Helping MySQL Move Out And Find Its Own Server

Anybody keeping tabs on the performance of their NagiosXI server knows that mysqld, httpd and nagios all play an intense game of king-of-the-CPU.   The cool thing about NagiosXI is that it comes with NDOUtils out of the box, which is a great tool for offloading the MySQL server, which is great if you need to stack on more checks.  If you run a NagiosXI server that is completely loaded down and have another server that could host a MySQL server for that NagiosXI server, this  PDF would definitely be worth a read. The PDF attached is a step-by-step guide to migrate your existing MySQL server to a remote MySQL server and is definitely an interesting look at just how exstensible NagiosXI is.

Offloading MySQL to a Remote Server

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