Monitoring In a previous Monitoring Performance on MongoDB – Mongo Basics article we went over some basics about Mongo and monitoring Mongo performance. In this article we are going to examine some interesting services, that can help with our Mongo monitoring.
Basically, we have two sets of statistics we would like to collect from our Mongo instances. First, the basic computer stats that you need to collect for any machine in your fleet, and second we want to collect all these great DB stats from the Mongo HTTP Console.
We want to collect all these statistics, but we also need somewhere to store and view them. That’s where Monitis comes into play!
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Monitoring MongoDB is very similar to monitoring a normal relational database. If it’s on its own machine then you need to care about things like how much CPU it’s taking up, how much RAM, how fast are the disks etc. If Mongo starts grinding on any of your core compute resources then guess what, you’ve got a problem!
A good Database Administrator, which hopefully we all aspire to be, needs to monitor more then just the basics. A good Database Administrator needs to monitor the actual database. Not to mention in many cases especially with Mongo you will need to monitor a cluster of databases, not just one instance. You’re in luck with Mongo, because fortunately the folks at 10gen, the makers of MongoDB, have written some excellent documentation for how to properly administer and performance tune MongoDB.
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