Container Monitoring 4.0.0

Last updated on 03 April, 2024

Feature Highlights

  • Support for Scheduling Multiple Collector Pods on Single Node

What’s New

Support for Scheduling Multiple Collector Pods on Single Node

You can now schedule multiple collector pods on a single node if the collector replicas are greater than the number of available nodes. If you want to restrict the scheduling of a single pod to a single node, in your configuration file, set the allowMultipleCollectorsOnNode parameter to false.

Support for Providing Affinity Rule for Collector Pod

You can now provide a customized affinity rule for the collector pod. For scheduling a collector pod on any existing node referencing the key “name” with the value “collector”, add the podAffinity parameter in the configuration file as follows: 

            - labelSelector:

For more information, see Assigning Pods to Nodes from Kubernetes documentation. 

LogicModules Releases

New LogicModules 

LogicModule Name Details
(1 DataSources)
New Kubernetes monitoring for API Server.

Updated LogicModules

LogicModule Name Details
(3 DataSources)


Updated Kubernetes_KSM_Watchdog to fix an issue with Kubernetes_KSM_Jobs and clear residue cache files created by Watchdog.
(1 DataSource)
Fixed a cache issue while fetching data.
(1 DataSources)
Updated Kubernetes_Scheduler to remove unwanted alert on datapoint schedulerPodSchedulingAttemptsCount.
(1 PropertySource)
Fixed an issue in the KSM Self Monitor module that was causing the module to reference an incorrect KSM service instance.

Next Steps

For more information on the step-by-step upgrade procedure, see Upgrading LM Container Charts

Note: To upgrade the existing Custom Resource Definition (CRD), run the command

kubectl apply -f