With new additions to the Mackerel team, things have started to liven up.
Everyone is excited to get together with the new members for Meetups and Drinkups.
Here is this week’s Mackerel update.
Role graphs with a high number of registered hosts have been simplified
When a lot of hosts are registered to one role, the numerous graph lines can be difficult to read. With this update, role graphs with many hosts registered have been simplified.
On a role graph with more than 30 registered hosts, stacked graphs display the sum, while line graphs display the maximum, minimum, and average. By clicking “show all hosts” located at the bottom of the graph, switching back to the previous detailed format can be done.
For more details, please check out the help document.
Updates to both mackerel-agent-plugins and mackerel-check-plugins have been released.
Detailed changes follow below.
Thank you to everyone who made pull requests!!
- mackerel-plugin-uptime addition
- mackerel-plugin-mysql: take into account innodb_buffer_pool_instances
- mackerel-plugin-mysql: support for unix socket
- mackerel-plugin-inode: have it use
- check-file-size addition
- check-jmx-jolokia addition
- check-memcached addition
- check-solr addition
- check-uptime addition
- check-tcp: the problem where an error occurs if EOF is contained fixed
- check-redis: return Critical when
About the suspension of mackerel-agent’s uptime metric transmission
Currently the uptime is just being sent and no graph is being drawn in the Mackerel console, so no big effect is expected.
Users who continuously receive uptime information should consider using plugin. Further information will be provided for updating agent at a later time.