Configuring the Tests

Once the MySQL Cluster component is added, proceed to configure tests for the cluster. For that, do the following:

  1. After adding a MySQL Cluster component, you will be redirected to the Components page. Using the options provided in the Components page, you can modify, unmanage or delete the newly added component. In addition, you can also configure the tests, set thresholds and maintenance policies, and change the IP address.

  2. In the page that appears, select MySQL Cluster component. The MySQL Cluster component that you recently added will then be listed therein. To configure tests for that server, click on the icon corresponding to it (see Figure 1).

    Figure 1 : Listing the newly added MySQL Cluster component

  3. Figure 2 will then appear. The UNCONFIGURED TESTS and CONFIGURED TESTS list boxes that then appear will display the tests that are still to be configured and the tests that have been configured by default (respectively) for the chosen server. From the CONFIGURED TESTS list in Figure 2, select the test that you want to reconfigure. Once you select the test, click the Reconfigure button in Figure 2 to configure it. And the list of unconfigured tests will be listed in the UNCONFIGURED TESTS list box, if any. Click on any of the tests to configure it.

    Figure 2 : List of Configured tests

  4. For instance, if you click on MySQL Cluster Members Test Figure 3 will appear.

    Figure 3 : Configuring the MySQL Cluster Members Test

  5. To know how to configure this test, refer toMySQL Cluster Members Test

  6. Click the Update button to update the test configuration. This will automatically configure all the other unconfigured tests for the MySQL Cluster component.