I had already disabled prometheus plugin (again, only using for the rbd stats), 
but will also remove the rbd pool from the rbd_support module, as well as 
disable the rbd_support module.

It seems slightly more stable so far, but still not rock solid as it was before.



> On Aug 15, 2019, at 8:10 AM, Mykola Golub <to.my.troc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 12:12:36PM -0500, Reed Dier wrote:
>> My main metrics source is the influx plugin, but I enabled the
>> prometheus plugin to get access to the per-rbd image metrics.  I may
>> disable prometheus and see if that yields better stability, until
>> possibly the influx plugin gets updated to support those metric
>> exports.
> Before disabling the prometheus plugin, could you try just disabling
> per-rbd image metrics (i.e. set rbd_stats_pools param to empty)?
> Per-rbd images stats is a new feature and might be heavy depending on
> your cluster size and image count, so it would be nice to check this
> first.
> I also see you have rbd_support module enabled. It would be good to
> have it temporary disabled during this experiment too.
> -- 
> Mykola Golub

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