This topic describes how to view the real-time performance of ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances. Database Autonomy Service (DAS) allows you to view the real-time performance of all ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances or each ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance. You can use this feature during stress testing or promotion activities.
- Log on to the Database Autonomy Service console.
- Connect to the database instance. Make sure that the access status is Accessed.
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Instance Monitoring. Find the database instance and choose Performance > Real-time Monitoring in the Actions column.Note On the Real-time Monitoring page, you can view the read/write latency, QPS, operations, connections, cache usage, network usage, and read /write queues of the instance in real time.
- You can view the monitoring information in real-time charts and real-time tables.
Global real-time performance
On the Real-time performance of global nodes tab, you can also view the real-time performance of all ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances.