Apart from the mongoDB instances, there are some other nodes listed in the list view. What are those nodes?
Reason: They are dummy nodes added to group the mongoDB servers in a replicaSet. These are used to show the parent child hierarchical view in monitor snapshot page. They will be deleted automatically when all the replicaSet nodes are deleted. They do not have any other significance and can be ignored.
While discovering a mongoDB server, why do i see many mongoDB servers discovered?
Reason: It is because, by default, 'Discover all nodes in ReplicaSet / Sharding' option is enabled. If you want to monitor only particular instance, disable that option and add the monitor.
Licensing of Amazon cloud monitor instances in Applications Manager
Each Amazon monitor is considered a basic monitor and comes under the monitor count for licensing. In Amazon monitor, discovery of all the supported services (EC2, RDS, S3, SNS, DynamoDB, ELB, SQS, Lambda, Beanstalk, and Billing information) is ...
Amazon monitor is not displaying all my EC2 Instances / RDS Instances / S3 Buckets.
Amazon monitor is not showing EC2 Instances / RDS Instances / S3 Buckets from Amazon EU (Frankfurt) and Asia Pacific (Seoul). This is because the regions EU (Frankfurt) and Asia Pacific (Seoul) require Signature Version 4 Signing Process. ...
While discovering a Redis server, why do I see many Redis server instances?
Reason: It is because, by default, 'Discover all nodes in the cluster' option is enabled. If you want to monitor only particular instance, disable that option and add monitor.
While adding a mongoDB server, it fails with message "Unable to connect to the host / port".
Solution: Check if the mongod / mongos instance is running in the host name specified. Check if the port number is given correctly. If mongod / mongos is running in authenticated mode, then enable "Is Authentication required" and give correct ...