The MySQL database Monitor allows you to not miss abnormal and hazardous conditions in your MySQL server. Moreover, it will help you troubleshoot many application problems rooted in the any misconfigurations of the database.

We pre-selected the most important metrics out of several hundred available in MySQL database. Our goal was to retrieve vital actionable information, avoiding any overwhelming complexity of MySQL tuning.

Adding a MySQL database monitor

Before proceeding, please ensure that your Anturis Private Agent for Windows/Linux is running.
There are two options of adding MySQL database monitor.
The first option available if you already created a component.
  1. On the Component page, click Add/Remove Monitors > Add Custom Monitor.
  2. Select the Local Resources Monitors tab and Software sub tab view.
  3. Select MySQL Database and click Next.
  4. Select agents (servers) from the list and click Next.
  5. Enter authorization details to MySQL DB, and then click Next.
  6. Select MySQL Metrics and set thresholds.
  7. Enter a Monitor Name and set consecutive measurements.
  8. Click Next.
  9. On the Monitor test result step, click Next when the test is passed.
  10. Click Finish.

To manage your monitor, click View/Edit parameters.

To add a MySQL database monitor via the second option, follow the steps below.
  1. From the Infrastructure view page, click "+" Components.
  2. Select the Server component and click Next.
  3. Enter the MySQL DB authorization details and click Next.
  4. Select MySQL Metrics and set the thresholds.
  5. Click Next.
  6. [Optional] Enter a Monitor Name.
  7. Click Finish.