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Request: What do you want in a OpenSource MySQL Monitoring solution?
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What would you like to see in a free enterprise-grade monitoring system for your daily MySQL needs?I’m rewriting Monolith - MySQL DBA Console from the ground up. This will be version 2 and I would like to get some input from the global MySQL community.So far I am going with the following; comment with any improvements/additions.

  • Variable interval polling of server statistics
  • Over 50 different alerts (see list below)
  • Graphing of various server statistics (see list below)
  • Tuning recommendations with cnf file changes to apply to server
  • Change control documents for recommended performance/security tuning
  • Threshold based alerting with multiple alert groups: info,warn,critical
  • Sorting/ordering of servers via groups. ie: client -> dev,stage,prod
  • RSS feeds for each alert group
  • XML export with user defined fields for external

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Versioning your schema
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How do you version your database schemas?

There are quite a lot of different options. On some very small / trivial applications developed by just one person, it might be acceptable to use ad-hoc queries (maybe with a GUI) to manage the schema - but this runs the risk of development and production schemas becoming out of sync (or rather, out of sync with their respective versions of code).

Requirements are typically
  • Schema changes are held with the rest of the software in a SCM system
  • Schema changes can be made in one development environment and will be correctly propogated with code to other development and production environments as required
  • Schema changes can be rolled back (if for example, a deployment contains a serious bug)

There doesn't seem to be an easy answer for this one.

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