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Google CloudSQL

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Overview

Google Cloud SQL is a fully-managed database service that makes it easy to set up, maintain, manage, and administer your MySQL databases in the cloud.

Get metrics from Google CloudSQL to:

  • Visualize the performance of your CloudSQL databases
  • Correlate the performance of your CloudSQL databases with your applications

Setup

Installation

Metric collection

If you haven’t already, set up the Google Cloud Platform integration first. There are no other installation steps.

Log collection

Google Cloud SQL logs are collected with Stackdriver and sent to a Cloud Pub/Sub with a HTTP Push forwarder. If you haven’t already, set up the Cloud Pub/sub with a HTTP push forwarder.

Once this is done, export your Google Cloud SQL logs from Stackdriver to the Pub/sub:

  1. Go to the Stackdriver page and filter Google Cloud SQL logs.
  2. Click Create Export and name the sink accordingly.
  3. Choose Cloud Pub/Sub as the destination and select the Pub/Sub that was created for that purpose. Note: The Pub/Sub can be located in a different project.
  1. Click Create and wait for the confirmation message to show up.

Data Collected

Metrics

gcp.cloudsql.database.auto_failover_request_count
(count)
Delta of number of instance auto-failover requests.
Shown as request
gcp.cloudsql.database.available_for_failover
(gauge)
This is > 0 if the failover operation is available on the instance.
gcp.cloudsql.database.cpu.reserved_cores
(gauge)
Number of cores reserved for the database.
Shown as core
gcp.cloudsql.database.cpu.usage_time
(gauge)
Cumulative CPU usage time
Shown as second
gcp.cloudsql.database.cpu.utilization
(gauge)
Fraction of the reserved CPU that is currently in use.
Shown as fraction
gcp.cloudsql.database.disk.bytes_used
(gauge)
Disk space used.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.disk.quota
(gauge)
Maximum data disk size in bytes.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.disk.read_ops_count
(count)
Disk read IO operations.
Shown as operation
gcp.cloudsql.database.disk.utilization
(gauge)
The fraction of the disk quota that is currently in use.
Shown as fraction
gcp.cloudsql.database.disk.write_ops_count
(count)
Disk write IO operations.
Shown as operation
gcp.cloudsql.database.memory.quota
(gauge)
Maximum RAM in bytes
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.memory.usage
(gauge)
RAM usage in bytes
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.memory.utilization
(gauge)
Fraction of memory quota currently in use
Shown as fraction
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_pages_dirty
(gauge)
Number of unflushed pages in the InnoDB buffer pool.
Shown as page
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_pages_free
(gauge)
Number of unused pages in the InnoDB buffer pool.
Shown as page
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_buffer_pool_pages_total
(gauge)
Total number of pages in the InnoDB buffer pool.
Shown as page
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_data_fsyncs
(count)
InnoDB fsync calls.
Shown as operation
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_os_log_fsyncs
(count)
InnoDB fsync calls to the log file.
Shown as operation
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_pages_read
(count)
InnoDB pages read.
Shown as page
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.innodb_pages_written
(count)
InnoDB pages written.
Shown as page
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.queries
(count)
Number of query statements executed by the server.
Shown as query
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.questions
(count)
Number of question statements executed by the server. Includes only statements sent to the server by clients and not statements executed within stored programs
Shown as question
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.received_bytes_count
(count)
Delta count of bytes received by MySQL process.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.replication.available_for_failover
(gauge)
(Deprecated) This is > 0 if the failover operation is available on the master instance.master.
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.replication.seconds_behind_master
(gauge)
Approximate number of seconds the read replica is behind its' master.
Shown as second
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.replication.slave_io_running
(gauge)
Indicates whether the I/O thread for reading the master's binary log is running. Possible values are Yes, No, and Connecting.
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.replication.slave_sql_running
(gauge)
Indicates whether the SQL thread for executing events in the relay log is running
gcp.cloudsql.database.mysql.sent_bytes_count
(count)
Delta count of bytes sent by MySQL process.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.network.connections
(gauge)
Number of connections to the Cloud SQL instance.
Shown as connection
gcp.cloudsql.database.network.received_bytes_count
(count)
Delta count of bytes received through the network.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.network.sent_bytes_count
(count)
Number of bytes sent through the network.
Shown as byte
gcp.cloudsql.database.postgresql.num_backends
(gauge)
Number of connections to the Cloud SQL PostgreSQL instance.
Shown as connection
gcp.cloudsql.database.postgresql.transaction_count
(count)
Delta count of number of transactions.
Shown as transaction
gcp.cloudsql.database.up
(gauge)
Indicates if the server is up or not.
gcp.cloudsql.database.uptime
(gauge)
Number of seconds the instance has been running.
Shown as second

Events

The Google Cloud SQL integration does not include any events.

Service Checks

gcp.cloudsql.database.state
The current serving state of the Cloud SQL instance.

Troubleshooting

Need help? Contact Datadog support.