ManageEngine® SQLDBManager Plus
This section explains the global settings that can be made in SQLDBManager Plus. To access Global Settings, click the Admin tab and click Global Settings. On performing any of the configurations, click Update Global Settingsbutton provided at the bottom of the page.
Do not hide Advanced configuration in Alarm Configuration
By selecting this option, you can always have all the advanced options expanded by default in the "Configure Alarms" and "New Threshold" screens. By default, while configuring actions at attribute level, only the 'Critical Severity' actions can be associated with the Health of the attribute.
Associations of Warning and Clear severity actions are hidden. Likewise, by default, while creating new Thresholds, only the critical threshold is set.
Warning and clear thresholds are hidden. This is to aid customers who require only the critical configurations and they may not be interested in fine grained configuration of thresholds & alarms.
Restart the product in case of serious server error
By selecting this option, you can restart SQLDBManager Plus automatically, incase any serious server error like out of memory error occurs.
Note: This host will be monitored only if you have provided the required configuration information.
By default, the debug prints are added to log files and are placed under <SQLDBManager Plus Home>/logs directory. You can configure the logging mechanism using the following Logging Settings.
Stop logging: If this option is selected, debug prints are not added to the log files.
Print Fatal errors only: If this option is selected, the debug prints are added to the log files only when there are fatal or critical errors in the functioning of SQLDBManager Plus.
Print Warning errors only: If this option is selected, only the warning level debug prints are added to the log files.
Print all logs: This is the default setting. All debug prints are added to the logs generated by SQLDBManager Plus.
Show Plot shape in graph: By selecting this option, you can see the dots / blobs in the line graphs.
Moving Average: A simple moving average is the unweighted mean of the previous n data points. For example, a 10-day simple moving average of attribute value like CPU utilization is the mean of the previous 10 days' CPU Utilization value. By selecting this option, you can add moving average graph in the 7, 30 graphs of the various monitors.
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