Product Information link to view
detailed information about your subscription level and contract
The Subscription Warnings section contains information unique to your subscription. Information provided here will relate to your subscription settings and the servers currently being monitored. For more information, see Section 220.127.116.11, “Subscription Warning”.
The Contract Status section displays the subscription level, expiration date, contract number, the number of servers supported, and your MySQL Enterprise user name. The Subscription Level section gives more detailed information, including features and any restrictions that may apply. You may update your subscription at any time by clicking the update button.
The Subscription Information section contains detailed information about your subscription level and the numbger of hosts currently monitored within your subscription level.
Enterprise Dashboard Server Info
The Enterprise Dashboard Server Info section provides detailed information about the running of your MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, including information about the Java environment, hostname and version information.
The section also includes detailed information about the current status of your MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, showing information on the agents, rules, and outstanding status of the various components. The information provded in this section is listed below:
Number of Agents
Monitored mysqld Instances
Number of Rules
Number of Graphs
Last Successful Email
Last Email Failure
Last Failure Message
You can monitor the status of the email messages sent by MySQL Enterprise Service Manager by looking at the values of the Last Successful Email and Last Email Failure sections. Any failure by MySQL Enterprise Service Manager to send an email will be reported, with the failure date recorded in Last Email Failure. You can examine the Last Failure Message field to determine the precise reason for the failure.
The Readme section contains a copy of the
Readme file provided with each
release, and provides release specific information about your
MySQL Enterprise Service Manager installation.
The page includes a hyperlink, Download diagnostic
report. Click this link to download a compressed
version of the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager log files. All the log files
found on the
Logs page (for more
information about logs see Section 15.5.6, “Logs”) are
contained in this file. It also contains the Java properties
file, the monitored MySQL servers property file, information
about the status of the JDBC connection and Java threads, and
subscription.xml file. This report is
especially useful for debugging the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager and the
MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent.