SQL Monitor 5

SQL Monitor 4.1 release notes

4.1.2 - April 7th, 2015

Features

  • Redesigned installer

Fixes

  • Connection no longer fails when using using an availability group listener due to incorrect SQL Server error log path
  • Minor optimization to query wait sampling

(warning) Known issue

When you upgrade to this version, the settings in the config file RedGate.Response.Engine.Alerting.Base.Service.exe.settings.config aren't preserved.

  • If you upgrade from SQL Monitor 3.x or earlier, the settings in the config file (by default located in %ProgramData\Red Gate\SQL Monitor <previous major version number>) aren't copied to the new config file for V4 (by default located in %ProgramData\Red Gate\SQL Monitor 4).
  • If you upgrade from SQL Monitor  4.x, the settings in the config file (by default located in %ProgramData\Red Gate\SQL Monitor 4) are overwritten.
We recommend you copy the existing config file before you upgrade to this version and use it to replace the new config file after you upgrade.

4.1.1 - February 18th, 2015

Features

  • Volume labels for disks on monitored servers are appended to their corresponding drive letters

Fixes

  • SRP-9495: Loading data animation now disappears after a top-ten query on a SQL Server instance overview page is clicked and cleared
  • SRP-9378, SRP-9426: Base Monitor can attempt to reconnect automatically after authentication failure (enabled with a config file option)

4.1.0 - June 12th, 2014

Features

  • Support for monitoring and base repository on SQL Server 2014.

Fixes

  • Registry key can now fully disable error reporting.
  • Issue with JSON serialization and a large number of databases is fixed.
  • Issue with deadlock parsing is fixed.
  • Parameter sniffing problem is fixed.
  • Monitoring of AlwaysOn Availability Groups is improved.
  • SRP-9395 - SQL Monitor no longer keeps locks on SQL Server error log files.
  • SRP-9399 - Wait stats now work correctly with a case sensitive Data Repository.
  • SRP-9401 - Wait stats now work correctly when monitoring SQL Server 2014.

Known issue

After adding a cluster to monitor, the Resources section may not display any information. To fix this, restart the Base Monitor service. For more information, see the troubleshooting page Resources section is empty.


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