {{$labels.instance}} cannot be scraped."
  }

ALERT MesosMasterLeader
  IF sum(mesos_master_elected{job="mesos-master"}) != 1
  FOR 5m
  LABELS { severity="page" }
  ANNOTATIONS {
    description="Agents and frameworks require a unique leading Mesos master.",
    summary="Expected one leading Mesos master but there are {{ $value }}."
  }

ALERT MesosMasterTooManyRestarts
  IF resets(mesos_master_uptime_seconds{job="mesos-master"}[1h]) > 10
  FOR 5m
  LABELS { severity="page" }
  ANNOTATIONS {
    description="The number of seconds the process has been running is resetting regularly.",
    summary="The Mesos master {{$labels.instance}} has restarted {{ $value }} times in the last hour."
  }

ALERT MesosSlaveActive
  IF sum(mesos_master_slaves_state{state="active"}) < 0.9 * count(up{job="mesos-slave"})
  FOR 5m
  LABELS { severity="page" }
  ANNOTATIONS {
    description="Mesos agents must be registered with the master in order to receive tasks.",
    summary="More than 10% of all Mesos agents dropped out. Only {{ $value }} active agents remaining."
  }

ALERT MesosSlaveTooManyRestarts
  IF resets(mesos_slave_uptime_seconds{job="mesos-slave"}[1h]) > 10
  FOR 5m
  LABELS { severity="page" }
  ANNOTATIONS {
    description="The number of seconds the process has been running is resetting regularly.",
    summary="The Mesos agent {{$labels.instance}} has restarted {{ $value }} times in the last hour."
  }
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