The monitoring plugin check_mysql_slavestatus, a plugin to monitor MySQL slave replications (and catching potential non obvious errors), is somewhat special to me. It is the first and oldest monitoring I publicly released and is more than 11 years old already. Time flies.
Although I haven't worked on the plugin for years doesn't mean the plugin is dead. The new version includes changes from public PR's (which I haven't answered in years, shame on me!) and additional updates and improvements. Here's an overview:
Documentation was updated accordingly.
Note: Obviously "MySQL" in this context means "MySQL and it's derivatives", as MariaDB, Percona, etc.
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