Slow MongoDB Operations
To detect expensive calls to a MongoDB instance, Plumbr monitors DBCollection and MongoCollection interface methods such as find() and findAndModify(). When a call via such an API starts affecting the end user experience, the operation is listed as a root cause exposing the MongoDB operation called along with the call stack from the thread executing the operation.
In order to reduce noise and get a prioritized list of expensive MongoDB operations, Plumbr groups expensive operations triggered by the same root cause together, allowing you to rank the expensive operations based on the number of times they are detected.
Plumbr supports and monitors both the 2.x and 3.x versions of MongoDB drivers.