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MySQL Monitoring with Telegraf, InfluxDB & Grafana
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  • In the configuration of telegraf.conf, I am using this format to collect data, but only the local server 127.0.0.1 is working, the other IP server 201.x.x.x does not present the data. NOTE: The connection has already been validated manually on the graphana server itself. servers = ["user:passwd@tcp(201.X.X.X:3306)/","tcp(127.0.0.1:3306)/"]
    July 27th 2020, 9:04 pm
    by Sidinei Oliveira
    Revision: 1
  • As others say below, its not working, even after fixing direct ip's and data source name in json.
    June 11th 2020, 1:37 pm
    by Владимир Комиссаров
    Revision: 1
  • Doesnt work for mysql+influxdb+telegraf.
    March 12th 2020, 3:33 pm
    by Dima Stefantsov
    Revision: 1
  • Looks nice in the screenshot but not working, as my colleague said. What I've noticed is that you should replace all datasources as following: "datasource": "${MySQL}" However, i noticed some weird selects... WHERE (\"server\" = '10.100.248.44:3306') Point 2 is that even i modified all datasources to what i mentioned (so it selects the proper DB as per configuration), the graphs show no data.
    February 21st 2020, 7:19 pm
    by Sebastian Onofrei
    Revision: 1
  • Nice work, But there is small... difficulties : * You hardcoded a selection line 1062 and 1114, which select a specific server * The name_suffix stuff is odd, why not let it as mysql ? * Why forcing the name of the Database ? There is a database selection at the import Please could you fix these small disagreement ? Regards,
    July 30th 2019, 1:23 pm
    by djayroma
    Revision: 1
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