How to monitor and troubleshoot Cassandra with Netdata.
Database bloat is disk space that was used by a table or index and is available for reuse by the database but has not been reclaimed. Bloat is created when deleting or updating tables and indexes. Here's how to deal with it!
What are the important Cassandra metrics to monitor and how to monitor them.
We often hear the term load used to describe the state of a server or a device, but we're here to tell you what it means, precisely, and how to monitor it.
The life of a sysadmin or SRE is often difficult, but occasionally very simple things can make a huge difference. Basic monitoring of your systemd services is one of those simple things, which we sometimes overlook. The simplest question one would want to know is if the thing that’s supposed to be running is actually running at all. If you use systemd services, you can guarantee an answer to that question within minutes using Netdata.
Most sysadmins and developers have at some point used a few of the popular Linux networking commands or their Windows equivalents to answer the common questions of host reachability - that is, whether a host or service is reachable and how fast it responds.