[RELEASE] ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack 4.5.0

The ScyllaDB team is pleased to announce the release of ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack 4.5.0

ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack is an open-source stack for monitoring ScyllaDB Enterprise and ScyllaDB Open Source, based on Prometheus and Grafana. ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack 4.5.0 supports:

  • ScyllaDB Open Source versions 5.0, 5.1, 5.2 and the upcoming 5.4 release
  • ScyllaDB Enterprise versions 2022.x and 2023.1
  • ScyllaDB Manager 3.0.x, 3.1.x, 3.2.x

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Versions updates for Scylla Monitoring Stack 4.5.0

  • Set Prometheus version to 2.47.1
  • Set Grafana version to 10.1.5

New Information in ScyllaDB Dashboards

Overview Dashboard Change

  • Support multiple priority group in the Overview dashboard #2013

Instead of aggregating priority groups, each priority group will be shown as its own graph.

Detailed Dashboard Change

  • Support multiple priority group in the Overview dashboard #2013

CQL Dashboard Change

  • Expose all columns of system.large_xx tables #1991

Added more information to the large cell, large rows, and large partition tables.

  • Track UJ node progress #2076

Add a warning when a node is in a joining state for a long time, as other nodes stream data to the new node, based on the new token range ownership. As each node can hold tenths of terabytes, streaming might take many hours even a day.

ScyllaDB actually makes sure streaming is under control, so it won’t add to the one line requests latency.

It is a normal behavior that a node can take a few hours, sometimes even more than a day to join a cluster, but it’s something worth noting.
So informative alerts were added to inform that a node is still in the joining state. The default marks are set to 5 hours and one day.

Bug Fixes

  • Bogus value on the Repair Progress graph #2019

Operational Changes

  • Support taking Prometheus targets from directory #1995

  • Support Scylla Manager agent ports config parameter #1992

  • Support for Apple Silicon Valley Chips enhancement #1956

  • Remove reverse order read warnings #1498