Servers provides a unified view of all the servers registered with Monyog. Users can view which servers are running at the optimum level and identify servers which require critical attention. The servers page allows you to add or delete a server as required.
With the All New Monyog, you will be able to easily filter MySQL servers and identify the server that you want to find details to.
The server block lets you identify the state of the MySQL server:
Alerting → MySQL servers that has open critical alerts and warnings.
Disconnected → Monyog is unable to connect with the MySQL server.
Stable → MySQL servers that do not have critical alerts and warnings.
Stopped → Monyog currently does not collect data.
Monyog’s server tab provides numerous options to the user to manage their registered MySQL servers. Users can edit, duplicate or delete MySQL server(s), command Monyog to stop the data collection for a particular server, rebuild database (please refer to Monyog Data Maintenance), check disk info, analyze all the events and diagnose report.