Percona Monitoring and Management 1.0.7
December 12, 2016
Stop and remove the
docker stop pmm-server && docker rm pmm-server
pmm-servercontainer with the new version tag:
docker run -d \ -p 80:80 \ --volumes-from pmm-data \ --name pmm-server \ --restart always \ percona/pmm-server:1.0.7
Install new PMM Client version on all hosts that you are monitoring. If you previously installed using Percona repositories, you can upgrade the package as follows:
For Debian-based distributions:
sudo apt-get install --only-upgrade pmm-client
For Red Hat Enterprise Linux derivatives:
sudo yum update pmm-client
(Optional) Remove and add the services running on PMM clients.
There are changes related to authentication and general security that will only be available after you re-add the services. For more information, see the changes mentioned below.
New in PMM Server:
- Grafana 4.0.2
- Prometheus 1.4.1
- Consul 0.7.1
- Orchestrator 2.0.1
- Enabled HTTPS/TLS and basic authentication support on Prometheus targets
- Fixed potential error with too many connections on Query Analytics API
- Added new widgets and graphs to PXC/Galera Graphs dashboard
- Fixed hostgroup filtering for ProxySQL Overview dashboard
- Various fixes to MongoDB dashboards
New in PMM Client:
--bind-addressoption to support running PMM Server and PMM Client on the different networks.
By default, this is the address of PMM Client. When running PMM on different networks, set
--client-addressto remote (public) address and
--bind-addressto local (private) address.
This assumes you configure NAT and port forwarding between those addresses.
show-passwordscommand to display the current HTTP authentication credentials and password of the last created user on MySQL (this is useful for replication setups).
- Fixed slow log rotation for
mysql:queriesservice with MySQL 5.1.
- Exposed PXC/Galera gcache size as a metric.
- Amended output of
systemvservice status if run ad-hoc (requires re-adding the services).
- Added automatic generation of self-signed SSL certificate to protect metric services with HTTPS/TLS by default (requires re-adding services, see
- Enabled basic HTTP authentication for metric services when defined on PMM Server and configured on PMM Client to achieve client-side protection (requires re-adding services, see
- Removed MongoDB connection string from being passed in command-line arguments and hidden password from the process list (requires re-adding the
- Removed network port listening by
percona-qan-agentprocess) as there is no need for it.
- Replaced emojis with terminal colors for output of the
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