Capture performance and usage data about your MySQL 5.0+ databases to inform insights and improve troubleshooting.
Key, real-time metrics provide an overview of your databases and detailed measurements about queries, InnoDB, and replication.
Overview: SQL volume, database connections, network traffic, key database optimizations
Queries: SQL commands, internal temp tables, slow queries, query cache usage, select query types, table locks, sort query types
InnoDB metrics: buffer pool page operations, row operations, buffer pool pages breakdown, log writes, file sync, checkpoint age, history list length, internal thread queries, mutexes
Replication: lag, master binary log writes, slave relay log volume, slave I/O thread lag, slave errors
What's new in V2?
This plugin has been upgraded to V2 of the New Relic Platform Java SDK. For version 2 of the Java SDK, we have made several changes to help make the installation experience more uniform for plugins. The changes include:
- 'newrelic.properties' file is now 'newrelic.json'
- Plugin configuration is now done through the 'plugin.json' file
- Logging has been made more robust and easier to use.
- Jar distributables now have a well-defined name (i.e. plugin.jar)
- Configuration files are now located in a well-defined location (i.e. './config' off the root)
More information on these changes (including how to configure logging, license keys, and the plugin itself) can be found here: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/metrics_publish_java. If you have any feedback, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our forums here: https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-sdk.
To use this plugin, you must have:
- a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) of 1.6 or higher
- at least one database to monitor (MySQL 5.0 or higher)
- a New Relic account
New Relic Platform Installer
The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer).
Alternative Installation Options
- Manual Install (Non-Standard)
- Installation via Chef/Puppet
To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github:
Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page:
Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com.
The MySQL plugin extends the power of New Relic's monitoring capabilities.
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