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Top Five MongoDB Alerts

The 5 alerts 10gen is recommending to use with their MongoDB Management Service:

  • Host Recovering (All, but by definition Secondary)
  • Repl Lag (Secondary)
  • Connections (All mongos, mongod)
  • Lock % (Primary, Secondary)
  • Replica (Primary, Secondary)
  1. It’s great that MMS offers help to their customers with these alerts;
  2. These also represent the top 5 problems you might have with a MongoDB deployment. And alerting is not going to help you fix them. So you better have a well established and rehearsed plan for each.
  3. Or you could use one of those solutions, like this or this, that don’t wake you at night.

Original title and link: Top Five MongoDB Alerts (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.10gen.com/blog/post/five-mms-monitoring-alerts-keep-your-mongodb-deployment-track