Database inspection is used to automate full instance health checks regularly. You can also set up custom inspections based on your own needs to help troubleshoot potential instance issues and provide solutions.
Currently, database inspection is supported only for TencentDB for MySQL (excluding basic single-node instances), TDSQL-C for MySQL, self-built MySQL, TencentDB for Redis, and TencentDB for MongoDB.
Log in to the DBbrain console, select Monitoring and Alarming > Database Inspection on the left sidebar, and select a database type at the top.
Health report email push is not supported for self-built databases currently.
The database inspection list displays a summary of inspection information generated by the database instance, such as basic instance information, health level, the number of slow queries, and the number of big tables.
DBbrain provides custom settings. Click Custom Settings to enter the instance management page and set the instance to be displayed. For more information, see Instance Management.
DBbrain supports enabling/disabling inspection for all instances with just one click. The inspection for all instances is disabled by default. You can toggle on Full instance inspection disabled to enable inspection for all instances.
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