Instance Overview

Last updated: 2020-11-16 10:39:45

    The instance overview page displays the summary of your instances. You can view information such as task execution, regional distribution, real-time performance, and health assessment of all connected instances. The instance overview page is customizable.

    Note:

    Currently, instance overview is supported for TencentDB for MySQL (excluding the Basic Edition) and TencentDB for CynosDB (compatible with MySQL).

    Log in to the DBbrain Console, select Instance Overview on the left sidebar, and select a database. You can display the view of all regions or a specific region. You can also view real-time and historical data.

    The navigation bar at the top highlights popular features recommended by DBbrain. You can click Try Now to quickly access the details of the corresponding feature.

    Custom Settings

    DBbrain provides custom settings. Click Custom Settings to enter the instance management page and set the instance to be displayed on the overview page as needed. For more information, please see Instance Management.

    Exception Alarms

    DBbrain's 24/7 exception diagnosis module can detect problems in database instances in real time and provide optimization plans accordingly. This module displays the total number of exception alarms in the last three hours and in the last 24 hours. You can click to access the exception alarm page and view more details.

    Health Rankings

    DBbrain periodically performs health checks on all instances and scores them accordingly. On this page, you can view the health scores (current and historical) of all instances. You can click an instance to access the exception diagnosis page and view more details.

    Monitoring Status Rankings

    The resource consumption rankings of selected monitoring metrics are displayed. You can click an instance to view details about its exception diagnosis.

    • MySQL metrics: CPU, memory, disk utilization, number of slow queries, TPS, QPS, connected threads, and running threads.
    • CynosDB metrics: CPU, memory, disk utilization, number of slow queries, TPS, QPS, connected threads, and running threads.

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