Hello. This is the Mackerel team's CRE, Nishiyama (id:tukaelu).
Here are the details of this update:
- Auxiliary lines can now be drawn on graph widgets in custom dashboards
- mackerel-sql-metric-collector has been made available under mackerelio-labs.
- MySQL versions supported by mackerel-plugin-mysql have been updated
- Options related to certificate verification added to check-ssl-cert
- Cessation of releases for apt v1
- Fixed an issue that prevented the Windows OS name being correctly obtained with mackerel-agent
- Accessibility improved
Auxiliary lines can now be drawn on graph widgets in custom dashboards
We hope you will find this useful for setting yardstick values on your graphs, such as past results or projections.
The label you enter when configuring an auxiliary line is displayed when you mouseover the flag icon to the right of the line. This can be useful to add notes or comments!
mackerel-sql-metric-collector has been made available under mackerelio-labs.
As mentioned in the recently published article "Introduction to service operation through SLI/SLO using Mackerel", we have released mackerel-sql-metric-collector is now available! This tool allows users to post the results of queries made to Amazon Athena and supported RDBMSes as metrics.
As shown in the introductory article, we believe this tool will strengthen your monitoring on Mackerel by, for example, helping with SLI/SLO monitoring by aggregating latency data from Athena ALB logs. We hope you'll find it useful!
More new software is planned for release in future, so make sure to keep an eye out!
If monitoring a version of MySQL older than the supported versions, please install mackerel-plugin-mysql v1.0.0 using "mkr plugin install". Previous announcements contain more detailed installation instructions. Please consult the following article.
Please note that if you use the method described in the above article, our support desk may not be able to provide troubleshooting or other assistance.
Options related to certificate verification added to check-ssl-cert
Options have been added to the check-ssl-cert plugin to make certificate verification more flexible.
|--ca-file||Specify a CA certificate to be used in client authentication|
|--cert-file||Specify a certificate to be used in client authentication|
|--key-file||Specify a key file to be used in client authentication|
|--no-check-certificate||Do not verify certificate|
Cessation of releases for apt v1
Fixed an issue that prevented the Windows OS name being correctly obtained with mackerel-agent
An issue that prevented the OS name from being correctly obtained on some desktop Windows environments has been fixed.
Together with this fix, after updating to mackerel-agent v0.75.0 or higher, the OS name displayed at the top of the Host Details page may have changed slightly, as shown below.
|Windows Server 2022 Datacenter||Microsoft Windows Server 2022 Datacenter|