The full instance monitoring page gives you an overview of the database monitoring metrics of all instances. The unified monitoring view displays the cross-sectional view of single monitoring metrics of all instances, allowing you to view and detect database exceptions and providing you with a new macro point of view on monitoring information.
Currently, the full instance monitoring feature is supported only for TencentDB for MySQL (excluding the Basic Edition).
Log in to the DBbrain Console and select Full Instance Monitoring on the left sidebar.
The full instance monitoring page displays the database instances in all regions by default. You can filter instances by region in the drop-down list at the top.
You can select the desired monitoring metric in the drop-down search list at the top. All monitoring metrics provided by Cloud Monitor for MySQL are supported.
You can view real-time and historical monitoring information on the full instance monitoring page. In historical monitoring information, the maximum value and its occurrence time of the selected metric in the specified time period will be displayed.
You can fuzzy search for instances by name or private IP.
You can switch between 9-grid view and 36-grid view. You are recommended to use the 36-grid view if you have many instances, as it provides a broader view.
Click the Expand icon on the top-right corner of the target instance to view its information and metric trend details.