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  1. Viewing component information and log files

    Log files collect information about SQL Monitor while you are using it. These files are useful if you have a problem

    /sm8/advanced-operations/viewing-component-information-and-log-files

  2. List of metrics

    ) of all data files (.mdf and .ndf) and log files (.ldf) for this database. Equivalent PerfMon counter SQLServer:Databases

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/analysis-graph/list-of-metrics

  3. Can't log in to SQL Monitor with Active Directory

    If SQL Monitor is configured to authenticate users with Active Directory and you're unable to log in, check that: you've typed

    /sm8/troubleshooting/can-t-log-in-to-sql-monitor-with-active-directory

  4. Managing security

    to the configuration file. Log files No sensitive information is logged in the log files created by the monitoring service or web

    /sm8/configuring-sql-monitor/security-authentication-and-user-roles/managing-security

  5. WRITELOG

    to the buffer cache and the log cache. Data in the log cache is then written to the transaction log file on the physical disk once

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/writelog

  6. Availability group overview

    of the transaction log. A log flush occurs when data is written from the log cache to the physical transaction log file on disk, every ti

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/availability-group-overview

  7. SQL Monitor 4.1 release notes

    . Monitoring of AlwaysOn Availability Groups is improved. SRP-9395 - SQL Monitor no longer keeps locks on SQL Server error log files. SRP

    /sm8/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-4-1-release-notes

  8. Monitoring status explained

    :support@red-gate.com with information about your error, including relevant log file details. See Viewing component information and log fi

    /sm8/configuring-sql-monitor/configuring-monitored-servers/monitoring-status-explained

  9. SQL Monitor 3.4 release notes

    ), including: clicking and dragging to change the time frame zooming in and out with the mouse wheel Log files can be retrieved from

    /sm8/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-3-4-release-notes

  10. SQL Monitor 7.1 release notes

    of percentage values for log file usage SRP-11583 - Allow ampersand symbol to be in report names SRP-11587 - Prevent default

    /sm8/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-7-1-release-notes

  11. SQL Monitor connection error - Cannot generate SSPI context

    , and the exception message in the log file contains "Cannot generate SSPI context", do the following: 1: Stop your SQL Server service

    /sm8/troubleshooting/error-messages/sql-monitor-connection-error-cannot-generate-sspi-context

  12. Monitoring servers without sysadmin permissions

    of the RedGate.SQLMonitor.Engine.Alerting.Base.Service.exe.settings.config file and store it Open the original file and locate the <colle

    /sm8/advanced-operations/monitoring-servers-without-sysadmin-permissions

  13. List of alerts

    , msdb and tempdb as they are generally MBs in size and in most scenarios don't grow significantly, and on log files and tempdb

    /sm8/alerts/list-of-alerts

  14. Privacy Information

    access via a remote session. The log files are an important tool for troubleshooting, and ideally should be included in all

    /sm8/getting-started/privacy-information

  15. IO_COMPLETION

    of date, consider upgrading. Think about moving log files to a different disk, so they’re separate from database data files. See

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/io_completion

  16. Configuring the SQL Monitor database

    the Size of the Transaction Log File (MSDN) https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365418.aspx#ShrinkSize. Using virtual

    /sm8/getting-started/installing/configuring-the-sql-monitor-database

  17. SQL Monitor 8.0 Release Notes

    details including usage for databases and files Fixes Some performance improvements to the Estates Backups and Jobs pages SRP-11759

    /sm8/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-8-0-release-notes

  18. SQL Monitor 5.0 release notes

    : Improved UI of installer to avoid truncations SRP-10108: If you’re logged in to SQL Monitor in one tab, and then you log out in another

    /sm8/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-5-0-release-notes

  19. Testing data collection methods

    SQL Monitor collects data from your monitored servers by using: WMI remote file access SQL If you're having connection

    /sm8/advanced-operations/testing-data-collection-methods

  20. HADR_SYNCHRONIZING_THROTTLE

    to Synchronized. In synchronous-commit mode, the primary replica sends log records to the secondary replica, and then waits

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/hadr_synchronizing_throttle

  21. HADR_SYNC_COMMIT

    finished hardening the commit in their log. The HADR_SYNC_COMMIT wait type reflects the time taken for the primary replica

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/hadr_sync_commit

  22. PAGEIOLATCH_UP

    . Think about moving log files to a different disk, so they’re separate from database data files. See Storage Top 10 Best Practises

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/pageiolatch_up

  23. PAGEIOLATCH_EX

    server load: If your disk drivers and BIOS are out of date, consider upgrading. Think about moving log files to a different disk

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/pageiolatch_ex

  24. PAGEIOLATCH_SH

    are out of date, consider upgrading. Think about moving log files to a different disk, so they’re separate from database data

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/pageiolatch_sh

  25. PAGEIOLATCH_DT

    : If your disk drivers and BIOS are out of date, consider upgrading. Think about moving log files to a different disk, so they’re

    /sm8/analyzing-performance/overview-pages/using-performance-diagnostics/list-of-common-wait-types/pageiolatch_dt


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