As a reminder we kicked off a new Friday tradition: Topics of the Week.
In this post I will be sharing those hidden gems that you may want to read and share with your peers. Included will be Level Up Relic Solutions, questions with solutions, and Data Queries & Synthetic Script topics that rely on response from you and other community members. Our hope is that this will be a valuable summary of the activity that has preceded during this week! Level Up Relic Solutions
How to make MySQL On Host Integrations collect data from Amazon RDS.
When using Amazon RDS monitoring integration customer has the following available
Amazon RDS data.
When using On Host Integration an example MySQL On host Integration customer can see the following Metric data.
Here we will see how to collect metrics like query.slowQueriesPerSecond when using Amazon RDS MySQL. (Metrics like query.slowQueriesPerSecond are not supported by default when using only Amaz…
Topics That Have Been Marked Solved
I am trying to deploy a browser application using the “Enable via APM” method. It goes through the steps and gives “give us couple of minutes…” but the application never shows up under browser applications. The APM applications works fine. What am I doing wrong?
2021-06-22T14:34:42,397+0000 [11156 87] com.newrelic INFO: Real user monitoring is enabled for application xxx-PRD-tomcat. Auto instrumentation is enabled.
2021-06-22T14:37:41,349+0000 [9832 143] com.newrelic INFO: Real user monitoring…
We have set up an AWS Cloudwatch metrics stream to send metrics to NR for our AWS services. Then we looked at instrumenting Lambda functions, which appears to depend on the (polling based) AWS Lambda integration. Once that was enabled, lots of metrics and functions were duplicated
To resolve this, I have excluded Lambda namespace from the cloudwatch metrics stream. Is this the right approach? Do we have to go back to polling cloudwatch metrics to be able to have in-depth lambda monitoring?
Data Queries & Synthetic Script Topics (Thank you community for helping each other out!)
I am trying to create a dashboard with NRQL query showing me all the deployments done in last 24 hours. I am struggling with how to remove the duplicate entries I see with same createdAt field but different timestamps
My query looks like this
FROM K8sDeploymentSample SELECT deploymentName, createdAt limit max ORDER BY createdAt DESC
We have New Relic installed on several servers. And we would like to see load numbers in our dashboard from each separate server. The servers are in our account as ‘instances’. How can we get the load numbers from one instance in our dashboard?