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Joe Proietti

Replication Monitoring

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There are two kinds of MySQL Slave monitoring. (Both described here) The first, basic kind, is slave status, which is an indication of how effectively the slave database is applying the replication information to itself. The second is replication lag, which uses a pair of datasources, along with a dedicated LogicMonitor database on the servers, to measure the actual amount of time between inserting a record in the master and being able to retrieve that record on the monitored slave instance. For that youll need to configure the credentials and add the database as described here.

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