18 Nov 2021 12:58 AM - last edited on 18 Nov 2021 06:17 AM by Michal_Gebacki
In the documentation I read that deploying a oneagent-docker container needs:
Does this also apply when you install the OneAgent on the OS? Or in other words can the oneagenthelper be used as a Activegate for docker?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Found this in the oneagenthelper log on a host where Dynatrace is installed on the OS:
So I assume the answer is yes. So who can confirm when a container is restarted the oneagenthelper awakes to inject the container? Or who knows the mechanism behind this Docker container injection?
We can confirm that when a container is restarted the oneagenthelper awakes to inject the container. The
oneagenthelper needs to be running before app containers get started in order to get them monitored.