Monitoring MySQL Backups With Datadog and TwinDB Backup Tool
- ByMaksym Kryva•
- onJan 10, 2018•
- in Monitoring, MySQL Backup, TwinDB •
- tags backup, backup validation, datadog, monitoring, mysql, mysql monitoring, python integration, restore backup, xtrabackup
Monitoring MySQL backups is a vital part of any reliable backup solution. By monitoring the most common disaster recovery metrics, the Recovery Time Objective and the Recovery Point Objective, you can find out if a backup job was successful and produced a usable backup copy. The TwinDB Backup Tool along with Datadog allows monitoring both […]
Verify MySQL Backups With TwinDB Backup Tool
If you don’t verify backups you may safely assume you don’t have them. It often happens that MySQL backups can be invalid or broken due to a software bug, or some hidden corruption. If you are lucky enough, hours and days will be needed to resurrect a database from a bad backup copy. If you […]
How To Setup a Replication Slave With TwinDB Backup Tool
Setting up a replication slave is pretty straightforward, yet cumbersome process that needs a lot of attention to detail. Even if at first glance the six steps are simple, together they constitute something that is everything but easy to grasp. What’s Our Solution We decided to fix that. As a result, our very own TwinDB […]
MySQL Users Management Using ProxySQL Tools
Recently, we have implemented a set of new commands in ProxySQL Tools to manage MySQL users. You can create, delete, and modify users from the command line. Following commands are available:
proxysql-tools galera user list
proxysql-tools galera user create username [—-options]
proxysql-tools galera user delete username
proxysql-tools galera user modify username [—-options]
proxysql-tools galera user set_password username
You can set a user’s password at the time of creation with —-password option, or later on with the set_password sub-command. Create user Let’s add a […]
How to Backup MySQL 5.7
If you ever tried to backup MySQL 5.7 with Percona Xtrabackup that comes in percona-xtrabackup package most likely you got error message like this:
# innobackupex ./
170623 05:58:43 innobackupex: Starting the backup operation
IMPORTANT: Please check that the backup run completes successfully.
At the end of a successful backup run innobackupex
prints "completed OK!".
170623 05:58:44 version_check Connecting to MySQL server with DSN 'dbi:mysql:;mysql_read_default_group=xtrabackup' as 'dba' (using password: YES).
170623 05:58:44 version_check Connected to MySQL server
170623 05:58:44 version_check Executing a version check against the server...
170623 05:58:44 version_check Done.
170623 05:58:44 Connecting to MySQL server host: localhost, user: dba, password: set, port: not set, socket: not set
Error: Unsupported server version: '5.7.18-15'. Please report a bug at https://bugs.launchpad.net/percona-xtrabackup
This happens because percona-xtrabackup actually installs version 2.3 that doesn’t support MySQL 5.7. To take copies from MySQL 5.7 you need to use Percona XtraBackup version 2.4 and higher. Starting from […]
Setup High Availability For ProxySQL via KeepAlived In AWS
Usually application don’t connect directly to Percona XtraDB Cluster, but go through a proxy – ProxySQL, for instance. However, if only one proxy node is used it becomes a single point of failure. Not long ago Marco Tusa wrote about how to configure two ProxySQL nodes in front of XtraDB cluster. If deployed on EC2 instances, it […]
RDS vs. Aurora vs. EC2 Benchmark
Originally, the goal of the benchmark is to compare performance and price/performance of Amazon RDS (Aurora) and MySQL server running on an EC2 instance.