Version 1.1.7 of Better Cacti Templates releasedTue, Apr 20, 2010 in Monitoring Databases Operations Programming
I’ve released version 1.1.7 of the Better Cacti Templates project. This release includes a bunch of bug fixes, some new graphs for MySQL, and two new sets of graphs, for Redis graphing and for JMX graphing.
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.
There are upgrade instructions on the project wiki for this and all releases. There is also a comprehensive tutorial on how to create your own graphs and templates with this project. Use the project issue tracker to view and report issues, and use the project mailing list to discuss the templates and scripts.
The full changelog follows.
* Added graphs for Innodb_row_lock_waits and Innodb_row_lock_time (issue 118). * Added graphs for the MyISAM key buffer memory consumption (issue 127). * The loadavg/users graphs failed when only 1 user was logged in (issue 131). * The Apache and Nginx graphs couldn't use the --port2 option (issue 129). * The InnoDB Log graph's unflushed_log should be GAUGE not COUNTER (issue 10). * Added graphs for InnoDB semaphore waits (issue 124). * Added Redis graphs (issue 90). * Added --openvz_cmd configuration and command-line option (issue 130). * Added --mysql_ssl configuration and command-line option (issue 103). * Added JMX graphs (--type jmx) (issue 139). * Big-integer math printf spec was missing a % character (issue 137). * Partially accepted patches from Artur Kaszuba (more remaining in issue 120).
I'm Baron Schwartz, the founder and CEO of VividCortex. I am the author of High Performance MySQL and many open-source tools for performance analysis, monitoring, and system administration. I contribute to various database communities such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redis and MongoDB.