Distributed Tracing

Created:2024-06-20 Last Modified:2024-06-20

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#1. Distributed Tracing

Distributed tracing records detailed information for each call, supporting only data collected via eBPF or calls initiated through the OpenTelemetry protocol transmitted to DeepFlow.

#1.1 Overview

Overview

Overview

  • ① Time Selector: Supports time filter queries. For details, please refer to the chapter Dashboard Details - Time Selector
  • ② Search Snapshot: Supports saving search conditions as snapshots. For details, please refer to the chapter Query - Search Snapshot
  • ③ Search Save and Settings:
    • Search Save: Supports quickly saving the search conditions of the current page. For details, please refer to the chapter Query - Search Snapshot
    • Settings: A collection of page setting operations
      • Database Fields: Supports viewing tags and metrics in the data table used on the current page
      • Name Default/Full Display: Full or default display of legend names
  • ④ Service Search Box: Supports searching or grouping by Tag. For details, please refer to the chapter Query
  • ⑤ Left Quick Filter: Allows quick data filtering. For details, please refer to the chapter Query - Left Quick Filter
  • ⑥ Area Query: Supports quick switching of query area data
  • Application Tracing Table: Displays call information between services or resources within a certain period, such as client, server, request resource, request type, request domain, etc. For details, please refer to the chapter Table
    • Operation: Click on a list row to enter the right sliding box to view the entire call lifecycle traced from the request. For details, please refer to the chapter Right Sliding Box - Distributed Tracing