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A simple MySQL replication monitor

Project Description

Replmon is a simple MySQL replication monitor.

Usage

First, configure /etc/replmon.ini:

[mysql]
user =   MySQL Username
passwd = MySQL Password
host =   MySQL Host (leave empty for local unix socket)
port =   MySQL Port (leave empty for default port)

Next, launch replmon:

$ replmon

Replmon is meant to integrate with tools such as monit. See ./examples.

Output

Replmon will periodically check your MySQL replication status. Each time a check succeeds, Replmon will touch the /var/replmon.status file, so you can monitor changes to this file to know your status.

The check interval is by default 10 seconds.

License

See LICENSE.

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