How do I check my AWS RDS performance?

How do I check my AWS RDS performance?

It’s easy to get started: just log into the Amazon RDS Management Console, and enable Performance Insights when creating or modifying an instance of a supported RDS engine. Then go to the Performance Insights dashboard to start monitoring performance.

How do I use RDS performance insights?

Enable RDS Performance Insights for your database….

  1. Set the DBInstanceIdentifier parameter to the identifier of your RDS instance.
  2. Make sure to set the DBLoadThreshold to the number of vCPUs of your database instance.
  3. Review the threshold parameters.
  4. Save by clicking the Create button.

How do I enable performance insights on AWS?

Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon RDS console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/rds/ .

  1. Choose Databases.
  2. Choose a DB instance or Multi-AZ DB cluster, and choose Modify.
  3. In the Performance Insights section, choose either Enable Performance Insights or Disable Performance Insights.
  4. Choose Continue.

What three types of data can Performance Insight provide?

Performance Insights offers a domain-specific view of database load measured as average active sessions (AAS)….For tokenized SQL, there are three entries in each dimensions list:

  • db. sql_tokenized.
  • db. sql_tokenized.
  • db.sql_tokenized.id – The ID of the query inside Performance Insights.

How do I improve my AWS RDS performance?

An Amazon RDS performance best practice is to allocate enough RAM so that your working set resides almost completely in memory. The working set is the data and indexes that are frequently in use on your instance. The more you use the DB instance, the more the working set will grow.

How do I enable performance insight on AWS RDS?

How do you set up a performance counter?

Adding new counters

  1. Click the green plus button above the Performance Monitor graph.
  2. Select Local computer or the name of your computer from the drop-down menu.
  3. Select and expand the category of the item you want to monitor.
  4. Select the counters you want to monitor (e.g., Bytes Total/sec).