Jaeger Spark dependencies
This is a Spark job that collects spans from storage, analyze links between services,
and stores them for later presentation in the UI. Note that it is needed for the production deployment.
all-in-one distribution does not need this job.
This job parses all traces on a given day, based on UTC. By default, it processes the current day, but other days can be explicitly specified.
This repository is based on zipkin-dependencies.
Spark job can be run as docker container and also as java executable:
$ docker run --env STORAGE=cassandra --env CASSANDRA_CONTACT_POINTS=host1,host2 jaegertracing/spark-dependencies
--env JAVA_OPTS=-Djavax.net.ssl. to set trust store and other Java properties.
As jar file:
STORAGE=cassandra java -jar jaeager-spark-dependencies.jar
By default, this job parses all traces since midnight UTC. You can parse traces for a different day via an argument in YYYY-mm-dd format, like 2016-07-16 or specify the date via an env property.
# ex to run the job to process yesterday's traces on OS/X $ STORAGE=cassandra java -jar jaeger-spark-dependencies.jar `date -uv-1d +%F` # or on Linux $ STORAGE=cassandra java -jar jaeger-spark-dependencies.jar `date -u -d '1 day ago' +%F`
jaeger-spark-dependencies applies configuration parameters through environment variables.
The following variables are common to all storage layers:
* `SPARK_MASTER`: Spark master to submit the job to; Defaults to `local[*]` * `DATE`: Date in YYYY-mm-dd format. Denotes a day for which dependency links will be created.
Cassandra is used when
* `CASSANDRA_KEYSPACE`: The keyspace to use. Defaults to "jaeger_v1_dc1". * `CASSANDRA_CONTACT_POINTS`: Comma separated list of hosts / ip addresses part of Cassandra cluster. Defaults to localhost * `CASSANDRA_LOCAL_DC`: The local DC to connect to (other nodes will be ignored) * `CASSANDRA_USERNAME` and `CASSANDRA_PASSWORD`: Cassandra authentication. Will throw an exception on startup if authentication fails * `CASSANDRA_USE_SSL`: Requires `javax.net.ssl.trustStore` and `javax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword`, defaults to false. * `CASSANDRA_CLIENT_AUTH_ENABLED`: If set enables client authentication on SSL connections. Requires `javax.net.ssl.keyStore` and `javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword`, defaults to false.
$ STORAGE=cassandra CASSANDRA_CONTACT_POINTS=localhost:9042 java -jar jaeger-spark-dependencies.jar
Elasticsearch is used when
* `ES_NODES`: A comma separated list of elasticsearch hosts advertising http. Defaults to localhost. Add port section if not listening on port 9200. Only one of these hosts needs to be available to fetch the remaining nodes in the cluster. It is recommended to set this to all the master nodes of the cluster. Use url format for SSL. For example, "https://yourhost:8888" * `ES_NODES_WAN_ONLY`: Set to true to only use the values set in ES_HOSTS, for example if your elasticsearch cluster is in Docker. If you're using a cloudprovider such as AWS Elasticsearch, set this to true. Defaults to false * `ES_USERNAME` and `ES_PASSWORD`: Elasticsearch basic authentication. Use when X-Pack security (formerly Shield) is in place. By default no username or password is provided to elasticsearch. * `ES_CLIENT_NODE_ONLY`: Set to true to disable elasticsearch cluster nodes.discovery and enable nodes.client.only. If your elasticsearch cluster's data nodes only listen on loopback ip, set this to true. Defaults to false * `ES_INDEX_PREFIX`: index prefix of Jaeger indices. By default unset.
$ STORAGE=elasticsearch ES_NODES=http://localhost:9200 java -jar jaeger-spark-dependencies.jar
To build the job locally and run tests:
./mvnw clean install # if failed add SPARK_LOCAL_IP=127.0.0.1 docker build -t jaegertracing/spark-dependencies:latest .
In tests it's possible to specify version of Jaeger images by env variable
or system property
jaeger.version. By default tests are using latest images.