Same with Slack chat.
When use consul as SD, and
includeTag was set
true dtab like
/svc => /#/io.l5d.consul/dc1/prod, so if access a service
prod status, do i need take a tag
A.prod.service.consul? Or don’t need take a tag, just access like
A.service.consul and linkerd automatically reads tag from consul that service with
If you have
includeTag set to
true then names like
/#/io.l5d.consul/dc1/prod/A will resolve to the prod service with the A tag. This is the same set of endpoints that
A.prod.service.consul would resolve to with consul dns.
Sorry Alex, there was a mistake in my comments, it should be A.prod.service.consul ==> prod.A.service.consul,
prod is tag. So, follow your reply, names must like
/#/io.l5d.consul/dc1/prod/A then resolve to
prod.A.service.consul. How do i input tag
prod into a request for service A?
It depends on your dtab. For example if you used a dtab like
/tag => /#/io.l5d.consul/dc1;
/svc => /$/io.buoyant.http.domainToPathPfx/tag;
Then you could specify
A.prod as the hostname which would be given the linkerd service name
/svc/A.prod which the dtab would transform into
Alex, thank you very much.