MySQLAuthor: Outlyer | Version: 1.0.0 | License: MIT | Categories:
MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) based on Structured Query Language (SQL).
This integration will monitor your MySQL database by collecting metrics from MySQL server status.
Once enabled you will get a default MySQL dashboard to help you get started monitoring your key MySQL metrics.
|mysql.threads_connected||Gauge||The number of currently open connections.|
|mysql.threads_running||Gauge||The number of threads that are not sleeping.|
|mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total||Gauge||The total number of pages in the InnoDB Buffer Pool.|
|mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free||Gauge||The number of free pages in the InnoDB Buffer Pool.|
|mysql.table_locks_waited||Counter||The total number of times that a request for a table lock could not be granted immediately and a wait was needed.|
|mysql.bytes_received||Counter||byte/second||The rate of bytes received from all clients.|
|mysql.bytes_sent||Counter||byte/second||The rate of bytes sent to all clients.|
|mysql.connection_errors_accept||Counter||error/second||The rate of errors that occurred during calls to
|mysql.connection_errors_internal||Counter||error/second||The rate of connections refused due to internal errors in the server, such as failure to start a new thread or an out-of-memory condition.|
|mysql.connection_errors_max_connections||Counter||error/second||The rate of connections refused because the server max_connections limit was reached.|
|mysql.connection_errors_peer_address||Counter||error/second||The rate of errors that occurred while searching for connecting client IP addresses.|
|mysql.connection_errors_select||Counter||error/second||The rate of errors that occurred during calls to
|mysql.connection_errors_tcpwrap||Counter||error/second||The rate of connections refused by the libwrap library.|
|mysql.created_tmp_disk_tables||Gauge||table/second||The rate of internal on-disk temporary tables created by the server while executing statements.|
|mysql.created_tmp_files||Gauge||file/second||The rate of temporary files mysqld has created.|
|mysql.com_commit||Counter||query/second||The rate of commits.|
|mysql.com_insert||Counter||query/second||The rate of insert statements.|
|mysql.com_rollback||Counter||query/second||The rate of rollbacks.|
|mysql.com_select||Counter||query/second||The rate of select statements.|
|mysql.com_update||Counter||query/second||The rate of update statements.|
|mysql.com_delete||Counter||query/second||The rate of delete statements.|
|mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests||Counter||read/second||The rate of logical read requests.|
|mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_reads||Counter||read/second||The rate of logical reads that InnoDB could not satisfy from the buffer pool, and had to read directly from disk.|
|mysql.innodb_pages_read||Counter||read/second||The rate of pages read from the InnoDB buffer pool by operations on InnoDB tables.|
|mysql.innodb_pages_written||Counter||write/second||The rate of pages written by operations on InnoDB tables.|
|mysql.innodb_row_lock_time||Counter||The rate of time spent in acquiring row locks for InnoDB tables.|
|mysql.innodb_row_lock_waits||Counter||ops/second||The rate of operations on InnoDB tables had to wait for a row lock.|
|mysql.select_scan||Counter||join/second||The rate of joins that did a full scan of the first table.|
|mysql.slow_queries||Counter||query/second||The rate of queries that have taken more than
|mysql.questions||Counter||query/second||The rate of statements executed by the server.|
This plugin runs
mysql show global status on the command line with some options. By default it will use the user name
root with “mysql” as the password.
To create a new user specifically for this integration with a minimum set of privileges use the following command:
GRANT USAGE ON *.* TO 'outlyer'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
Then configure the
password plugin environment variables to match and run the MySQL plugin against your MySQL instance to start collecting metrics.
Plugin Environment Variables
The MySQL plugin can be customized via environment variables.
|1.0||14-Jun-2018||Initial version of our MySQL monitoring integration.|