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Somjit Nag
@Suedo
So I wanted to understand if Zipkin can work with the message-id that our ecosystem already produces, instead of generating a new one ?
Ghost
@ghost~605bb9c76da0373984771c3a
B3 header question here. If I am packing up multiple traces to send to (in this case) datadog, do I just pick a trace to use for the b3 header or use multiple headers or some third thing?
2 replies
Petr Hybler
@petr-hybler

hello guys, I just have a question ... I have zipkin running together with cassandra as its persistent storage .. the issue I have is that with the external storage I have to recalc dependencies periodically .. it takes a bit over an hour to get that done ....

Is there the same issue with ElasticSearch ??? or is it faster? or do you have any tips how to speed it up??

tuhaihe
@tuhaihe
Hi there, I’m from StreamNative, now working at organizing the Pulsar Virtual Summit NA 2021. I’m trying to get in touch with our Zipkin community and invite as one community partner of Pulsar Summit NA 2021. In the past events, we have lots of successful experiences with different communities. Also, welcome community members to submit talks on Apache Pulsar + Zipkin(https://sessionize.com/pulsar-summit-north-america-2021).
I’m not sure this is the right place to talk about this. So, Looking forward to your reply. Thanks a lot!
1 reply
PapaWhiskey
@papawhiskey93
anyone help me for generating zipkin logs through kafka in c++ application
GesooBhatnagar
@GesooBhatnagar
Hi everyone, I am trying to install zipkin on my server an trying to use Go instrumentation. Is there a step by step guide to help me push the logs ?
4 replies
akash19980
@akash19980
I am using Zipkin with opentelemetry and now I want to use ElasticSearch as a storage for Zipkin. Can Anyone help me here
Fahri YARDIMCI
@ffahri
Hey, i have question regarding the OpenZipkin-Java (Brave) Tracing.currentTracer().currentSpan() usage. It returns lazy span. However when we try to finish that span using currentSpan().finish() it does not report the duration. Is this inteded ? I thought use the trace context in same thread different methods with currentSpan should work.
Denis Mikhaylov
@notxcain
Hi! We've upgraded to Finagle 21.2.0 and Scala 2.13 and now Finagle can't find HttpZipkinTracer even though it's definitely on the classpath. Any ideas why is this happenning? Thank you!
5 replies
Denis Mikhaylov
@notxcain
Hey folks! Any chance this PR get reviewed? openzipkin/zipkin-finagle#97
Iliadis Victor
@IliadisVictor
Hello guys i need info on brave testing techniques any feedback would be greatly appreciated
Parker Aldric Mar
@parker-mar
Hi, I am looking at the limit problem (openzipkin/zipkin#1142) and was wondering if this was solved completely? Thanks!
wmj765
@wmj765
Hi, everyone , how to understand the time gap between client start and server start ? In some of my traces , the time gap is even bigger than 11 seconds but all of requests are intranet communication . [{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","parentId":"74e217d5983efbc5","id":"91d3f96d11d7cb8e","kind":"SERVER","name":"get /api/msgcenter/msg/lastest","timestamp":1618886163861028,"duration":3775,"localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"base-msg-center","ipv4":"10.20.5.160"},"remoteEndpoint":{"ipv4":"123.157.238.102"},"tags":{"http.method":"GET","http.path":"/api/msgcenter/msg/lastest","mvc.controller.class":"ClientAPIController","mvc.controller.method":"getLastestMsgRecord"},"shared":true},{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","parentId":"74e217d5983efbc5","id":"91d3f96d11d7cb8e","kind":"CLIENT","name":"get","timestamp":1618886152337857,"duration":11526274,"localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"lingyue-gateway","ipv4":"10.20.6.52"},"tags":{"http.method":"GET","http.path":"/api/msgcenter/msg/lastest"}},{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","parentId":"74e217d5983efbc5","id":"864bdbd5a06a0515","kind":"SERVER","name":"get /auth/check","timestamp":1618886152333018,"duration":5224,"localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"dmo-user","ipv4":"10.20.7.38"},"remoteEndpoint":{"ipv4":"10.20.6.52","port":33926},"tags":{"http.method":"GET","http.path":"/auth/check","mvc.controller.class":"AuthController","mvc.controller.method":"checkToken"},"shared":true},{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","id":"74e217d5983efbc5","localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"lingyue-gateway","ipv4":"10.20.6.52"},"annotations":[{"timestamp":1618886174659000,"value":"brave.flush"}]},{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","parentId":"74e217d5983efbc5","id":"864bdbd5a06a0515","kind":"CLIENT","name":"get","timestamp":1618886152331773,"duration":5668,"localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"lingyue-gateway","ipv4":"10.20.6.52"},"tags":{"http.method":"GET","http.path":"/auth/check"}},{"traceId":"607e3e086301ffaf74e217d5983efbc5","id":"74e217d5983efbc5","kind":"SERVER","name":"get","timestamp":1618886152322007,"duration":11542205,"localEndpoint":{"serviceName":"lingyue-gateway","ipv4":"10.20.6.52"},"remoteEndpoint":{"ipv4":"123.157.238.102"},"tags":{"http.method":"GET","http.path":"/base-msg-center/api/msgcenter/msg/lastest"}}]
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Chandresh Pancholi
@chandresh-pancholi
Hi, How can i pass additional headers in zipkin-js. We have setup of microservices A --> B --> C. We want to pass header x-user-id from service A to service C. we are using zipkin-js.
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Arun Gopalpuri
@arun0009
How can we make sure new changes to code isn’t breaking “tracing” by running some E2E tests or something? We keep adding new services or making changes to our architecture and later find that tracing is broken :( Wondering how people have solved this problem?
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gxxxh
@gxxxh

Hi all,I have deployed Jaeger on istio to monitor the bookinfo application. Then I want to analyze the trace data of Jaeger. However, I am confused by some span tags, such as, upstream_cluster and peer address. I found the meaning of peer.address from https://github.com/open-telemetry/opentelemetry-specification/blob/main/specification/trace/sdk_exporters/zipkin.md
, It says that peer.address means remote address. I think it means that when a client start a request and a server receive the request, the client's peer.address will be the server and the server's peer address will be the client.

Here is some information I get from one trace with 8 spans.

             spanID                                      operationName          podIP           serviceName               pid   refType   peer.address span.kind
0  0044bea01e572833  productpage.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/pro...  10.244.27.204  istio-ingressgateway                               192.168.0.49    client
1  a2bdd3593ab25d00  productpage.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/pro...  10.244.27.238   productpage.default  0044bea01e572833  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.204    server
2  626e09f9758da789           details.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.238   productpage.default  a2bdd3593ab25d00  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.238    client
3  5a76f143f0e5c301           details.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.247       details.default  626e09f9758da789  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.238    server
4  9c1aaf91ea5e5ce9           reviews.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.238   productpage.default  a2bdd3593ab25d00  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.238    client
5  923db83990a9e7e5           reviews.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.246       reviews.default  9c1aaf91ea5e5ce9  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.238    server
6  8e3dbd4dd0b70f85           ratings.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.246       reviews.default  923db83990a9e7e5  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.246    client
7  f227decb8d8b2c51           ratings.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.217       ratings.default  8e3dbd4dd0b70f85  CHILD_OF  10.244.27.246    server

However, the peer.address seems to be it's parent span's pod id, which is different from what I understand, and I don't know which is right.

Besides, I don't understand the meaning of upstream_cluster and downstream_cluster as below. Why all downstream_cluster is None, and what is the meaning of '9080' and 'inbound' in outstream_cluster?

             spanID                                      operationName          podIP  ...                                   upstream_cluster downstream_cluster span.kind
0  0044bea01e572833  productpage.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/pro...  10.244.27.204  ...  outbound|9080||productpage.default.svc.cluster...                  -    client
1  a2bdd3593ab25d00  productpage.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/pro...  10.244.27.238  ...                                     inbound|9080||                  -    server
2  626e09f9758da789           details.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.238  ...   outbound|9080||details.default.svc.cluster.local                  -    client
3  5a76f143f0e5c301           details.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.247  ...                                     inbound|9080||                  -    server
4  9c1aaf91ea5e5ce9           reviews.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.238  ...   outbound|9080||reviews.default.svc.cluster.local                  -    client
5  923db83990a9e7e5           reviews.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.246  ...                                     inbound|9080||                  -    server
6  8e3dbd4dd0b70f85           ratings.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.246  ...   outbound|9080||ratings.default.svc.cluster.local                  -    client
7  f227decb8d8b2c51           ratings.default.svc.cluster.local:9080/*  10.244.27.217  ...                                     inbound|9080||                  -    server
Denis Mikhaylov
@notxcain
Hi @crispywalrus! 2.2.5 didn't make it to Maven Central https://search.maven.org/search?q=a:zipkin-finagle-http_2.13
Chandresh Pancholi
@chandresh-pancholi
Hi, How can i pass b3-propagation in zipkin-js library with custom header like x-b3-userid?
2 replies
GentleWine
@WineGentle_twitter
how can I start a source code analysis?
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Андрей Калинин
@kalinin81
hi everybody. i need help in jax-rs2. i see example in source READ.ME, but i cant deploy app with 2 errors:
1.Unsatisfied dependencies for type HttpTracing with qualifiers @Default
at injection point [BackedAnnotatedParameter] Parameter 1 of [BackedAnnotatedConstructor] @Inject brave.jaxrs2.TracingClientFilter(HttpTracing)
2.Unsatisfied dependencies for type ContainerParser with qualifiers @Default
at injection point [BackedAnnotatedParameter] Parameter 1 of [BackedAnnotatedConstructor] @Inject brave.jaxrs2.SpanCustomizingContainerFilter(ContainerParser)
How i must define HttpTracing and ContainerParser beans?
Thank you.
i found link in chat, i will try follow this example.
Pano Ka
@pano.smals_gitlab

Hi!

At our company we're going to implement Zipkin. However as database we're obliged to use PostgreSQL. Is there any documentation regarding the database component so that we could write our own implementation?

I checked out the Zipkin source code/javadoc and also looked at the Cassandra and ElasticSearch implementations but some kind of documentation would be very helpful.

Maybe other remarks that we should take into account? Or tips to make this implementation easier?

Thanks in advance for the info!

Kr

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Anit Shrestha Manandhar
@codeanit
I have questions on zipkin-dependencies.
  1. I am running dockerized zipkin with mysql as storage. It also runs zipkin-dependencies looking at docker-compose file. To run MySQL, was it necessary to run zipkin-dependencies?
  2. How can I manually call zipkin-dependencies for aggregration purpose while running as a dependency in 1. Or does it runs automatically when a data is sent to zipkin? Or does run as stated end of the day?
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Nestor
@nnarvaez
Hello, I am trying to make POC with zipkin and I need install in a server, my question is How can I get the Hardware requeriments CPU, RAM, storage for the zipkin server?
Thanks in advance
3 replies
logicatmidod
@logicatmidod
Hi I want to use zipkin but not able to find how can I secure or provide username password screen for the zipkin server any references/help is appreciated
1 reply
smlobo
@smlobo
Hi! I'm relatively new to Zipkin, and I wanted to create a simple protobuf example. I had trouble modifying https://github.com/openzipkin/brave-example to upload spans in the protobuf format.
Golang seemed more protobuf encoder friendly, so I created a small example application along the lines of "brave-example", "zipkin-php-example", & "zipkin-js-example". If anyone is interested or has feedback, the repo is here: https://github.com/smlobo/zipkin-go-example
4 replies
chris vale
@crispywalrus
Hi, the release build for zipkin-finagle is failing with a permissions error here https://github.com/openzipkin/zipkin-finagle/runs/2452473164 . I don’t have access to anything but the repo (no org secrets etc.) could I get someone with admin powers and secrets access fix the repo please. I’m helping out a contributor and need help.
3 replies
Kevin Kuriakose
@Technohacker

I was typing up a question here about how I could include Zipkin as part of my Spring Boot project as a subproject (Gradle) without using EnableZipkinServer, Docker Compose or the self-contained jar since the compose setup has problems with live-reload and cache sharing, while the self contained jar would've been available with Gradle ideally to avoid unnecessary binaries in the repo. I soon answered my own question after thinking it through, so I wanna document it for archival's sake even if it may be almost obvious to someone more experienced:

Treat Zipkin as an external service, and use Docker Compose to describe your external services. This also includes things like databases, messaging servers and cache servers. Use Docker Compose to ready the infrastructure and let your build tool manage your code outside Docker instead. No custom binaries for your external dependencies, no manual cache management, and as an added bonus, single command infrastructure.

I sure would've loved to grok this earlier so I didn't have to spend so many days trying different options. Ah well, sometimes you learn the hard way xD

jatin gupta
@jatininxs11_twitter
Hey all,
I am using zipkin to trace my http calls ( express nodejs ) and struggling to trace the database requests ( mongoose and sequelize ). Is there any solution available for databases in zipkin-js ??
qxk1989
@qxk1989
hi,all,How to speed up the query traces to 1s in the case of 12T data?
Christian Kosmowski
@ckosmowski
Hi! I tried zipkin today and provided several microservices with tracing. It basically works, ziupkin displays spans from each microservice, but they are completely distinct. Zipkin does not make a connection between services. I'm sure i am missing any configuration on how zipkin is able to connect the services.
1 reply
Arun Gopalpuri
@arun0009
What should one annotate on span? Whats the difference between tags and annotate? Any link to documentation to help me understand? Thanks!
3 replies
AlejandroUPC
@AlejandroUPC
Hi everybody, just joined!
I have a question, let's say I have an API and I want to trace all the incomming request and all the internal functions that the API processes, for example I recive a request to an endpoint '/do_foo/' and it calls he function 'do_bar', I would like to have a span in there and I do not manage to make it even using the python decorator @zipkin_span with the same service_name in the function 'do_bar', is it even possible to track internal calls inside a zipkin trace?
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José Carlos Chávez
@jcchavezs
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Suhaib Ahmed
@suhaaiib_twitter

Hello everybody, just joined. I was trying to use Zipkin for a few days in my Ruby on Rails app and I am using::Logger::Formatter.new as the formatter. How do I print the trace id, span id etc in the application logs ?

In my Java App it automatically comes as "[vmsservice,c6b162b6763740b6,93228fedf49d17c2,true]" as part of the log.

Андрей Калинин
@kalinin81
Hi. Is there the “best practice” for “online” switch (without restarting traced module) “on/off” tracing?
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Halil Onur Çeçen
@onurccn
Hi all, I was wondering if it is possible to index tags field with elasticsearch storage. Anyone tried something similar? I'm trying to aggregate tags.http.path field using kibana.
3 replies
haixinke
@haixinke
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hi all, why zipkin server always fgc,and old region 100%
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cpu is very high too
collect from kafka,store in es
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i found if number of data in kafka is very huge,zipkin-server would occur above i mentioned
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koelschkellerkind
@koelschkellerkind
Hi, I'm using Zipkin with Elasticsearch. My Problem is that the Zipkin UI doesn't display all traces. I've generated 1000 traces but only 782 of them are visible. Furthermore, the number of spans for the traces in the UI is incorrect. But if I click on the 'show' button for one trace, the trace is displayed with the correct number of spans. I also checked the /trace endpoint. It's possible to fetch a single trace, but if I want to fetch all 1000 traces, I only get the 782 traces with an incorrect number of spans. Does anyone have an idea how to fix this?
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Naveen Gupta
@naveen-gupta-github
can someone help me set-up zipkin with Cassandra ? I'm quite lost figuring out how to go about it.
koelschkellerkind
@koelschkellerkind
Hi, is there a limit how many traces I can fetch via the /traces endpoint? Because most what I can get is around 3.88 megabytes.
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Manish Sharma
@manishsarswa
I want to trace redis queries using open census and zipkin in golang, can anyone please suggest me any blog ?
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@naveen-gupta-github are you done with cassandra zipkin setup?
Cecilia1523
@Cecilia1523
Hello,I want to use zipkin to monitor the operation of each api in my springboot project, and I need to trigger pageduty when the delay is too high, is it okay? In addition, can the data in zipkin be displayed in Prometheus or Grafana?
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