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Tungsten Clustering contains many tools to monitor your cluster, and today we will look at a new one - the `tungsten_get_status` command, included with Tungsten versions 6.1.19+ and 7.0.2+. This tool was created in response to a customer request for a simple script that could display the status of all nodes cluster-wide for any topology from a single place. The status includes the datasource and replicator layers along with the policy for each cluster.
Prometheus and Grafana are open source tools that can be used for monitoring MySQL clusters. Prometheus can be used to collect metrics from MySQL clusters, and Grafana can be used to visualize the metrics. Starting with Tungsten v7+ and the new Tungsten APIv2, it’s become easy to leverage the best these powerful monitoring tools have to offer.
Tungsten Clustering provides high availability, disaster recovery, and a host of other benefits for MySQL / MariaDB / Percona Server databases. In this blog post we will explore some of the shell aliases I use every day to administer various Tungsten Clusters.
This blog explains why the Tungsten rollback error exists and why it's important.
In this blog post we will discuss how the managed cross-site replication streams work in a Composite Multi-Master Tungsten Cluster for MySQL, MariaDB and Percona Server.
What are some reasons and strategies for performance tuning Tungsten Replicator when applying to a MySQL target database?
This blog covers INI vs Staging configurations for Secure Shell.
In this blog post we will discuss how to best integrate various Continuent-bundled cluster monitoring solutions with PagerDuty (pagerduty.com), a popular alerting service.
One important way to protect your MySQL / MariaDB / Percona Server data is to keep your Tungsten Clustering software up-to-date; but how can you achieve this with zero-downtime?
Learn about the two different methods for installing, updating and upgrading Tungsten Clustering software for MySQL / MariaDB / Percona Server.