New feature: monitoring
This task is done by the admin node, in 2 possible ways: - email notifications, as soon as some state change; - new 'neoctl print summary' command that can be used periodically to check the health of the database. They report the same information. About backup clusters: The admin of the main cluster also monitors selected backup clusters, with the help of their admin nodes. Internally, when a backup master node connects to the upstream master node, it receives the address of the upstream admin node and forwards it to its admin node, which is therefore able to connect to the upstream admin node. So the 2 admin nodes remain connected and communicate in 2 ways: - the backup node notifies upstream about the health of the backup cluster; - the upstream node queries the backup node periodically to check whether replication is not too late. TODO: A few things are hard-coded and we may want to configure them: - backup lateness is checked every 10 min; - backup is expected to never be late. There's also no delay to prevent 2 consecutive emails from having the same Date: (unfortunately, the RFC 5322 does not allow sub-second precision), in which case the MUA can display them in random order. This is mostly confusing when one notification is OK and the other is not, because one may wonder if there's a new problem.
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