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[Feature] in naming console, add filter function by metadata #3917

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horizonzy opened this issue Sep 26, 2020 · 3 comments
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[Feature] in naming console, add filter function by metadata #3917

horizonzy opened this issue Sep 26, 2020 · 3 comments
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@horizonzy horizonzy commented Sep 26, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

in naming console, we want to filter instance by metadata, such as bule/green, it will help us find the instance quickly. and in the future, we can batch operate instance such as enable/disable. this necessary is very useful.

@horizonzy horizonzy changed the title [] [Feature] in naming console, add filter function by metadata Sep 26, 2020
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@horizonzy horizonzy commented Sep 28, 2020

the back-end logic complete. and the front-end need @jzhishu help.

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@KomachiSion KomachiSion commented Oct 12, 2020

It's a big features. For nacos, the metadata is an inner attributes for instance and service, we do not build the index for these.
If we need filter in console, we need looking for all services and instances.

If we have to add this feature, it might add some limitation to use, such as only filter one services.

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@horizonzy horizonzy commented Oct 12, 2020

It's a big features. For nacos, the metadata is an inner attributes for instance and service, we do not build the index for these.
If we need filter in console, we need looking for all services and instances.

If we have to add this feature, it might add some limitation to use, such as only filter one services.

yes. It just filter instances in services, and operration base on instances.

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