The Mizu UI is found after tapping your pods and visiting the
https://localhost:8899 link that Mizu provides. Here, you can view live traffic between pods and see requests, responses, errors, bodies, and headers.
View the live traffic stream on the left side of the window. Select an individual response to view its details on the right.
Mizu Query Language
The Mizu filter syntax field applies filtering to your traffic viewer. For example, to only see HTTP responses starting with the number 4, enter
http and response.status == r"4.*" and select Apply. Your traffic stream will look like this:
You can also query by timestamp, integer, and even queryable UI elements (below). A syntax cheatsheet is available next to the filter syntax field, or you can learn more about the Basenine Filter Language here.
Queryable UI Elements
When you hover over UI elements and they display a green plus sign, it means this element can be added to your query. Selecting an element with the green plus sign will add this element to the Mizu Filter Syntax. Selecting this queryable element...
response.status == 201 to your Mizu filter, and only displays
HTTP 201 responses in the live traffic streaming.
*The filtering functionality is provided through Basenine database server. Please refer to BFL Syntax Reference for more information.
Mizu offers a Service Map that displays your Kubernetes cluster. See Service Map to configure the service map.
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