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MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary

These terms are commonly used in information about the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product.

A

advisor

A piece of logic that collects specific data from monitored Assets, optionally saves data to be returned for graphing and reporting purposes, and optionally generates Conditions, which are collected into Events. Advisors can be in one or more Categories.

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product comes with a number of standard advisors. Based on your organization's particular needs, you may create or adapt custom advisors.

See Also alarm, collection, custom, notification, rule, schedule, standard.

advisor category

A set of Advisors that are designed to enforce MySQL best practices for that specific category. For example, there are predefined advisor categories such as Administration, Availability, Cluster, Replication and Security.

See Also advisor.

Agent

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor component that actively collects data from a host and its MySQL server instances. The data is transmitted to the Service Manager.

See Also instance, Service Manager.

alarm

A term from MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.x that was replaced with events. Events are handled using event handling, which determines how they act when a potential problem is discovered. For example, an email might be sent.

See Also alert, Critical, event, notification, Warning.

alert

A term from MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.x that was replaced with events. Events are handled using event handling, which determines how they act when a potential problem is discovered. For example, an email might be sent.

See Also advisor, alarm, event, notification, SMTP, Warning.

Apache

The web server that runs the Tomcat servlet container that powers the UI. The MySQL Enterprise Monitor Service Manager installation includes the Apache web server.

See Also Dashboard, Service Manager, Tomcat.

asset

A component that the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product monitors, such as a MySQL server instance, or a CPU or file system within a server machine. Contrast with metric, which is a property within the component that is measured.

See Also instance, metric.

Asset Selector

The Groups shown in the Asset Selector are the ones you create and manage (on the MySQL Instances Dashboard, or during Agent installation) and those that are discovered automatically from monitoring replication topologies. It is on the left side of many UI pages that controls content in the main-body of the page.

See Also asset, Dashboard, graph.

autodiscovery

The mechanism that detects the set of master, slave, and master/slave servers in a replication configuration, and displays the topology in the Server tree.

See Also Asset Selector, master, replication, slave, topology.

B

best practice

Within the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product, a best practice is a specific rule backed up by a metric. When a threshold value is reached, the Service Manager raises an alarm.

See Also alarm, metric, rule, Service Manager, threshold.

blackout period

A function of Event Notification, it is a time period where events do not trigger notifications via the Event Handler, in that information is not reported from a MySQL Server. Typically, this is during a maintenance period when the database might go through an unusual workload that does not require raising any notifications.

See Also Agent, instance, notification.

bottleneck

An aspect or component of a system whose capacity imposes a limit on performance. In MySQL Enterprise Monitor, you identify bottlenecks in areas such as I/O or memory usage using graphs, and use advisors to automatically raise alerts when problems occur.

See Also advisor, alert, graph.

bundled

The bundled MySQL server refers to the MySQL server that can be installed along with the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product, to serve as the repository for the collected data.

See Also repository.

C

C

The C programming language.

canonical query

A synonym for normalized query.

See Also normalized query.

chain replication

In replication, a kind of topology where each server acts as a master/slave server, connected to at most two other servers.

See Also circular replication, master/slave, replication, topology.

circular replication

In a replication configuration, a topology where every server is both a master and a slave, connected to two other servers, forming a ring structure. Forms a ring structure.

See Also replication, ring replication, topology.

collection

A set of related advisors.

See Also advisor.

Connector

A software component (analogous to a driver) that provide connectivity to the MySQL server for client programs. MySQL comes with connectors for several programming languages and frameworks. The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product includes plugins for certain collectors, to help monitor queries sent by application programs and use that data within the Query Analyzer.

See Also Connector/J, Connector/Net, Connector/PHP, query, Query Analyzer.

Connector/J

The Connector for applications written in the Java programming language. It communicates directly with the MySQL server without going through the libmysqlclient shared library.

See Also Connector, Java.

Connector/Net

The Connector for applications written with the .NET programming framework. It communicates directly with the MySQL server without going through the libmysqlclient shared library.

See Also .NET, Connector.

Connector/PHP

The Connector for applications written in the PHP programming language. The mechanism for communicating with the MySQL server may differ depending on the version of PHP involved.

See Also Connector, PHP.

credentials

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product interfaces with many different databases and other kinds of servers. Each of these components can have its own login and security credentials. MySQL Enterprise Monitor pulls performance data from the MySQL servers that you monitor, stores the resulting data in a repository that is also a MySQL server, and sends alerts by communicating through other kinds of servers such as SMTP for e-mail alerts and NMS for SNMP traps. It pulls support-related data from the My Oracle Support site. You view the results in the UI, which is protected by its own login and optionally by LDAP authentication.

See Also Dashboard, LDAP, NMS, repository, SMTP, SNMP.

Critical

A high severity level for alarms. Within a rule, you can designate the threshold values that specify whether an alarm triggers a Critical, Warning, or Informational alert.

See Also advisor, alarm, event, rule, threshold, Warning.

custom

User-created rules and graphs. Contrast with standard.

See Also graph, rule, standard.

D

Dashboard

The Dashboard menu contains several pages (dashboards) for viewing and configuring MySQL Enterprise Monitor. This includes dashboards for the Overview, Replication, and MySQL Instances.

See Also Service Manager, Tomcat, What's New tab.

data collection item

Data values derived from server status variables, operating system status information, and MySQL table information. You can reference these items using mnemonic names in expressions when you create or edit rules.

See Also expression, rule.

E

event

A slightly more comprehensive synonym for alarm Evaluating a rule generates an event. The result of an event can be success if everything is OK. An alarm is raised only if something goes wrong. You monitor events using the Events tab, and by setting Event Handling.

See Also alarm, alert, Critical, notification, Warning.

EXPLAIN plan

A textual report showing the internal mechanisms used by a query, and estimates for the cost, such as amount of data to process, involved in each step. Performance monitoring involves checking whether queries that are slow or frequently run could be sped up or made less resource-intensive, by examining the EXPLAIN plan to check if the MySQL optimizer has chosen the most efficient ways to process indexes, order join clauses, and so on. The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product includes a number of features for visualizing EXPLAIN plans. These features are language-dependent, relying on support in the various Connectors for programming languages and frameworks.

See Also query.

expression

The part of a rule that tests a metric against a threshold value.

See Also alarm, metric, rule, threshold.

F

firewall

Additional considerations apply when the server you are monitoring is separated from the Service Manager by a firewall.

See Also remote, Service Manager, SSL.

full table scan

An aspect of a SELECT query that often indicates a performance or scalability issue. The query scans every row in a table, rather than using an index to look up a subset of rows. It can be a non-issue for small tables that are cached in memory. It can be unavoidable when querying large tables to prepare reports. Performance issues are most likely when the table being scanned is involved in a join operation, when the query is run frequently, or when the result set only references a small fraction of the rows in the table.

To diagnose possible issues due to full table scans, choose a time period of heavy SQL activity from one of the graphs, use the Query Analyzer to locate queries that process large numbers of rows, and examine the explain plan for the queries. The notation in the explain plan that indicates a full table scan is Type=ALL.

See Also EXPLAIN plan, graph, query, Query Analyzer.

G

graph

A visual representation of server activity, resources, or other metrics over time. You monitor graphs using the Graphs tab.

See Also Heat Chart, metric.

H

heartbeat

An implementation detail from MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.x that is no longer present. A heartbeat signal that is sent from an Agent to the Service Manager was defined as the heartbeat, and was present in the connecting URL.

See Also Agent, Service Manager.

Heat Chart

A special chart from MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3 that showed the status of critical rules. This was replaced with the Overview dashboard.

See Also advisor, Dashboard.

host

A computer running one or more instances of MySQL server. Typically each host is monitored by a MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent.

See Also instance, MySQL server.

I

instance

A mysqld daemon running on a MySQL server. There might be multiple instances running on the same server machine. An instance is one of the kinds of asset that the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product can monitor.

The MySQL Instances dashboard manages the instances, and the MySQL Process Discovery advisor discovers local instances on the host that the Agent is installed on.

See Also asset.

instrument

A persisted instance of a run-time metric evaluation. These may store the raw metric data, or the result of an expression or function against a metric. Instruments are generally stored for things that will show in the GUI, such as graph data.

See Also graph, metric.

inventory

Core information about a host or MySQL server instance. This data is collected by the Agent. The inventory includes details such as the MySQL server version number, supported storage engines and replication configuration. The data in the inventory helps to determine what other kinds of data can be collected from the hosts and MySQL servers.

See Also Agent, instance, replication.

J

Java

The MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/J enables any application using the Connector/J JDBC driver to supply query analyzer information directly to MySQL Enterprise Service Manager. Information is sent to the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager for analysis without any need to modify your applications.

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product is also partly built on Java technology, using the Tomcat servlet container for the web-based GUI. It uses a JVM on the machine that runs the Service Manager, its performance is affected by the Tomcat configuration parameters, the Agent is written in Java, and during troubleshooting you might use diagnostic information from the Java environment.

See Also Connector/J, Dashboard, JDBC, plugin, Query Analyzer, Tomcat.

JDBC

The underlying database API used by many Java applications, including the Connector/J component.

See Also Connector/J, Java.

L

LDAP

An authentication mechanism that can control access to the UI. On Linux, Unix, and OS X systems, you might have a separate LDAP server where each user has their own credentials. On Windows systems, the LDAP protocol is used to connect to an Active Directory server for the same authentication purposes. Typically, you map LDAP roles to corresponding MySQL Enterprise Monitor roles, to enable groups of users to have basic or administrative access to the Dashboard without configuring each user individually, or giving them a new user ID and password, or requiring extra work to revoke access when they leave the organization.

See Also credentials, Dashboard, role.

log file

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product manages log files for the Tomcat, repository, and Service Manager components, as well as a configuration report pertaining to the initial installation. You can view each of these configuration files through the UI, or by examining the physical file.

See Also Dashboard, repository, Service Manager, Tomcat.

Lua

A programming language that is used for parts of the Aggregator and Service Manager. Although you do not need to know this language to operate the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product, sometimes you specify options containing file paths related to Lua scripts or libraries.

See Also Agent, Query Analyzer, Service Manager.

M

master

In a replication configuration, a database server that sends updates to a set of slave servers. It typically dedicates most of its resources to write operations, leaving user queries to the slaves. In complex topologies, a server can be both a master and a slave, known as a master/slave.

See Also master/slave, replication, slave, topology.

master/slave

In replication, a server that acts as a slave to receive updates from another server, and also acts as a master to propagate changes to another set of slave servers. Keeps the top-level master from having to service too many slaves, and allows certain kinds of changes to be propagated to a subset of slaves. This topology is represented as a tree, with all the intermediate nodes being master/slave servers.

See Also master, replication, slave, topology, tree.

metric

Any property that is measured using a numeric value. Within MySQL Enterprise Monitor, such measurements can be displayed over time as a graph, or an alert can be sent when a threshold value is reached. Each metric is collected from an asset. For example, how much time is taken by a database query, or how full is the file system on a server machine.

See Also alert, asset, graph, threshold.

mixed replication

In a replication configuration, a kind of topology consisting of different combinations of master, slave, and dual-purpose master/slave servers.

See Also chain replication, circular replication, master, master/slave, replication, slave, topology, tree.

monitor

To view information about the state, health, activity, and history of a resource such as a MySQL server instance. Monitoring can help to diagnose problems, spot worrisome trends before they turn into problems, reassure when systems are operating normally, and notify when an operator needs to take corrective action. With MySQL Enterprise Monitor, the component you interact with during monitoring is the UI.

See Also Dashboard, instance.

My Oracle Support

The web site for filing bugs and service requests with Oracle Support. (Commercial customers such as MySQL Enterprise Monitor users now use the official Oracle support channel rather than the MySQL bug database.) In MySQL Enterprise Monitor, you interact with the support site through the What's New tab.

See Also service request, What's New tab.

MySQL server

The MySQL database instance running on a host computer. More than one MySQL instance can run on the same computer, either as separate mysqld processes or through virtualization.

See Also instance.

N

.NET

A programming framework used by many Windows applications, including the Connector/Net component.

See Also Connector/Net.

NMS

Acronym for Network Management System, a type of monitoring system that is separate from the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product. If your network has this kind of monitoring capability, MySQL Enterprise Monitor can notify the NMS of network issues by translating events into SNMP traps.

See Also event, SNMP.

normalized query

A condensed form of the query text used to treat similar queries as if they were identical, for monitoring performance. When MySQL Enterprise Monitor normalizes queries, it disregards differences in keyword capitalization, whitespace, and most comments. It replaces literal values with placeholders and transforms multi-row insert statements and IN clauses, to group similar statements with different parameters when measuring how much time is consumed by a particular type of query.

See Also canonical query, query.

notification

The e-mail or other form of communication triggered by an alarm. Notifications are defined using Event Handlers.

See Also alarm.

notification group

A collection of users who should receive a notification when advisor alerts occur. These users might have login credentials for the UI, but this is not a requirement.

See Also alert, Dashboard, notification.

P

PHP

A scripting language typically embedded within web pages.

See Also Connector/PHP.

plugin

In the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product, a component that sits between the database and applications that use a particular language-based Connector. It collects query data from both standalone and web-based applications, for MySQL Enterprise Monitor to monitor. For example, there is the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/Net, and the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/J. The mechanism for transferring the data, such as whether the data flows through the Aggregator or the Proxy, depends on the particular connector.

See Also Connector, proxy.

proxy

It can accept queries from user applications, forward them to a MySQL server, and return the query results back to the application. You rearrange the TCP/IP ports so that the application communicates with the proxy instead of the database, either by changing the port where the application communicates with the database, or the port where the database listens.

See Also Agent.

Q

QUAN

An abbreviation for Query Analyzer used in some keyword names.

See Also Query Analyzer.

query

In the MySQL Enterprise Monitor context, any SQL statement whose performance might be monitored. Includes not just SQL SELECT queries, but also DML statements such as INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE, and DDL statements such as CREATE TABLE and TRUNCATE TABLE.

See Also normalized query, slow query log.

Query Analyzer

The MySQL Enterprise Monitor component that tracks data about MySQL queries and summarizes that data using graphs and tables. You interact with it (for example, filtering the displayed queries or selecting a specific time period) using the Query Analyzer tab in the UI.

See Also Dashboard, graph, query.

R

remote

Additional considerations apply when the server you are monitoring is separated from the Service Manager, for example by a wide-area network or by a firewall.

See Also firewall, SSL.

replication

A set of database features that mirrors the same data across a set of servers. Used for reliability in case of server failure, and to speed up queries by dividing the work across servers. Because replication involves so many aspects of reliability and performance, it is an important aspect to monitor and has a dedicated Replication dashboard in the UI.

See Also Dashboard, topology.

repository

The database that stores the monitoring data collected by the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product. It can be a separate database instance that is part of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor installation (the bundled MySQL server), or you can use an existing database of your own. The bundled MySQL server is a level of MySQL database that is fully tested with the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product, and can be kept separate from your other databases to avoid any extra load on them. You might use an existing server that has spare capacity, fast storage devices, tuned configuration parameters, a backup system, or other conveniences that can benefit the MySQL Enterprise Monitor data storage as well.

See Also bundled, instance.

ring replication

See circular replication.

role

A level of access privilege for the UI. One of manager (highest privilege), dba, read-only, or agent (specialized privilege for sending data). Each user account registered with the Dashboard must have one of these roles. Components such as the Agent and the Aggregator use the agent role. To simplify the process of granting credentials for large numbers of users, you can map LDAP roles to these MySQL Enterprise Monitor roles.

See Also Agent, credentials, Dashboard, LDAP.

rule

A test consisting of an expression and one or more threshold values that correspond to different alert levels. When the value of the expression reaches one of the threshold values, an event is generated. Depending on how you configure the rule, the event can result in an alarm, a notification, or both.

See Also advisor, alarm, event, expression, notification, threshold.

S

schedule

Determines how often each advisor is evaluated.

See Also advisor.

scope

A dynamic filter against an asset class.

See Also asset.

Service Manager

The core MySQL Enterprise Monitor component that receives the monitoring data from the Agent, Aggregator, and Query Analyzer components. It displays this information through the GUI web-interface, and manages the Advisors, Events, and Event Handlers, as well as access to Reporting, Graphing, and Query Analysis.

See Also advisor, Agent, alert, Dashboard, Query Analyzer, rule.

service request

Generic term for a bug that you have filed or a support request that you have opened, on the My Oracle Support site. Formerly, we referred to these as support issues.

See Also My Oracle Support, support issue.

severity

A measure of the seriousness of an Event. Event Handling policies can take into account the severity level in determining the appropriate course of Notification action.

See Also alarm, alert, rule.

slave

In a replication configuration, a database server that receives updates from a master server. Typically used to service user queries, to minimize the query load on the master. In complex topologies, a server can be both a master and a slave, known as a master/slave.

See Also master, master/slave, replication, topology.

slow query log

A MySQL Server facility for tracking queries that consume considerable time and resources. MySQL Enterprise Monitor provides more information about query performance than the slow query log, and does not currently use the slow query log itself.

See Also query.

SMTP

The e-mail protocol for sending alerts as e-mail messages. To send alerts this way, you configure e-mail settings similar to those in an e-mail client.

See Also alert.

SNMP

A protocol for sending event notifications (SNMP traps) to an NMS. The MySQL Enterprise Monitor product can turn notifications for selected rules into SNMP traps. In contrast to typical alerts that are only raised when some issue occurs, SNMP traps are broadcast for all state changes, so that corrective action can be cancelled when an issue is cleared.

See Also alert, NMS, notification.

SSL

For MySQL Enterprise Monitor, the default port used for SSL connections is 18443. If you are connecting using SSL, the built-in MySQL Enterprise Monitor certificate is self-signed and may be highlighted as unsafe within the browser on initial connection. To prevent problems accessing the site, add an exception for the certificate to your browser for this server.

standard

The predefined rules and graphs supplied as part of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor product. Contrast with custom.

See Also custom, graph, rule.

support issue

Former term for bugs and service requests. In the My Oracle Support system, now known as a service request, which is the preferred term.

See Also service request.

T

table scan

See full table scan.

threshold

The cutoff value in a rule. When the rule's expression passes this value, an alert is triggered. There can be different threshold values to trigger the different level alerts.

See Also alert, Critical, expression, rule, Warning.

Tomcat

A component of the Service Manager, the servlet engine that powers the UI.

See Also Apache, Dashboard, Java, Service Manager.

topology

In a replication configuration, the way in which the different master, slave, and dual-purpose master/slave servers are connected. In MySQL Enterprise Monitor, the configurations are classified in the Replication Tab as one of TREE, RING, or MIXED.

See Also master, master/slave, replication, slave.

tree

A data structure often used to represent relationships between MySQL servers. In the UI, servers are displayed in the Server Tree sidebar. In a replication configuration, setting up some machines as dual-purpose master/slave servers produces a nesting relationship that is represented in the Server Tree.

See Also Asset Selector, Dashboard, master/slave, replication.

U

UI

The UI is a web-based interface to the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager. The back end is a Java application powered by the Tomcat server.

See Also Dashboard.

UUID

A unique identifier used to distinguish each MySQL instance, host machine, and agent. Because there is so much flexibility in spreading components across multiple systems or running multiple instances and agents on the same system, the combination of these different UUIDs identifies where information came from and the source of any issues. Always generate a new UUID for any one of these components, rather than copying or reusing an existing UUID value.

In MySQL Enterprise Monitor, the UUID for a MySQL server is stored in the table mysql.inventory. When a component such as the Agent or a Connector plugin connects to that MySQL server, the applicable MySQL user must have privileges to read this table.

See Also Agent, instance.

W

Warning

A medium severity level for alarms. Within a rule, you can designate the threshold values that specify for each severity level.

See Also advisor, alarm, alert, Critical, event, notification, rule, threshold.

What's New tab

A page within the UI that provides updates and news related to MySQL Enterprise Monitor and your My Oracle Support account.

See Also Dashboard, My Oracle Support.

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Administration Advisors, Administration Advisors
32-Bit Binary Running on 64-Bit AMD Or Intel System, 32-Bit Binary Running on 64-Bit AMD Or Intel System
Binary Log Debug Information Disabled, Binary Log Debug Information Disabled
Binary Logging Is Limited, Binary Logging Is Limited
Binary Logging Not Enabled, Binary Logging Not Enabled
Binary Logging Not Synchronized To Disk At Each Write, Binary Logging Not Synchronized To Disk At Each Write
Binary Logs Automatically Removed Too Quickly, Binary Logs Automatically Removed Too Quickly
Database May Not Be Portable Due To Identifier Case Sensitivity, Database May Not Be Portable Due To Identifier Case Sensitivity
Event Scheduler Disabled, Event Scheduler Disabled
General Query Log Enabled, General Query Log Enabled
Host Cache Size Not Sufficient, Host Cache Size Not Sufficient
In-Memory Temporary Table Size Limited By Maximum Heap Table Size, In-Memory Temporary Table Size Limited By Maximum Heap Table Size
InnoDB Status Truncation Detected, InnoDB Status Truncation Detected
InnoDB Strict Mode Is Off, InnoDB Strict Mode Is Off
InnoDB Tablespace Cannot Automatically Expand, InnoDB Tablespace Cannot Automatically Expand
InnoDB Transaction Logs Not Sized Correctly, InnoDB Transaction Logs Not Sized Correctly
Multiple Threads Used When Repairing MyISAM Tables, Multiple Threads Used When Repairing MyISAM Tables
MySQL Server No Longer Eligible For Oracle Premier Support, MySQL Server No Longer Eligible For Oracle Premier Support
Next-Key Locking Disabled For InnoDB But Binary Logging Enabled, Next-Key Locking Disabled For InnoDB But Binary Logging Enabled
No Value Set For MyISAM Recover Options, No Value Set For MyISAM Recover Options
Table Cache Set Too Low For Startup, Table Cache Set Too Low For Startup
Time Zone Data Not Loaded, Time Zone Data Not Loaded
Warnings Not Being Logged, Warnings Not Being Logged
--adminpassword option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--adminuser option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
advisor, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
advisor category, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Advisors, GUI-Based Advisor Reference
32-Bit Binary Running on 64-Bit AMD Or Intel System, 32-Bit Binary Running on 64-Bit AMD Or Intel System
Account Has An Overly Broad Host Specifier, MySQL User Account
Account Has Global Privileges, MySQL User Account
Account Has Old Insecure Password Hash, Account Has Old Insecure Password Hash
Account Requires Unavailable Authentication Plug-ins, Account Requires Unavailable Authentication Plug-ins
Agent Health Advisor, Agent Health Advisor
Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed, Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed
AUTO_INCREMENT Field Limit Nearly Reached, AUTO_INCREMENT Field Limit Nearly Reached
Average Statement Execution Time Advisor, Average Statement Execution Time Advisor
Binary Log Checksums Disabled, Binary Log Checksums Disabled
Binary Log Debug Information Disabled, Binary Log Debug Information Disabled
Binary Log File Count Exceeds Specified Limit, Binary Log File Count Exceeds Specified Limit
Binary Log Row Based Images Excessive, Binary Log Row Based Images Excessive
Binary Log Space Exceeds Specified Limit, Binary Log Space Exceeds Specified Limit
Binary Log Usage Exceeding Disk Cache Memory Limits, Binary Log Usage Exceeding Disk Cache Memory Limits
Binary Logging Is Limited, Binary Logging Is Limited
Binary Logging Not Enabled, Binary Logging Not Enabled
Binary Logging Not Synchronized To Disk At Each Write, Binary Logging Not Synchronized To Disk At Each Write
Binary Logs Automatically Removed Too Quickly, Binary Logs Automatically Removed Too Quickly
Cluster Data Node Data Memory Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Data Memory Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Has Been Restarted, Cluster Data Node Has Been Restarted
Cluster Data Node Index Memory Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Index Memory Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Redo Buffer Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Redo Buffer Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Redo Log Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Redo Log Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Undo Buffer Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Undo Buffer Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Undo Log Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Undo Log Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Nodes Not Running, Cluster Data Nodes Not Running
Cluster DiskPageBuffer Hit Ratio Is Low, Cluster DiskPageBuffer Hit Ratio Is Low
Cluster Has Stopped, Cluster Has Stopped
CPU Utilization Advisor, CPU Utilization Advisor
Database May Not Be Portable Due To Identifier Case Sensitivity, Database May Not Be Portable Due To Identifier Case Sensitivity
Database-level Privileges on All Databases, MySQL User Account
Duplicate Host Identity, Duplicate Host Identity
Duplicate MySQL Server UUID, Duplicate MySQL Server UUID
Event Scheduler Disabled, Event Scheduler Disabled
Excessive Disk Temporary Table Usage Detected, Excessive Disk Temporary Table Usage Detected
Excessive Number of Locked Processes, Excessive Number of Locked Processes
Excessive Number of Long Running Processes, Excessive Number of Long Running Processes
Excessive Number of Long Running Processes Locked, Excessive Number of Long Running Processes Locked
Excessive Percentage Of Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed, Excessive Percentage Of Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed
Filesystem Free Space Advisor, Filesystem Free Space Advisor
Flush Time Set To Non-Zero Value, Flush Time Set To Non-Zero Value
General Query Log Enabled, General Query Log Enabled
Group Replication, Group Replication Advisors
Group Replication Configuration, Group Replication Configuration Advisor
Group Replication Status, Group Replication Status Advisor
Host Cache Size Not Sufficient, Host Cache Size Not Sufficient
HTTP Server Performance, HTTP Server Performance
In-Memory Temporary Table Size Limited By Maximum Heap Table Size, In-Memory Temporary Table Size Limited By Maximum Heap Table Size
Indexes Not Being Used Efficiently, Indexes Not Being Used Efficiently
InnoDB Buffer Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate, InnoDB Buffer Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate
InnoDB Buffer Pool Writes May Be Performance Bottleneck, InnoDB Buffer Pool Writes May Be Performance Bottleneck
InnoDB Flush Method May Not Be Optimal, InnoDB Flush Method May Not Be Optimal
InnoDB Log Buffer Flushed To Disk After Each Transaction, InnoDB Log Buffer Flushed To Disk After Each Transaction
InnoDB Log Waits May Be Performance Bottleneck, InnoDB Log Waits May Be Performance Bottleneck
InnoDB Not Using Newest File Format, InnoDB Not Using Newest File Format
InnoDB Status Truncation Detected, InnoDB Status Truncation Detected
InnoDB Strict Mode Is Off, InnoDB Strict Mode Is Off
InnoDB Tablespace Cannot Automatically Expand, InnoDB Tablespace Cannot Automatically Expand
InnoDB Transaction Logs Not Sized Correctly, InnoDB Transaction Logs Not Sized Correctly
Insecure Password Authentication Option Is Enabled, Insecure Password Authentication Option Is Enabled
Insecure Password Generation Option Is Enabled, Insecure Password Generation Option Is Enabled
Key Buffer Size May Not Be Optimal For Key Cache, Key Buffer Size May Not Be Optimal For Key Cache
LOCAL Option Of LOAD DATA Statement Is Enabled, LOCAL Option Of LOAD DATA Statement Is Enabled
Master Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Binary Log, Master Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Binary Log
Maximum Connection Limit Nearing Or Reached, Maximum Connection Limit Nearing Or Reached
Multiple Threads Used When Repairing MyISAM Tables, Multiple Threads Used When Repairing MyISAM Tables
MyISAM Concurrent Insert Setting May Not Be Optimal, MyISAM Concurrent Insert Setting May Not Be Optimal
MyISAM Indexes Found with No Statistics, MyISAM Indexes Found with No Statistics
MySQL Agent Memory Usage Excessive, MySQL Agent Memory Usage Excessive
MySQL Agent Not Reachable, MySQL Agent Not Reachable
MySQL Availability, MySQL Availability
MySQL Enterprise Backup Health Advisor, MySQL Enterprise Backup Health Advisor
MySQL Process Discovery Advisor, MySQL Process Discovery Advisor
MySQL Server Has Been Restarted, MySQL Server Has Been Restarted
MySQL Server No Longer Eligible For Oracle Premier Support, MySQL Server No Longer Eligible For Oracle Premier Support
MySQL User Account, MySQL User Account
Next-Key Locking Disabled For InnoDB But Binary Logging Enabled, Next-Key Locking Disabled For InnoDB But Binary Logging Enabled
No Value Set For MyISAM Recover Options, No Value Set For MyISAM Recover Options
Object Changed: Database Has Been Altered, Object Changed: Database Has Been Altered
Object Changed: Database Has Been Created, Object Changed: Database Has Been Created
Object Changed: Database Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Database Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Function Has Been Created, Object Changed: Function Has Been Created
Object Changed: Function Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Function Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Index Has Been Created, Object Changed: Index Has Been Created
Object Changed: Index Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Index Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Table Has Been Altered, Object Changed: Table Has Been Altered
Object Changed: Table Has Been Created, Object Changed: Table Has Been Created
Object Changed: Table Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Table Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: User Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: User Has Been Dropped
Object Changes Detected, Object Changes Detected
Policy-Based Password Validation Does Not Perform Dictionary Checks, Policy-Based Password Validation Does Not Perform Dictionary Checks
Policy-Based Password Validation Is Weak, Policy-Based Password Validation Is Weak
Policy-Based Password Validation Not Enabled, Policy-Based Password Validation Not Enabled
Prepared Statements Not Being Closed, Prepared Statements Not Being Closed
Prepared Statements Not Being Used Effectively, Prepared Statements Not Being Used Effectively
Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Granted, Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Granted
Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Revoked, Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Revoked
Privilege Alterations Have Been Detected, Privilege Alterations Have Been Detected
Query Analysis Reporting, Query Analysis Reporting
Query Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate, Query Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate
Query Cache Is Excessively Fragmented, Query Cache Is Excessively Fragmented
Query Cache Potentially Undersized, Query Cache Potentially Undersized
Query Pileup Advisor, Query Pileup Advisor, Query Analysis Reporting
Replica Execution Position Too Far Behind, Replica Execution Position Too Far Behind
Replication Configuration Advisor, Replication Configuration Advisor
Replication Status Advisor, Replication Status Advisor
Replication Too Far Behind, Replication Too Far Behind
Root Account Can Login Remotely, Root Account Can Login Remotely
Root Account Without Password, Root Account Without Password
Server Contains Default "test" Database, Server Contains Default "test" Database
Server Has Accounts Without A Password, Server Has Accounts Without A Password
Server Has Anonymous Accounts, Server Has Anonymous Accounts
Server Has No Locally Authenticated Root User, Server Has No Locally Authenticated Root User
Server Includes A Root User Account, Server Includes A Root User Account
Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Disabled, Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Disabled
Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Not Strict, Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Not Strict
SHA-256 Password Authentication Not Enabled, SHA-256 Password Authentication Not Enabled
Slave Detection Of Network Outages Too High, Slave Detection Of Network Outages Too High
Slave Has Login Accounts With Inappropriate Privileges, Slave Has Login Accounts With Inappropriate Privileges
Slave Not Configured As Read Only, Slave Not Configured As Read Only
Slave Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Relay Log, Slave Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Relay Log
Slave Relay Log Space Is Very Large, Relay Log Space Is Very Large, Slave Relay Logs Not Automatically Purged
Slave SQL Processing Not Multi-Threaded, Slave SQL Processing Not Multi-Threaded
Slave Without REPLICATION SLAVE Accounts, Slave Without REPLICATION SLAVE Accounts
SQL Statement Generates Warnings or Errors, SQL Statement Generates Warnings or Errors
Support Diagnostics, Support Diagnostics
Symlinks Are Enabled, Symlinks Are Enabled
sys Schema Install Advisor, sys Schema Install Advisor
Table Cache Not Optimal, Table Cache Not Optimal
Table Cache Set Too Low For Startup, Table Cache Set Too Low For Startup
Table Lock Contention Excessive, Table Lock Contention Excessive
Tables Found with No Primary or Unique Keys, Tables Found with No Primary or Unique Keys
Thread Cache Not Enabled, Thread Cache Not Enabled
Thread Cache Size May Not Be Optimal, Thread Cache Size May Not Be Optimal
Thread Pool Stall Limit Too Low, Thread Pool Stall Limit Too Low
Thread Pooling Not Enabled, Thread Pooling Not Enabled
Time Zone Data Not Loaded, Time Zone Data Not Loaded
Too Many Concurrent Queries Running, Too Many Concurrent Queries Running
Unsupported Agent Version, Unsupported Agent Version Advisor
User Has Rights To Database That Does Not Exist, User Has Rights To Database That Does Not Exist
User Has Rights To Table That Does Not Exist, User Has Rights To Table That Does Not Exist
Users Can View All Databases On MySQL Server, Users Can View All Databases On MySQL Server
Warnings Not Being Logged, Warnings Not Being Logged
advisors
creating, Creating Advisors and Rules, Creating a New Advisor: An Example
agent
installation, Monitor Agent Installation
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting the Agent
Agent, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Agent Advisors, Agent Advisors
Agent Health Advisor, Agent Health Advisor
MySQL Agent Memory Usage Excessive, MySQL Agent Memory Usage Excessive
MySQL Agent Not Reachable, MySQL Agent Not Reachable
--agent_autocreate option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--agent_installtype option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--agentpassword option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--agentservicename option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--agentuser option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
Aggregator
PHP connector, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/PHP
alarm, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
alert, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Apache, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Apple OS X, Starting/Stopping the Agent on Mac OS X, Mac OS Platforms, Log Files for the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager
architecture, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Introduction and Architecture
asset, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Asset Selector, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
autodiscovery, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Availability Advisors, Availability Advisors
Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed, Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed
Excessive Percentage Of Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed, Excessive Percentage Of Attempted Connections To The Server Have Failed
Maximum Connection Limit Nearing Or Reached, Maximum Connection Limit Nearing Or Reached
MySQL Availability, MySQL Availability
MySQL Server Has Been Restarted, MySQL Server Has Been Restarted

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backup
restore, Restoring from Backup
Backup Advisors
MySQL Enterprise Backup Health Advisor, MySQL Enterprise Backup Health Advisor
Backup Dashboard
Backup Details, Backup Details
filter, Overview Filter
Group Overview, Backup Overview
History, Backup History
Instance Overview, Backup Overview
Backup Details
Backup Command, Backup Command
Backup Configuration, Backup Configuration
Backup Status, Backup Status
InnoDB Configuration, InnoDB Configuration
Progress Log, Progress Log
--backupdir option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
best practice, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
blackout period, Event Notification Blackout Periods, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
bottleneck, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
browsers, Supported Browsers
bundled, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary

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C, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
canonical query, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
chain replication, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
--checkmysqlhost option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
circular replication, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Cluster Advisors, Cluster Advisors
Cluster Data Node Data Memory Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Data Memory Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Has Been Restarted, Cluster Data Node Has Been Restarted
Cluster Data Node Index Memory Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Index Memory Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Redo Buffer Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Redo Buffer Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Redo Log Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Redo Log Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Undo Buffer Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Undo Buffer Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Node Undo Log Space Getting Low, Cluster Data Node Undo Log Space Getting Low
Cluster Data Nodes Not Running, Cluster Data Nodes Not Running
Cluster DiskPageBuffer Hit Ratio Is Low, Cluster DiskPageBuffer Hit Ratio Is Low
Cluster Has Stopped, Cluster Has Stopped
collection, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
config.properties file, The config.properties file
configuration files, Log Files for the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager
configuration utilities
agent, Agent Configuration Utility
agent.bat, Agent Configuration Utility
agent.sh, Agent Configuration Utility
config.bat, Configuration Utilities
config.sh, Configuration Utilities
service manager, Configuration Utilities
Connector, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Connector/J, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/J, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Connector/Net, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/Net, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Connector/PHP, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
--createBackup option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--createDataBackup option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
credentials, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Critical, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
custom, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
custom data collection
customizing advisors, Custom Data Collection

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Dashboard, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
data collection item, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
data_collection_interval option, Usage
--dbhost option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--dbname option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
dbpool.default.initialSize option, Usage
dbpool.default.maxActive option, Usage
dbpool.default.maxIdle option, Usage
dbpool.default.maxWaitMillis option, Usage
dbpool.default.minEvictableIdleTimeMillis option, Usage
dbpool.default.minIdle option, Usage
dbpool.default.timeBetweenEvictionRunsMillis option, Usage
dbpool.ui.initialSize option, Usage
dbpool.ui.maxActive option, Usage
dbpool.ui.maxIdle option, Usage
dbpool.ui.maxWaitMillis option, Usage
dbpool.ui.minEvictableIdleTimeMillis option, Usage
dbpool.ui.minIdle option, Usage
dbpool.ui.timeBetweenEvictionRunsMillis option, Usage
--dbport option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--debuglevel option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--debugtrace option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
diagnostic report, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Support
Diagnostics Report, Diagnostics Report

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gear menu
Global Settings, Global Settings (Gear)
--generalpassword option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--generaluser option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
Global Settings
gear menu, Global Settings (Gear)
graph, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
graphs
creating, Creating Advisors and Rules, Creating a New Graph: An Example
Group Replication Advisors
Group Replication Configuration, Group Replication Configuration Advisor
Group Replication Status, Group Replication Status Advisor

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--ignore-old-proxy-aggr option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage Report, InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage
installation
agent, Monitor Agent Installation
backup, Restoring from Backup
post-install tasks, Post-installation Considerations
service manager, Service Manager Installation
unattended, Unattended Installation
uninstalling, Uninstalling MySQL Enterprise Monitor
--installdir option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--installer option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--installer-language option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
instance, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Instance Status
Status Summary, Status Summary
instrument, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
internal_perf_enable option, Usage
internal_perf_server_id option, Usage
inventory, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary

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Mac OS X, Starting/Stopping the Agent on Mac OS X, Mac OS Platforms, Log Files for the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager
--managerhost option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--managerport option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
master, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
master/slave, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Memory Usage Advisors, Memory Usage Advisors
InnoDB Buffer Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate, InnoDB Buffer Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate
Key Buffer Size May Not Be Optimal For Key Cache, Key Buffer Size May Not Be Optimal For Key Cache
Query Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate, Query Cache Has Sub-Optimal Hit Rate
Query Cache Potentially Undersized, Query Cache Potentially Undersized
Table Cache Not Optimal, Table Cache Not Optimal
Thread Cache Size May Not Be Optimal, Thread Cache Size May Not Be Optimal
metric, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
MIB file, The Management Information Base (MIB) File
mixed replication, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
--mode option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
monitor, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
installation, Service Manager Installation
Monitoring and Support Advisors
sys Schema Install Advisor, sys Schema Install Advisor
Monitoring and Support Services Advisors, Monitoring and Support Services Advisors
Duplicate Host Identity, Duplicate Host Identity
Duplicate MySQL Server UUID, Duplicate MySQL Server UUID
HTTP Server Performance, HTTP Server Performance
MySQL Process Discovery Advisor, MySQL Process Discovery Advisor
Support Diagnostics, Support Diagnostics
Unsupported Agent Version, Unsupported Agent Version Advisor
My Oracle Support, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
MySQL Server
installation, Service Manager Installation
MySQL server, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
mysql-monitor-agent.log file, Agent Log Files
--mysqlconnectiongroup option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysqlconnmethod option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
mysqlenterprise.* options, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/PHP, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/J
--mysqlhost option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysql-identity-source option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--mysqlpassword option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysqlport option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysqlsocket option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysqluser option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
--mysql_installation_type option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options

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Performance Advisors, Performance Advisors
Binary Log Usage Exceeding Disk Cache Memory Limits, Binary Log Usage Exceeding Disk Cache Memory Limits
Excessive Disk Temporary Table Usage Detected, Excessive Disk Temporary Table Usage Detected
Excessive Number of Locked Processes, Excessive Number of Locked Processes
Excessive Number of Long Running Processes, Excessive Number of Long Running Processes
Excessive Number of Long Running Processes Locked, Excessive Number of Long Running Processes Locked
Flush Time Set To Non-Zero Value, Flush Time Set To Non-Zero Value
Indexes Not Being Used Efficiently, Indexes Not Being Used Efficiently
InnoDB Buffer Pool Writes May Be Performance Bottleneck, InnoDB Buffer Pool Writes May Be Performance Bottleneck
InnoDB Flush Method May Not Be Optimal, InnoDB Flush Method May Not Be Optimal
InnoDB Log Buffer Flushed To Disk After Each Transaction, InnoDB Log Buffer Flushed To Disk After Each Transaction
InnoDB Log Waits May Be Performance Bottleneck, InnoDB Log Waits May Be Performance Bottleneck
InnoDB Not Using Newest File Format, InnoDB Not Using Newest File Format
MyISAM Concurrent Insert Setting May Not Be Optimal, MyISAM Concurrent Insert Setting May Not Be Optimal
Prepared Statements Not Being Closed, Prepared Statements Not Being Closed
Prepared Statements Not Being Used Effectively, Prepared Statements Not Being Used Effectively
Query Cache Is Excessively Fragmented, Query Cache Is Excessively Fragmented
Table Lock Contention Excessive, Table Lock Contention Excessive
Thread Cache Not Enabled, Thread Cache Not Enabled
Thread Pool Stall Limit Too Low, Thread Pool Stall Limit Too Low
Thread Pooling Not Enabled, Thread Pooling Not Enabled
Too Many Concurrent Queries Running, Too Many Concurrent Queries Running
performance schema, Using the MySQL Performance Schema
performance tuning, Performance Tuning MySQL Enterprise Monitor
PHP, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
PHP connector plugin
Aggregator, Using the MySQL Enterprise Plugin for Connector/PHP
plugin, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
ports
MySQL server for monitoring, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
MySQL server for repository, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
service manager, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
Tomcat, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
Tomcat SSL, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
post-install tasks, Post-installation Considerations
proxy, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary

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remote, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Replication, Replication Dashboard
replication, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Replication Advisors, Replication Advisors
Binary Log Checksums Disabled, Binary Log Checksums Disabled
Binary Log File Count Exceeds Specified Limit, Binary Log File Count Exceeds Specified Limit
Binary Log Row Based Images Excessive, Binary Log Row Based Images Excessive
Binary Log Space Exceeds Specified Limit, Binary Log Space Exceeds Specified Limit
Master Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Binary Log, Master Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Binary Log
Replica Execution Position Too Far Behind, Replica Execution Position Too Far Behind
Replication Configuration Advisor, Replication Configuration Advisor
Replication Status Advisor, Replication Status Advisor
Replication Too Far Behind, Replication Too Far Behind
Slave Detection Of Network Outages Too High, Slave Detection Of Network Outages Too High
Slave Has Login Accounts With Inappropriate Privileges, Slave Has Login Accounts With Inappropriate Privileges
Slave Not Configured As Read Only, Slave Not Configured As Read Only
Slave Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Relay Log, Slave Not Verifying Checksums When Reading From Relay Log
Slave Relay Log Space Is Very Large, Relay Log Space Is Very Large, Slave Relay Logs Not Automatically Purged
Slave SQL Processing Not Multi-Threaded, Slave SQL Processing Not Multi-Threaded
Slave Without REPLICATION SLAVE Accounts, Slave Without REPLICATION SLAVE Accounts
Reports and Graphs, Reports and Graphs
repository, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
database name, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
--restartImmediately option, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Options
restore
backup, Restoring from Backup
restoring
backup, Restoring from Backup
role, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
rule, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
rules
blackout periods, Event Notification Blackout Periods
creating, Creating Advisors and Rules
variable substitution, Variables

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schedule, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Schema Advisors, Schema Advisors
AUTO_INCREMENT Field Limit Nearly Reached, AUTO_INCREMENT Field Limit Nearly Reached
MyISAM Indexes Found with No Statistics, MyISAM Indexes Found with No Statistics
Object Changed: Database Has Been Altered, Object Changed: Database Has Been Altered
Object Changed: Database Has Been Created, Object Changed: Database Has Been Created
Object Changed: Database Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Database Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Function Has Been Created, Object Changed: Function Has Been Created
Object Changed: Function Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Function Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Index Has Been Created, Object Changed: Index Has Been Created
Object Changed: Index Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Index Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: Table Has Been Altered, Object Changed: Table Has Been Altered
Object Changed: Table Has Been Created, Object Changed: Table Has Been Created
Object Changed: Table Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: Table Has Been Dropped
Object Changed: User Has Been Dropped, Object Changed: User Has Been Dropped
Object Changes Detected, Object Changes Detected
Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Disabled, Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Disabled
Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Not Strict, Server-Enforced Data Integrity Checking Not Strict
Tables Found with No Primary or Unique Keys, Tables Found with No Primary or Unique Keys
scope, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
Security Advisors, Security Advisors, Security Advisors
Account Has Old Insecure Password Hash, Account Has Old Insecure Password Hash
Account Requires Unavailable Authentication Plug-ins, Account Requires Unavailable Authentication Plug-ins
Insecure Password Authentication Option Is Enabled, Insecure Password Authentication Option Is Enabled
Insecure Password Generation Option Is Enabled, Insecure Password Generation Option Is Enabled
LOCAL Option Of LOAD DATA Statement Is Enabled, LOCAL Option Of LOAD DATA Statement Is Enabled
MySQL Enterprise Audit Plugin, MySQL Enterprise Audit Plugin
MySQL User Account, MySQL User Account
Policy-Based Password Validation Does Not Perform Dictionary Checks, Policy-Based Password Validation Does Not Perform Dictionary Checks
Policy-Based Password Validation Is Weak, Policy-Based Password Validation Is Weak
Policy-Based Password Validation Not Enabled, Policy-Based Password Validation Not Enabled
Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Granted, Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Granted
Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Revoked, Privilege Alterations Detected: Privileges Revoked
Privilege Alterations Have Been Detected, Privilege Alterations Have Been Detected
Root Account Can Login Remotely, Root Account Can Login Remotely
Root Account Without Password, Root Account Without Password
Server Contains Default "test" Database, Server Contains Default "test" Database
Server Has Accounts Without A Password, Server Has Accounts Without A Password
Server Has Anonymous Accounts, Server Has Anonymous Accounts
Server Has No Locally Authenticated Root User, Server Has No Locally Authenticated Root User
Server Includes A Root User Account, Server Includes A Root User Account
SHA-256 Password Authentication Not Enabled, SHA-256 Password Authentication Not Enabled
Symlinks Are Enabled, Symlinks Are Enabled
User Has Rights To Database That Does Not Exist, User Has Rights To Database That Does Not Exist
User Has Rights To Table That Does Not Exist, User Has Rights To Table That Does Not Exist
Users Can View All Databases On MySQL Server, Users Can View All Databases On MySQL Server
service manager
database name, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options
installation, Service Manager Installation
Service Manager, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
service request, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
services
starting and stopping, Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Services
severity, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
slave, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
slow query log, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
SMTP, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
SNMP, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
SNMP traps, The Management Information Base (MIB) File
sql_mode, sql_mode
SSH tunneling, Monitoring Outside the Firewall with an SSH Tunnel
SSL, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
standard, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
starting
MySQL Enterprise Monitor service, Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Services on Windows
MySQL Enterprise Monitor services, Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Services
Status Summary
Instance Status, Status Summary
stopping
MySQL Enterprise Monitor service, Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Services on Windows
MySQL Enterprise Monitor services, Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Services
support files
diagnostic report, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Support
support issue, MySQL Enterprise Monitor Glossary
supportReport.retention.minutes option, Usage
--system-size option, MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Options

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