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Nagios graphs

Bob.SauvageBob.Sauvage EntrantInactive User Role Beginner
Hi there,

I've just checked the documentation regarding Percona monitoring plugins. The templates for Cacti are really useful, graphs like InnoDB Buffer Pool & Innodb Insert Buffer could be really interesting for us.

However, I monitor all my services through Nagios and I don't want to have a second tool to graph some metrics. This work can be done via Nagios and the script "pmp-check-mysql-status".... How can I know the MySQL variables to use with the script "pmp-check-mysql-status" in order to create these graphs in Nagios (Graphs found in the documentation - section "Template for Cacti") ?

Thanks,

Bob

Comments

  • 009hnoor009hnoor Entrant Current User Role Beginner
    This work can be done via Nagios and the script "pmp-check-mysql-status"
  • weberweber Advisor Inactive User Role Beginner
    Actually, Nagios is not a good tool to create graphs, it's possible with such plugins like Nagiosgraph etc. but I would recommend having a separate graphing tool if your monitoring is done on Nagios. You still can use Cacti.
    Unlike Zabbix, which has monitoring and graphing capabilities built-in.
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