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There's ways to get performance graphs with several monitoring software packages out there such as ZenOSS. There's a plugin available that will graph MySQL based SELECT/WRITE/SLOW queries in a nice rrd style graph.

I'm curious if there is a way to also get similar graphs available in Nagios 3.0? I know Nagios has tools like pnp and can integrate rrd, but is there something readily available that can plugin to monitor those MySQL specifics?

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Have a look at It might suite your needs. You'll still need to use something like perfmon if you want to graph it.

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I use PNP as a quick-and-dirty means of producing graphs through Nagios.

Then I would look at a URL like this.

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