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Introducing the pmp-check-mysql-status Nagios Plugin

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In this article you will read about the pmp-check-mysql-status Nagios plugin.

    You can use this plugin to:
  • Check whether the Uptime variable is too small, indicating the server has been restarted
  • Check whether Threads_connected is approaching max_connections, which can be inconvenient to solve in some environments
  • Compare a counter to a threshold
  • Compare a counter to a variable or another counter
  • Add, subtract, multiply, and divide counters or variables
  • Transform a ratio into a percentage
  • Compute the rate of change over time for one or more counters (e.g. queries per second)

Read more about the pmp-check-mysql-status here.