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14.3.2 Status Summary

The Status Summary bar displays the current status of the monitored hosts and instances. Each icon, and its adjacent number, link to pages which provide more detail.

Figure 14.2 Status Summary

Content is described in the surrounding text.

The icons, from left to right, represent the following:

  • Hosts Monitored: the number of successfully monitored hosts. Links to the MySQL Instances dashboard.

    Note

    An agent must be installed on a host to monitor that host. It is not possible to monitor a host without a local agent installed on it. Only MySQL instances can be monitored remotely.

  • MySQL Instances Monitored: the number of successfully monitored MySQL instances. Links to the MySQL Instances dashboard.

  • MySQL Instances with Bad Connection Configurations: the number of incorrectly configured instance connections.

  • MySQL Instances Unmonitored: the number of running MySQL instances which are not currently monitored. Links to the Unmonitored MySQL Instances list on the MySQL Instances dashboard.

    See Unmonitored MySQL Instances for more information.

  • Emergency Events: the number of current emergency events. Links to the Events page and sets the filter to the status Emergency and state Open.

Note

The hosts and instances represented in the Status Summary depend on the permissions defined for the user. If the user is assigned to a specific group, only the issues originating from the servers in that group are displayed in the system status bar. For example, the Hosts Monitored icon only displays the total number of hosts in the group assigned to the user's role.


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