DBA Mary extraordinary,
What makes your tables grow?
When queries propel through my TSQL shell
data ingests into neat little rows.
This will likely be the last post in my series about monitoring the pihole DNS server. You can find part 1, “Your Pi-Hole is a Rich Source of Data,” here and part 2, “Mind the Gap,” here. If you’ve been reading along, it should be clear that this is not so much about the pi-hole in particular as it is about ways New Relic allows you to manipulate observability data. The truth is that the pi-hole provided me with a number of great examples of the different ways data can present itself out of various systems.