Tag - Monitoring

Percona Monitoring and Management 2.15 Brings Even MORE Reasons to Upgrade to PMM v2!

Percona Monitoring and Management - 2.15

In November of 2020, we announced that in early 2021 Percona was slated to release a version of Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) v2 that would include all of the critical functionality users of PMM v1 have come to know and love over the years. In our initial blog, we also addressed some of […]

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MySQL Monitoring and Reporting Using the MySQL Shell

Monitoring Using the MySQL Shell

MySQL Shell is the advanced MySQL client, which has many excellent features. In this blog, I am going to explain the MySQL shell commands “\show” and “\watch”. Both commands are very useful to monitor the MySQL process. It provides more insights into the foreground and background threads as well. 
Overview
“\show” and “\watch” are the MySQL […]

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Point-In-Time Recovery in Kubernetes Operator for Percona XtraDB Cluster – Architecture Decisions

Point-In-Time Recovery in Kubernetes Operator

Point-In-Time Recovery (PITR) for MySQL databases is an important feature that is essential and covers common use cases, like a recovery to the latest possible transaction or roll-back the database to a specific date before some bad query was executed. Percona Kubernetes Operator for Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC) added support for PITR in version […]

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Tame Kubernetes Costs with Percona Monitoring and Management and Prometheus Operator

Kubernetes Costs Percona Monitoring and Management

More and more companies are adopting Kubernetes, but after some time they see an unexpected growth around cloud costs. Engineering teams did their part in setting up auto-scalers, but the cloud bill is still growing. Today we are going to see how Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) can help with monitoring Kubernetes and reducing […]

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Request for Comments: Global Processlist in Percona Monitoring and Management

Global Processlist in Percona Monitoring and Management

One piece of feedback I often hear from users of Percona Monitoring and Management  (PMM) is that while the Query Analytics feature is great and provides a lot of insights into queries the server handled, it can’t help us to see which queries are running now.
Problem Statement
Real-time access to queries that are running right […]

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