Author - Vadim Yalovets

Setup Teams/Users With Limited Access in Percona Monitoring and Management

limit access percona monitoring and managment

From time to time we are asked how to limit users to viewing only some dashboards or servers in Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM). Here are some hints on how to do this.
Let’s imagine you want the following:

Users user1 and user2 are only allowed to see the “CPU Utilization Details” dashboard for server1, server2 […]

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Grafana Plugin Installation in Percona Monitoring and Management 2.x

grafana plugin installation PMM

Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is an open-source platform for monitoring databases and servers, that can be installed in your infrastructure and start collecting metrics from pmm-clients. Data is visualized in Grafana, which is the leading graph and dashboard builder tool. You can even improve it by adding additional third-party panels and plugins. More […]

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Adding PostgreSQL Databases/Tables Size Dashboard to the Percona Monitoring and Management Plugin

PostgreSQL Table Size PMM

This blog post is about how you can gain detailed information in Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM2) of PostgreSQL disk usage. We take a look at using a catalog called pg_class, which catalogs tables and most everything else that has columns or is otherwise similar to a table. This includes indexes, sequences, views, materialized views, […]

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Running PMM1 and PMM2 Clients on the Same Host

Running PMM1 and PMM2 Clients

Want to try out Percona Monitoring and Management 2 (PMM 2) but you’re not ready to turn off your PMM 1 environment?  This blog is for you! Keep in mind that the methods described are not intended to be a long-term migration strategy, but rather, simply a way to deploy a few clients in […]

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Adding PostgreSQL Queries Overview Dashboards to the PMM Plugin

Following on the heels of our PostgreSQL Tuples Statistics Dashboard, here’s another blog post describing how you can gain additional visibility of PostgreSQL queries using PMM. We take a look at using an extension called pg_stat_statements. This allows us to collect information about the various queries running in your PostgreSQL instance. We’ll describe how […]

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