Just wondering if there is a work around, or solution to this problem that I don’t know about yet.
Problem: Server Status shows increase rate on Asserts User. How do I stop it from increasing or this is not a problem, just information?
Graylog Server Version graylog-server-2.4.6-1.noarch
MongoDB Version mongodb-org-4.0.2-1.el7.x86_64
Elasticsearch Version elasticsearch-5.6.12-1.noarch
This is a standalone Virtual machine server.
10 VCPU, 10 GB MEM, and 500GB Drive
We use this Graylog server for testing upgrades and production improvements.
Last week I applied an Upgrade for MongoDB 3.6 to 4.0.
Execute the following documentation;
Monitoring MongoDB with Zabbix 3.4.14, Zabbix is using the following instruction to monitor Database as shown below;
Authentication is enabled on MongoGB, user as shown below;
No problems with the Upgrade, instruction went smooth as expected.
I noticed after an Hour from upgrading MongoDB Asserts User went from 0 and still climbing as shown below;
After digging around in the logs, I found that the script used for trending data on MongoDB was using credentials to log into Mongo. This was executing before with no problems.
I executed root# netstat -antup | grep -i 27017;
For testing purposes I stop using the script that Zabbix is executing and Yes the asserts user went down., but I have been monitoring for some time now, only after the upgrade on MongoDB has this started show more Asserts user count.
Any advice would be appreciated on why this might start happening.
Thanks in advance.