Full Instance Monitoring

Last updated: 2021-04-09 10:42:46

    The full instance monitoring page gives you an overview of the database monitoring metrics of all instances. Data of single monitoring metrics of all instances is displayed in a horizontal view. You can view and compare monitoring data of all instances on the same page, making it easier to detect database exceptions and view their details.

    Note:

    Currently, full instance monitoring is supported only for TencentDB for MySQL (excluding the basic single-node instance).

    Switching Regions

    1. Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring & Alarm > Intelligent Monitoring on the left sidebar. On the displayed page, select a database type at the top and select the Full Instance Monitoring tab.
    2. On this tab, instances in all regions are displayed by default. You can filter instances by region in the drop-down list at the top.

    Switching Monitoring Metrics

    1. Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring & Alarm > Intelligent Monitoring on the left sidebar. On the displayed page, select a database type at the top and select the Full Instance Monitoring tab.
    2. You can filter and select a metric in the drop-down list at the top. All monitoring metrics of MySQL are supported. The information of the selected monitoring metric is displayed and sorted by metric value on this tab.

    Viewing Real-Time/Historical Monitoring

    1. Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring & Alarm > Intelligent Monitoring on the left sidebar. On the displayed page, select a database type at the top and select the Full Instance Monitoring tab.
    2. On this tab, you can view real-time and historical monitoring information. On the historical monitoring tab, the maximum value and its occurrence time of the selected metric in the specified time period will be displayed.

    Searching Instances

    1. Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring & Alarm > Intelligent Monitoring on the left sidebar. On the displayed page, select a database type at the top and select the Full Instance Monitoring tab.
    2. On this tab, you can perform fuzzy search by instance ID, instance name and private IP to select a MySQL database.

      Note:

      Click the "i" icon on the right in the search box to view the help document for instance search.

    Switching Grid Views

    1. Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring & Alarm > Intelligent Monitoring on the left sidebar. On the displayed page, select a database type at the top and select the Full Instance Monitoring tab.
    2. On this tab, you can switch between 9-grid view and 36-grid view. We recommend that you use the 36-Grid view if you have many instances, as it provides a broader view so that you can view the metric value fluctuation more clearly.

      Click the Expand icon on the top-right corner of the block of an instance to view its information and metric trend details.

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