Percona announces the release of Percona Monitoring and Management 1.0.7.
The Percona Monitoring and Management Server (PMM) is distributed through Docker Hub, PMM Client – through tarball or system packages. The instructions for installing or upgrading PMM are available in the documentation.
PMM Server changelog
- Added new widgets and graphs to “PXC/Galera Graphs” dashboard.
- Fixed hostgroup filtering for ProxySQL dashboard.
- Various fixes to MongoDB dashboards.
- Enabled HTTPS/TLS and basic authentication support on Prometheus targets.
- Fixed potential error with too many connections on Query Analytics API.
- Grafana 4.0.2 with an alerting engine.
- Prometheus 1.4.1.
- Consul 0.7.1 with snapshot/restore feature.
- Orchestrator 2.0.1.
PMM Client changelog
- Automatically generate self-signed SSL certificate to protect metric services with HTTPS/TLS by default (requires re-adding services, see “check-network” output).
- Enable HTTP basic auth for metric services when defined on PMM server and configured on a client to achieve client-side protection (requires re-adding services, see “check-network” output).
- Added –bind-address flag to support running PMM server and client on the different networks. By default, this address is the same as client one. When running PMM on different networks, –client-address should be set to remote (public) address and –bind-address to local (private) address. This also assumes you configure NAT and port forwarding between those addresses.
- Added “show-passwords” command to display the current HTTP auth credentials and password of the last created user on MySQL (useful for PMM installation on replication setup).
- Do not pass MongoDB connection string in command-line arguments and hide the password from the process list (requires re-adding mongodb:metrics service).
- Do not listen a network port by mysql:queries service (percona-qan-agent process) as there is no need for it.
- Fixed slow log rotation for mysql:queries service for MySQL 5.1.
- Expose PXC/Galera gcache size as a metric.
- Use terminal color instead of emoji on “check-network” output and also “list” one.
- Amended output of systemv service status if run adhoc (requires re-adding services).
To see a live demo, please visit pmmdemo.percona.com.
We welcome your feedback and questions on our PMM forum.
About Percona Monitoring and Management
Percona Monitoring and Management is an open-source platform for managing and monitoring MySQL and MongoDB performance. It is developed by Percona 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.