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pmm2-client where is bind-address command?

sh123sh123 ContributorCurrent User Role Novice
Hi I've upgraded from 1.7.1 to 2.2.1. So instead of installing pmm-client, i've installed pmm2-client.
My machine is hosted on AWS so it has 2 network interfaces.

Before in pmm-admin (for pmm-client) I was able to add the private ip address by supplying the --bind-address command e.g.
pmm-admin config --server XXX.XXX.XX.XX:80 --server-password password--bind-address XXX.XX.XX.XXX But for pmm2-client, there is no bind-address command, how can I do this then? Because the linux metrics isn't being sent over to the pmm-server.


  • StaterosStateros Contributor Current User Role Patron
    Hello, as I understand your problem, you can use config help where you will find
    ~# pmm-admin config --help
    usage: pmm-admin config [<flags>] [<node-address>] [<node-type>] [<node-name>]

    node-address - exactly what you need - it's private address of your ec2 instance.
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