15.14. The Replication Tab


MySQL Enterprise subscription, MySQL Enterprise Monitor, MySQL Replication Monitor, and MySQL Query Analyzer are only available to commercial customers. To learn more, see: http://www.mysql.com/products/".

Navigate to the Replication page by choosing the Replication tab. This page provides a quick summary view of the state of your replication servers or, if you wish, you can drill down and determine specifics about any master or slave.


Servers, whether masters or slaves, must be monitored in order for them to appear on this page.

The Replication page groups all master servers with their slaves. Masters and their slaves are autodiscovered and a grouping is created. This grouping shows up on the replication page and also in the Heat Chart on the Monitor tab. Scans run on a five minute interval, so depending upon the order of discovery, it can take as long as 2 polling intervals to create a complete group.

Figure 15.43. MySQL Enterprise Dashboard: Replication Groups

MySQL Enterprise Dashboard: Replication groups

Discovery events are logged to the Replication log. To view this log navigate to the Settings page and choose the Logs link. View all replication-related events by clicking the Replication link. This log can be a useful tool for debugging the replication topology discovery process.


The agent must be installed on the same machine as the server you are monitoring in order for discovery to work properly. Do not use remote monitoring.

Replication groups can be managed from the Manage Servers page in the same way as other groups. However, any slaves removed from a server group will automatically be restored to that group. It is also possible to add non-slaves to a replication grouping. For more information about server groupings see Section, “Grouping Servers”.

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