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The MYSQL check verifies if a connection can be made to a predefined MYSQL database.
Besides the general settings for each check, which are similar for all checks, there are following specific settings that also need to be established. In the Check Specific Settings, there are following fields you need to supply with parameters:
- Server - The IP address or DNS name of the server on which the MYSQL database resides.
- MySQL Database name - The name of the MySQL database to which to connect.
- MySQL Port - The port through which a connection can be made to the MySQL database (default value is 3306).
- Username - The username required to make a connection the MYSQL server (to connect to database).
- Password - The password required to make a connection the MYSQL server (to connect to database).
This check returns one result: could a connection be made to the server.
When the graphing option is activated then ServersCheck will produce for this check two graphs: Service Level, Availability.