I'm a noob with this stuff so looking for some guidance.
Say I have a GCP cluster that uses preemptible instances, or an AWS cluster that uses spot instances. If I have an Agent policy with the "Google Cloud Platform" or "AWS" integrations pointed at those clusters and gathering metrics/logs, then I end up with an ever-growing list of agents as the "spot" instances come and go.
How do people manage this? I've only been at this for a few days and already 85% of my agents are listed as "offline". Is there some way to purge old agents or is that not desirable? Do I just have to get used to filtering by "healthy" in the UI?
P.S. What's the difference between "offline" and "inactive" in the pull-down?
Thanks Sunile. I hadn't considered that. I don't even know if I really want/should do this anyway.
That said, i stumbled upon the "Unenrollment timeout" setting the other day. This is available under Settings for each Agent policy. Looks like one can automatically unenroll any agent that has been gone for more than a configurable number of seconds. I think this will do what I want. (Whether what I want is a good idea is another question...