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Feature: Add "Integration Not Reporting" Alert Conditions for Infrastructure Agent



I am part of the SRE team at my company. We have chose the new relic infrastructure agent to monitor our infrastructure. We are also leveraging a variety of the SDK integrations including mysql. We recently discovered a gap in agent monitoring.

If the agent completely stops reporting into new relic that can easily alerted on out of the box. However, if the agent has a problem with one of its integrations (e.g mysql credentials are no longer valid) it will log this problem locally but new relic provides no way to alert on this out of the box.

It would be quite helpful if new relic supported a “Integration Not Reporting” alert conditions.

New relic customer support did provide a good workaround for this using NRQL.

you could alternatively set up a NRQL alert condition targeting the MysqlSample event. Your query would look a bit like this (although you might want to add a WHERE clause or two):

SELECT count(*) FROM MysqlSample FACET entityName
You would then set the threshold to warn you when any entityName had a count of 0 MysqlSample events over the course of 5 minutes.

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Hey @jlorenzini - sounds like you got a good workaround up and running. That said in built features are always preferred over a workaround, so I have added a feature idea poll here for others to vote on, additionally I have logged this feature request internally to the product teams. :smiley: