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2018-09-16
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mysql_size_ondisk

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#!/bin/bash
#
INFO=\
"mysql_size_ondisk - Munin plugin that reports the size of the files and
 directories in /var/lib/mysql, biggest to smallest.
 To correctly count InnoDB tables you should have innodb_file_per_table enabled
 in MySQL (good practise anyway), otherwise all InnoDB tables will be counted into
 ibdataX.
 This plugin must be run as the user mysql, to do that append the following
 to your /etc/munin/plugins/plugin-conf.d/munin-node:

 [mysql_size_ondisk]
  user mysql

 This plugin gives you similar information as mysql_size_all. A difference
 is that mysql_size_ondisk is much faster (0.4 seconds vs 14 seconds, on a server
 with 170 databases, 26 GB total). Also note that mysql_size_all gives you the net
 data size, mysql_size_ondisk gives you the gross storage space used, which may be
 much more than your actual data."
#
# License: GPLv2 or later
#
# v1.0, 27.01.2012 Jakob Unterwurzacher <j.unterwurzacher@web-tech.at>

#%# family=auto
#%# capabilities=autoconf

set -eu

DIR=/var/lib/mysql

function clean {
	# First character must not be a number
	a=${1/#[0-9]/_}
	# Other characters must be alphanumeric
	b=${a//[^a-zA-Z0-9]/_}
	echo $b
}

if [ "${1:-}" = "autoconf" ]
then
	if du -sb $DIR &> /dev/null
	then
		echo "yes"
	else
		echo "no"
	fi
	exit 0
elif [ "${1:-}" = "config" ]
then
	echo "graph_title MySQL on-disk database size"
	echo "graph_category db"
	# graph_info cannot have newlines - replace by <br> which will be rendered to newlines in
	# the web interface.
	echo "graph_info ${INFO//$'\n'/<br>}"
	echo "graph_args --base 1024 --lower-limit 0"
	echo "graph_vlabel Bytes"
	cd $DIR
	du -sb * | sort -nr | while read s i
	do
		i=`clean $i`
		echo "$i.label $i"
		echo "$i.type GAUGE"
		echo "$i.draw AREASTACK"
	done
	exit 0
elif [ "${1:-}" = "" ]
then
	cd $DIR
	du -sb * | sort -nr | while read s i
	do
		i=`clean $i`
		echo "$i.value $s"
	done
	exit 0
else
	echo "Unknown argument"
	exit 1
fi