monitoring: All content tagged as monitoring in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
Leaving aside that this is a useful tool for both developers and ops people, it is also a very useful tool for 10gen to monitor and understand MongoDB adoption. A hosted monitoring system will provide 10gen with good insights into what kind of workloads and data sizes MongoDB is handling, not to mention details about frequent issues MongoDB users are facing. Last, but not least, with an SLA MMS could become a payed service or 10gen could license it to large MongoDB users that require this data to remain in-house. Smart move.
Original title and link: 10gen’s MongoDB Monitoring Service: Smart Move ( ©myNoSQL)
The guys from Boxed Ice have already published a lot about their experience running MongoDB in production, plus a series of posts advising on MongoDB monitoring. Actually they are offering a hosted service for MongoDB monitoring: Server Density .
If you still don’t have MongoDB monitoring in place—unfortunately Foursquare had to learn what this means the hard way—check this talk from David Mytton.
The video quality is very low and I couldn’t embed it here. ↩
Original title and link: Monitoring MongoDB ( ©myNoSQL)
The BoxedIce guys are continuing their series on Monitoring MongoDB, this time explaining parts of the
db.serverStatus(): connections, index counters, background flushing (nb this is the part where MongoDB can lose your data), and opcounters.
db.serverStatus() is similar in a way to MySQL
SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'Inno%' and
SHOW ENGINE [INNODB] STATUS.
These aside, I assume this whole series is just a preamble for their upcoming MongoDB monitoring service.
Original title and link: MongoDB db.serverStatus() Explained: MongoDB Monitoring (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)