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debug option added to mackerel-plugin-mysql and more

Mackerel team CRE Miura (id:missasan) here.

The Mackerel team welcomes a new member! Nishiyama (id:tukaelu) joined in May as a CRE! Now we’re really going to step up our CRE activities. You’ll get to know Nishiyama through blogs, technical support, and other meetup opportunities. We’re looking forward it!

Also, be sure to check out the Hatena Developer Blog article below where Inoue (id:a-know) and I talked about being a CRE.

developer.hatenastaff.com (Japanese only)

Now on to this week’s update information.

debug option added to mackerel-plugin-mysql

With the release of mackerel-agent-plugins v0.55.2, the -debug option has been added to mackerel-plugin-mysql. It can be used for diagnosing connection errors etc.

github.com

Handling state files is now safer with check-logs and check-aws-cloudwatch-logs

With the release of go-check-plugins v0.30.0, the handling of state files with check-logs and check-aws-cloudwatch-logs has been made even more safe.

check-logs

github.com

check-aws-cloudwatch-logs

github.com

Check out the entry linked below for a details regarding check-log behavior.

mackerel.io (Japanese only)

Changes made to the output when using the detail option with the mkr wrap command

With the release of mkr v0.37.0, when using the --detail option with the wrap subcommand and a large number of characters exist in the command output, a change has been made to output not only the beginning but the end as well (a total of 1024 characters). Prior to this update, only the beginning was included, but because there may be a description regarding the cause of an error at the end of the output, both the beginning and the end have been included.

github.com