Common tap configuration

service.tap.v2alpha.TapConfig

[service.tap.v2alpha.TapConfig proto]

Tap configuration.

{
  "match_config": "{...}",
  "output_config": "{...}"
}
match_config
(service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate, REQUIRED) The match configuration. If the configuration matches the data source being tapped, a tap will occur, with the result written to the configured output.
output_config
(service.tap.v2alpha.OutputConfig, REQUIRED) The tap output configuration. If a match configuration matches a data source being tapped, a tap will occur and the data will be written to the configured output.

service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate

[service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate proto]

Tap match configuration. This is a recursive structure which allows complex nested match configurations to be built using various logical operators.

{
  "or_match": "{...}",
  "and_match": "{...}",
  "not_match": "{...}",
  "any_match": "...",
  "http_request_headers_match": "{...}",
  "http_request_trailers_match": "{...}",
  "http_response_headers_match": "{...}",
  "http_response_trailers_match": "{...}"
}
or_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate.MatchSet) A set that describes a logical OR. If any member of the set matches, the match configuration matches.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

and_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate.MatchSet) A set that describes a logical AND. If all members of the set match, the match configuration matches.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

not_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate) A negation match. The match configuration will match if the negated match condition matches.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

any_match

(bool) The match configuration will always match.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

http_request_headers_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch) HTTP request headers match configuration.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

http_request_trailers_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch) HTTP request trailers match configuration.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

http_response_headers_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch) HTTP response headers match configuration.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

http_response_trailers_match

(service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch) HTTP response trailers match configuration.

Precisely one of or_match, and_match, not_match, any_match, http_request_headers_match, http_request_trailers_match, http_response_headers_match, http_response_trailers_match must be set.

service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate.MatchSet

[service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate.MatchSet proto]

A set of match configurations used for logical operations.

{
  "rules": []
}
rules
(service.tap.v2alpha.MatchPredicate, REQUIRED) The list of rules that make up the set.

service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch

[service.tap.v2alpha.HttpHeadersMatch proto]

HTTP headers match configuration.

{
  "headers": []
}
headers
(route.HeaderMatcher) HTTP headers to match.

service.tap.v2alpha.OutputConfig

[service.tap.v2alpha.OutputConfig proto]

Tap output configuration.

{
  "sinks": [],
  "max_buffered_rx_bytes": "{...}",
  "max_buffered_tx_bytes": "{...}"
}
sinks
(service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink, REQUIRED) Output sinks for tap data. Currently a single sink is allowed in the list. Once multiple sink types are supported this constraint will be relaxed.
max_buffered_rx_bytes
(UInt32Value) For buffered tapping, the maximum amount of received body that will be buffered prior to truncation. If truncation occurs, the truncated field will be set. If not specified, the default is 1KiB.
max_buffered_tx_bytes
(UInt32Value) For buffered tapping, the maximum amount of transmitted body that will be buffered prior to truncation. If truncation occurs, the truncated field will be set. If not specified, the default is 1KiB.

service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink

[service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink proto]

Tap output sink configuration.

{
  "format": "...",
  "streaming_admin": "{...}",
  "file_per_tap": "{...}"
}
format
(service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink.Format) Sink output format.
streaming_admin

(service.tap.v2alpha.StreamingAdminSink) Tap output will be streamed out the POST /tap admin endpoint.

Attention

It is only allowed to specify the streaming admin output sink if the tap is being configured from the POST /tap admin endpoint. Thus, if an extension has been configured to receive tap configuration from some other source (e.g., static file, XDS, etc.) configuring the streaming admin output type will fail.

Precisely one of streaming_admin, file_per_tap must be set.

file_per_tap

(service.tap.v2alpha.FilePerTapSink) Tap output will be written to a file per tap sink.

Precisely one of streaming_admin, file_per_tap must be set.

Enum service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink.Format

[service.tap.v2alpha.OutputSink.Format proto]

Output format. All output is in the form of one or more BufferedTraceWrapper messages. This enumeration indicates how those messages are written. Note that not all sinks support all output formats. See individual sink documentation for more information.

JSON_BODY_AS_BYTES
(DEFAULT) ⁣Each message will be written as JSON. Any body data will be present in the as_bytes field. This means that body data will be base64 encoded as per the proto3 JSON mappings.
JSON_BODY_AS_STRING
⁣Each message will be written as JSON. Any body data will be present in the as_string field. This means that body data will be string encoded as per the proto3 JSON mappings. This format type is useful when it is known that that body is human readable (e.g., JSON over HTTP) and the user wishes to view it directly without being forced to base64 decode the body.
PROTO_BINARY
⁣Binary proto format. Note that binary proto is not self-delimiting. If a sink writes multiple binary messages without any length information the data stream will not be useful. However, for certain sinks that are self-delimiting (e.g., one message per file) this output format makes consumption simpler.
PROTO_TEXT
⁣Text proto format.

service.tap.v2alpha.StreamingAdminSink

[service.tap.v2alpha.StreamingAdminSink proto]

Streaming admin sink configuration.

{}

service.tap.v2alpha.FilePerTapSink

[service.tap.v2alpha.FilePerTapSink proto]

The file per tap sink outputs a discrete file for every tapped stream.

{
  "path_prefix": "..."
}
path_prefix
(string, REQUIRED) Path prefix. The output file will be of the form <path_prefix>_<id>.pb, where <id> is an identifier distinguishing the recorded trace for stream instances (the Envoy connection ID, HTTP stream ID, etc.).