The Inventory dashboard is a high level overview of all objects registered by PMM.
To see it select Configuration → PMM Inventory → Inventory list.
Inventory objects form a hierarchy with Node at the top, then Service and Agents assigned to a Node.
There are three tabs where items for each type are listed with their details:
Individual service names and where they run, against which agents will be assigned. Each instance of a service gets a
service_idvalue that is related to a
node_id. Examples are MySQL, Amazon Aurora MySQL. This feature also allows to support multiple mysqld instances on a single node, with different service names, e.g.
Each binary (exporter, agent) running on a client will get an
pmm-agentone is the top of the tree, assigned to a
node_exporteris assigned to pmm-agent
mysqld_exporterand QAN MySQL Perfschema are assigned to a
Where the service and agents will run. Assigned a
node_id, associated with a
/etc/machine-id). Some examples are bare metal, virtualized, container.
Removing items from the inventory¶
You can remove items from the inventory.
Select Configuration → PMM Inventory → Inventory list.
In the first column, select the items to be removed.
Click Delete. The interface will ask you to confirm the operation: