Version 1.1.2 of improved Cacti templates releasedThu, May 7, 2009 in Monitoring Databases Open Source Programming
I’ve packaged up and released version 1.1.2 of the Cacti templates I’ve written for MySQL, Apache, memcached, nginx etc.
VividCortex is the startup I founded in 2012. It’s the easiest way to monitor what your servers are doing in production and I consider it far superior to Cacti. VividCortex offers MySQL performance monitoring and PostgreSQL performance management among many other features.
Anyone who would like to help write documentation (or do anything else, for that matter) is welcomed to participate. I’ll give commit access at the drop of a hat.
2009-05-07: version 1.1.2 * The parsing code did not handle InnoDB plugin / XtraDB (issue 52). * The servername was hardcoded in ss_get_by_ssh.php (issue 57). * Added Handler_ graphs (issue 47). * Config files can be used instead of editing the .php file (issue 39). * binary log space is now calculated without a MySQL query (issue 48). * There was no easy way to force inputs to be filled (issue 45). * Some graphs were partially hidden without --lower-limit (issue 43). * Flipped some elements across the Y axis (issue 42). * Added Apache, Nginx, and GNU/Linux templates. * Unknown output is now -1 instead of 0 to prevent spikes in graphs. * If you want to use a script server, you must now explicitly configure it. * UNIX sockets weren't permitted for MySQL (issue 38).
About The Author
Baron is the founder and CEO of VividCortex. He is the author of High Performance MySQL and many open-source tools for performance analysis, monitoring, and system administration. Baron contributes to various database communities such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redis and MongoDB.