MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.3.9 Manual

14.3.1 Main Menus

This section describes the main menus of the user interface.

Dashboards

  • Overview: opens the Overview dashboard. This dashboard provides a high-level view of the current state of your monitored assets. For more information, see Chapter 15, Overview. This is the first page displayed after the initial setup steps are completed.

  • Replication: opens the Replication dashboard. This dashboard provides a detailed view of the current state of your monitored replication servers. For more information, see Chapter 19, Replication Dashboard.

  • Enterprise Backup: opens the Enterprise Backup dashboard. This dashboard provides a detailed view of the configured backups of your monitored instances. For more information, see Chapter 18, Enterprise Backup Dashboard.

  • MySQL Instances: opens the MySQL Instances dashboard. This dashboard provides a detailed view of the current state of your monitored instances. It also permits the addition, removal, or editing of connections to MySQL instances. For more information, see Chapter 16, MySQL Instances Dashboard.

Events

The Events page lists all the events for the monitored assets to which you have access. See Figure 22.1, “Events Page with Filter” for more information.

Query Analyzer

Opens the Query Analyzer page. See Chapter 29, Using the Query Analyzer for more information.

Reports and Graphs

The Reports and Graphs menu contains the following links:

  • All Timeseries: opens the All Timeseries graphs page. See Section 20.1, “All Timeseries Graphs” for more information.

  • Database File I/O: opens the Database File I/O page. This page displays details and graphs of latency statistics taken from Performance Schema I/O event data.

    This page utilizes the sys schema and is only supported on MySQL versions 5.6 and 5.7.

  • Lock Waits: opens the Lock Waits report page. See Section 20.2.3, “Lock Waits Report” for more information.

    This page utilizes the sys schema and is only supported on MySQL versions 5.6 and 5.7.

  • Process: opens the Processes report page. The Processes report lists the processes currently running on the selected MySQL instance. See Section 20.3, “Processes Report” for more information.

    This page utilizes the sys schema and is only supported on MySQL versions 5.6 and 5.7.

  • InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage: opens the InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage block graph. This graph displays a graphical overview of the data stored in the InnoDB Buffer Pool.

    See Section 20.4, “InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage” for more information.

Refresh

Sets the page to refresh automatically according to a schedule. It is also possible to pause the page refresh using the pause button adjacent to the Refresh drop-down list.

Note

The pause is temporary. If the page is manually refreshed, the pause is canceled and the defined refresh behavior resumes.

To resume the defined page refresh, click the button again.

User

This section describes the contents of the User menu.

  • User Preferences: opens the User Preferences page, enabling the user to change their username, full name, password, timezone, and locale.

  • Logout: ends the current user's session.

Global Settings (Gear)

The Global Settings menu contains links to the following configuration pages: