Percona announces the release of Percona Monitoring and Management 1.1.3 on April 21, 2017.
For installation instructions, see the Deployment Guide.
This release includes several new graphs in dashboards related to InnoDB and MongoDB operation, as well as smaller fixes and improvements.
New in PMM Server
PMM-649: Added the InnoDB Page Splits and InnoDB Page Reorgs graphs to the MySQL InnoDB Metrics Advanced dashboard.
Added the following graphs to the MongoDB ReplSet dashboard:
Oplog Getmore Time
Oplog Processing Time
Oplog Buffered Operations
Oplog Buffer Capacity
Added descriptions for graphs in the following dashboards:
[/LIST]Changes in PMM Client
PMM-491: Improved pmm-admin error messages.
PMM-523: Added the --verbose option for pmm-admin add.
PMM-592: Added the --force option for pmm-admin stop.
PMM-702: Added the db.serverStatus().metrics.repl.executor stats to mongodb_exporter. These new stats will be used for graphs in future releases.
PMM-731: Added real-time checks to pmm-admin check-network output.
The following commands no longer require connection to PMM Server:
pmm-admin start --all
pmm-admin stop --all
pmm-admin restart --all
[/LIST][INDENT]NOTE: If you want to start, stop, or restart a specific service, connection to PMM Server is still required.[/INDENT]
[/LIST]About Percona Monitoring and Management
Percona Monitoring and Management is an open-source platform for managing and monitoring MySQL and MongoDB performance. Percona developed it in collaboration with experts in the field of managed database services, support and consulting.
PMM is a free and open-source solution that you can run in your own environment for maximum security and reliability. It provides thorough time-based analysis for MySQL and MongoDB servers to ensure that your data works as efficiently as possible.
A live demo of PMM is available at pmmdemo.percona.com.
Please provide your feedback and questions on the PMM forum.
If you would like to report a bug or submit a feature request, use the PMM project in JIRA.