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pt-mongodb-summary

pt-mongodb-summary collects information about a MongoDB cluster. It collects information from several sources to provide an overview of the cluster.

Usage

pt-mongodb-summary [OPTIONS] [HOST[:PORT]]

By default, if you run pt-mongodb-summary without any parameters, it will try to connect to localhost on port 27017. The program collects information about MongoDB instances by running administration commands and formatting the output.

Note

pt-mongodb-summary requires to be run by user with the clusterAdmin or root built-in roles.

Note

pt-mongodb-summary cannot collect statistics from MongoDB instances that require connection via SSL. Support for SSL will be added in the future.

Options

-a, --auth-db
Specifies the database used to establish credentials and privileges with a MongoDB server. By default, the admin database is used.
-f, --output-format
Specifies the report output format. Valid options are: text, json. The default value is text.
-p, --password

Specifies the password to use when connecting to a server with authentication enabled.

Do not add a space between the option and its value: -p<password>.

If you specify the option without any value, pt-mongodb-summary will ask for password interactively.

-u, --user
Specifies the user name for connecting to a server with authentication enabled.

Output Example

# Instances ####################################################################################
ID    Host                         Type                                 ReplSet
  0 localhost:17001                PRIMARY                                r1
  1 localhost:17002                SECONDARY                              r1
  2 localhost:17003                SECONDARY                              r1
  0 localhost:18001                PRIMARY                                r2
  1 localhost:18002                SECONDARY                              r2
  2 localhost:18003                SECONDARY                              r2

# This host
# Mongo Executable #############################################################################
       Path to executable | /home/karl/tmp/MongoDB32Labs/3.0/bin/mongos
# Report On 0 ########################################
                     User | karl
                PID Owner | mongos
                     Time | 2016-10-30 00:18:49 -0300 ART
                 Hostname | karl-HP-ENVY
                  Version | 3.0.11
                 Built On | Linux x86_64
                  Started | 2016-10-30 00:18:49 -0300 ART
                  Datadir | /data/db
             Process Type | mongos

# Running Ops ##################################################################################

Type         Min        Max        Avg
Insert           0          0          0/5s
Query            0          0          0/5s
Update           0          0          0/5s
Delete           0          0          0/5s
GetMore          0          0          0/5s
Command          0         22         16/5s

# Security #####################################################################################
Users 0
Roles 0
Auth  disabled
SSL   disabled


# Oplog ########################################################################################
Oplog Size     18660 Mb
Oplog Used     55 Mb
Oplog Length   0.91 hours
Last Election  2016-10-30 00:18:44 -0300 ART


# Cluster wide #################################################################################
            Databases: 3
          Collections: 17
  Sharded Collections: 1
Unsharded Collections: 16
    Sharded Data Size: 68 GB
  Unsharded Data Size: 0 KB
# Balancer (per day)
              Success: 6
               Failed: 0
               Splits: 0
                Drops: 0

Sections

Output is separated into the following sections:

  • Instances

    This section lists all hosts connected to the current MongoDB instance. For this, pt-mongodb-summary runs the listShards command and then the replSetGetStatus on every instance to collect its ID, type, and replica set.

  • This host

    This section provides an overview of the current MongoDB instance and the underlying OS. For this, pt-mongodb-summary groups information collected from hostInfo, getCmdLineOpts, serverStatus, and the OS process (by process ID).

  • Running Ops

    This section provides minimum, maximum, and average operation counters for insert, query, update, delete, getMore, and command operations. For this, pt-mongodb-summary runs the serverStatus command 5 times at regular intervals (every second).

  • Security

    This section provides information about the security settings. For this, pt-mongodb-summary, parses getCmdLineOpts output and queries the admin.system.users and admin.system.roles collections.

  • Oplog

    This section contains details about the MongoDB operations log (oplog). For this, pt-mongodb-summary collects statistics from the oplog on every host in the cluster, and returns those with the smallest TimeDiffHours value.

  • Cluster wide

    This section provides information about the number of sharded and unsharded databases, collections, and their size. For this, pt-mongodb-summary runs the listDatabases command and then runs collStats for every collection in every database.

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