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Sensor on Kubernetes

Install on Kubernetes as daemonset


  • Kubernetes version >= v1.18.0
  • Helm v3 installed and working.
  • The Kubernetes cluster API endpoint should be reachable from the machine you are running Helm.
  • kubectl access to the cluster, with cluster-admin permissions.

1. Install levoai helm repo

helm repo add levoai && helm repo update

2. Create levoai namespace and install pcap-sensor

# Replace 'hostname|IP' & 'port' with the values you noted down from the Satellite install
# If Sensor is installed on same cluster as Satellite, use 'http://levoai-satellite:9999'
# Specify below the 'Application Name' chosen earlier.
helm upgrade levoai-pcap-sensor levoai/levoai-pcap-sensor \
--install \
--namespace levoai \
--create-namespace \
--set sensor.config.levoaiOrgId="your Levo Org ID" \
--set sensor.config.satelliteUrl="http(s)://hostname|IP:port"
--set sensor.confg.levoEnv="your application environment (staging, production etc.)"

Set additional configs

sensor.config.traceExportInterval="trace export interval in seconds (default 10)"
sensor.config.rateLimit="rate limit number in traces/min (default 1000)"
sensor.config.fitler="pcap filter string, eg. port 8080 and (not port 8081)"
sensor.config.hostAllow="host allow regex"
sensor.config.pathAllow="path allow regex"
sensor.config.hostExclusions="host exclusion regex"
sensor.config.pathExclusions="path exclusion regex"