To install the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent on Windows, double-click the
version indicates the three-part
version number) installer.
To install the agent as a Windows service, you must do the installation as a privileged user.
On Windows Vista or later, if user account control is on, an operating system dialog box requests confirmation of the installation.
You can install the Monitor Agent in
mode, for example, to do multiple installations. For more
information on this topic, see
Section 5.4, “Unattended Installation”.
To install multiple agents on the same machine, use the
servicename option to the installer to install
each agent with a unique service name. For more information, see
If the installer identifies an existing installation and you do
not specify an alternative service name, the installer stops.
First, select the language for the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent installation. Click OK to continue installation.
Click Next to start the installation process.
Select the installation directory. The default installation
Files\MySQL\Enterprise\Agent. Select the
installation directory, or type the new directory location.
Click Next to continue the installation
Choose one or more operations for this agent to perform:
Enable monitoring a MySQL Server: This is the main operation of monitoring the MySQL server in terms of performance, security and availability.
Enable the MySQL Enterprise Agent Aggregator: It is used for future Connector plugins or user-written methods of transmitting query analyzer data to the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager.
Enable the MySQL Enterprise Agent Proxy Service: To study your query analyzer information by sending your queries through the MySQL Enterprise Agent Proxy Service, switch this option on.
You specify the information about the MySQL server that you want to monitor. Enter the IP address or host name of the host you want to monitor, and the port, user name and password to connect to the MySQL server. To confirm that the MySQL server is currently reachable using the information, ensure that the Validate MySQL host name or IP address checkbox is selected.
Currently, on Windows, the monitor agent only includes
support for connecting to the server to be monitored via
TCP/IP, so you cannot monitor a server running with the
If the MySQL server to be monitored has been started using
the command option
server only listens for connections on the IP address
specified, that is, the IP address of the MySQL server. If
the monitor agent is started using TCP/IP networking and the
default address of 127.0.0.1, it cannot connect to the
server to be monitored. Also, if “localhost” is
specified as the host name during agent configuration, a
connection is not established, as the server listens for
connections on the address specified with the
--bind-address option, not 127.0.0.1.
Click Next to continue the installation.
The installer can create the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent user on the MySQL
server that is required to connect to the server and obtain
statistical information. The installer can create an account
for you, or you can use an existing account. If you want the
installer to create the user, enter the credentials of a user
(such as the
root user) that has the
privileges to create the new user and grant it the privileges
to monitor the server.
The MySQL Enterprise Service Manager that you want to use must be configured during installation. The host name, port and agent authentication information must be entered. If you have already installed MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, you can locate the information in the installation report file created during installation. Enter the required information and then click Next to continue.
Figure 5.5. MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Installing Agent on Windows: MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
To use Query Analyzer with the MySQL Enterprise Agent Aggregator, configure the aggregator port and SSL settings. For more information on Query Analyzer, see Section 2.6, “The Query Analyzer Tab”.
When MySQL Enterprise Agent Aggregator is enabled, the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent listens on a network port for connections from Connector plugins providing query analyzer data, forwarding the query analyzer information to MySQL Enterprise Service Manager. You can change the port number that MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent listens for connections from connectors. You can also configure the aggregator to support SSL connections, in which case you must provide the location of the PEM and CA certificate files to be used for SSL support.
The default port is 14000 for non-SSL communication, and 14443 for SSL communication.
To use Query Analyzer with the MySQL Enterprise Agent Proxy Service, enable the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Proxy service and configure the port and other information. If you disable the Proxy during installation, you must enable it later before you can use Query Analyzer. For more information on Query Analyzer, see Section 2.6, “The Query Analyzer Tab”.
When Proxy is enabled, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent listens on a network port for client applications, and forwards the connections to the backend MySQL server. You can change the port number that MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent listens for connections.
The default port is 6446.
You receive a Configuration Report containing the information that you have entered during the installation. Check the information provided in the report. If the information is correct, click Next to continue. If you see a problem, use Back to go back to the configuration screen and change the information.
You have a final opportunity to change the installation parameters. Click Next to start the installation process.
Once the agent is installed, you get a confirmation message. Click Next to finalize the installation.
You can start the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent automatically now that the installation is complete. To start the agent now, leave the checkbox selected. To start the agent separately, uncheck the checkbox. Click Finish to exit the installation.
Once the Monitor Agent is installed, you must start it. For information on how to start and stop the Agent, see Section 220.127.116.11, “Starting/Stopping the Agent on Windows”.