31 Jan 2023 06:11 AM - last edited on 08 Feb 2023 04:30 AM by Ana_Kuzmenchuk
Hi, in one of our monitored GKE clusters we have several PostgreSQL databases. The problem is that for each worker node, a new instance of PostgreSQL database is detected (see image below). That's formally correct but we'd like to be able to merge those databases into a single one to simplify analysis and troubleshooting.
Any hint for this?
hello @paolo_fumanelli ,
I encounter the same issue as you on GKE environment with PostgreSQL.
Same issue here. We are using SQL-Proxies (client com.google.cloud.sql.postgres.SocketFactory) on all kubernetes Nodes to connect to our Database.
Dynatrace perceives a databases per node :
Properties are the same for earch database service :
The connection string used is :
Did you find a workaround ?
Hello Aurelien, unfortunately I didn't. Our main contact in Dynatrace told us that some news regarding database service should come later in the next quarters but no precise news about it.ù
Hello @paolo_fumanelli ,
I created the following RFE, I suggest voting and adding a comment from your side :
Great, thank you