This integration is available on Kubernetes and Linux.
After you configure the integration, you can access these features:
View metrics. You can create your own custom dashboards, and most monitors provide built-in dashboards as well. For information about dashboards, see View dashboards in Splunk Observability Cloud.
View a data-driven visualization of the physical servers, virtual machines, AWS instances, and other resources in your environment that are visible to Infrastructure Monitoring. For information about navigators, see Use navigators in Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring.
Access the Metric Finder and search for metrics sent by the monitor. For information, see Search the Metric Finder and Metadata catalog.
This integration reads the status of systemd services from
/var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket. You must mount the host location to
the container in which the Collector or the Smart Agent is running. The
agent container must also run in privileged mode. The following example
shows an excerpt of the
docker run command:
docker run ...\
-v /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket:/var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket:ro \
Follow these steps to deploy this integration:
To use this integration of a Smart Agent monitor with the Collector:
Include the Smart Agent receiver in your configuration file.
Add the monitor type to the Collector configuration, both in the receiver and pipelines sections.
See how to Use Smart Agent monitors with the Collector.
See how to set up the Smart Agent receiver.
For a list of common configuration options, refer to Common configuration settings for monitors.
Learn more about the Collector at Get started: Understand and use the Collector.
To activate this integration, add the following to your Collector configuration:
... # Additional config
Next, add the monitor to the
section of your configuration file:
Advanced examples 🔗
The following is an excerpt of a YAML configuration for monitoring the
By default, the
gauge.substate.running metrics, which indicates
whether a service is running or not, is the only metric reported.
Configure additional metrics using the
sendLoadState configuration flags, as shown in
the following example:
Configuration settings 🔗
The following table shows the configuration options for this monitor:
Services to report on.
A service is in the state that a metric represents if the metric value
1 and not in that state if the metric value is
integration assigns the name of monitored services to the
The following metrics are available for this integration:
To learn more about the available in Observability Cloud see Metric types
In host-based subscription plans, default metrics are those metrics included in host-based subscriptions in Observability Cloud, such as host, container, or bundled metrics. Custom metrics are not provided by default and might be subject to charges. See Metric categories for more information.
In MTS-based subscription plans, all metrics are custom.
To add additional metrics, see how to configure
extraMetricsin Add additional metrics
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