The monitored instance section (untitled) lists all the instances currently monitored by this installation and enables you to delete and edit instance configuration.
To edit an instance, do one of the following methods:
Click the MySQL instance's overflow menu (three vertical dots), and choose Edit Instance
Or select the check box on the left of the MySQL instance name, and click Edit Instances
The Edit Instances window is identical to the Add Instance Connection window described in Section 15.3.1, “Adding a MySQL Instance”, with the exception of the first tab, Instance Details.
When editing an individual instance, the Instance
Details tab enables you to edit the instance
Display Name and add notes on the instance.
For example, if the instance name is MySQLServer001, and
ThisIsMyServer is added in the
Display Name field,
ThisIsMyServer is displayed in the
MySQL Instance Details list, and everywhere
else the instance name is used.
If you add a note, a note icon is displayed in the Notes column for that instance.
To delete an instance, or multiple instances, select the instance(s) and click Delete Instances, or select Delete Instance from the instance-specific overflow menu.
The following columns are available:
Table 15.4 MySQL Instance Details
The instance names, in their assigned Groups. If no groups are defined, all MySQL instances are contained by the All group. The check box enables you to select all instances.
Displays a note icon, if a note was defined on the Instance Details tab. If a note was defined, hover the cursor over the note icon. The note is displayed as a tooltip.
Displays the version of the monitored MySQL instance.
Displays the version of the monitoring agent.
Versions: Operating System
Displays the type and version of operating system on which the MySQL instance is installed.
Displays the configured MySQL port.
Displays the configured data directory of the MySQL installation.
An overflow menu (three vertical dots) that offers context-specific options, such as Edit Instance.
The menu items listed in this section depend on the permissions defined. If you do not have the required permissions, some or all of these menu items may be inactive.
The group-level context menu contains the following:
Support Diagnostics: Opens the Support Diagnostics page. This enables you to generate a set of reports which you can send to MySQL Support as an attachment to a reported issue. This report can take several minutes to generate. The reports archive also includes a SQL dump of the Advisor Schedules, Inventory and Configuration schemas.
The instance-level menu contains the following:
Edit Instance: opens the Edit Instance dialog.
Delete Instance: deletes the instance from MySQL Enterprise Service Manager.Important
It is not possible to delete the repository from the list. If you delete it, it is automatically restored to the list.
Refresh Inventory: forces an inventory of the selected instance.
Support Diagnostics: opens the Support Diagnostics dialog. This enables you to generate a set of reports which you can send to MySQL Support as an attachment to a reported issue. This report can take several minutes to generate. The reports archive also includes a SQL dump of the Advisor Schedules, Inventory and Configuration schemas.Important
The Configuration schema may contain login credentials. However, these credentials are encrypted using keys which are not stored in the repository and are not included in the Support Diagnostics report.Important
Generating a diagnostic report is an expensive operation, the Diagnostics Report report is cached for six hours. All requests within this six hour time period download the cached report. A request after this period triggers generation of a new report.
Enable Event Handler Blackout: stops all Event Handlers associated with the selected instance. Events continue to be generated and advisors continue evaluating the data collected by the agent monitoring the selected host, but all event handlers are suspended for the selected instance.