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# netdata python.d.plugin configuration for mysql
#
# This file is in YaML format. Generally the format is:
#
# name: value
#
# There are 2 sections:
# - global variables
# - one or more JOBS
#
# JOBS allow you to collect values from multiple sources.
# Each source will have its own set of charts.
#
# JOB parameters have to be indented (using spaces only, example below).
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Global Variables
# These variables set the defaults for all JOBs, however each JOB
# may define its own, overriding the defaults.
# update_every sets the default data collection frequency.
# If unset, the python.d.plugin default is used.
# update_every: 1
# priority controls the order of charts at the netdata dashboard.
# Lower numbers move the charts towards the top of the page.
# If unset, the default for python.d.plugin is used.
# priority: 60000
# retries sets the number of retries to be made in case of failures.
# If unset, the default for python.d.plugin is used.
# Attempts to restore the service are made once every update_every
# and only if the module has collected values in the past.
# retries: 5
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# JOBS (data collection sources)
#
# The default JOBS share the same *name*. JOBS with the same name
# are mutually exclusive. Only one of them will be allowed running at
# any time. This allows autodetection to try several alternatives and
# pick the one that works.
#
# Any number of jobs is supported.
#
# All python.d.plugin JOBS (for all its modules) support a set of
# predefined parameters. These are:
#
# job_name:
# name: myname # the JOB's name as it will appear at the
# # dashboard (by default is the job_name)
# # JOBs sharing a name are mutually exclusive
# update_every: 1 # the JOB's data collection frequency
# priority: 60000 # the JOB's order on the dashboard
# retries: 5 # the JOB's number of restoration attempts
#
# Additionally to the above, mysql also supports the following:
#
# socket: 'path/to/mysql.sock'
#
# or
# host: 'IP or HOSTNAME' # the host to connect to
# port: PORT # the port to connect to
#
# in all cases, the following can also be set:
#
# user: 'username' # the mysql username to use
# pass: 'password' # the mysql password to use
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# mySQL CONFIGURATION
#
# netdata does not need any privilege - only the ability to connect
# to the mysql server (netdata will not be able to see any data).
#
# Execute these commands to give the local user 'netdata' the ability
# to connect to the mysql server on localhost, without a password:
#
# > create user 'netdata'@'localhost';
# > grant usage on *.* to 'netdata'@'localhost' with grant option;
# > flush privileges;
#
# with the above statements, netdata will be able to gather mysql
# statistics, without the ability to see or alter any data or affect
# mysql operation in any way. No change is required below.
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# AUTO-DETECTION JOBS
# only one of them will run (they have the same name)
mycnf1:
name : 'local'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/my.cnf'
mycnf2:
name : 'local'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/mysql/my.cnf'
debiancnf:
name : 'local'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/mysql/debian.cnf'
socket1:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'
socket2:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock'
socket3:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
socket4:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
socket : '/tmp/mysql.sock'
tcp:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
host : 'localhost'
port : '3306'
# keep in mind port might be ignored by mysql, if host = 'localhost'
# http://serverfault.com/questions/337818/how-to-force-mysql-to-connect-by-tcp-instead-of-a-unix-socket/337844#337844
tcpipv4:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
host : '127.0.0.1'
port : '3306'
tcpipv6:
name : 'local'
# user : ''
# pass : ''
host : '::1'
port : '3306'
# Now we try the same as above with user: root
# A few systems configure mysql to accept passwordless
# root access.
mycnf1_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/my.cnf'
mycnf2_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/mysql/my.cnf'
socket1_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'
socket2_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock'
socket3_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
socket4_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
socket : '/tmp/mysql.sock'
tcp_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
host : 'localhost'
port : '3306'
# keep in mind port might be ignored by mysql, if host = 'localhost'
# http://serverfault.com/questions/337818/how-to-force-mysql-to-connect-by-tcp-instead-of-a-unix-socket/337844#337844
tcpipv4_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
host : '127.0.0.1'
port : '3306'
tcpipv6_root:
name : 'local'
user : 'root'
# pass : ''
host : '::1'
port : '3306'
# Now we try the same as above with user: netdata
mycnf1_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/my.cnf'
mycnf2_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
'my.cnf' : '/etc/mysql/my.cnf'
socket1_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'
socket2_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock'
socket3_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
socket : '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
socket4_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
socket : '/tmp/mysql.sock'
tcp_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
host : 'localhost'
port : '3306'
# keep in mind port might be ignored by mysql, if host = 'localhost'
# http://serverfault.com/questions/337818/how-to-force-mysql-to-connect-by-tcp-instead-of-a-unix-socket/337844#337844
tcpipv4_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
host : '127.0.0.1'
port : '3306'
tcpipv6_netdata:
name : 'local'
user : 'netdata'
# pass : ''
host : '::1'
port : '3306'