EnterpriseDB: Management Server
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EnterpriseDB offers enterprise class administration by providing the
EnterpriseDB DBA Management Server. The DBA Management Server is
a web based database monitoring and configuration tool. You can
monitor multiple database servers from a central DBA Management
launch the DBA Management Server by selecting it from the EnterpriseDB
menu or you can navigate to the URL directly by entering
http://<server name>localhost:9000/edb-mgmtsvr. Replace the
<server name> with the name of the host that is running your
EnterpriseDB DBA Management Server.
tested the management server with IE 5.1, 6.0 and 7.0 and with Firefox
1.5 and 2.0. Depending on your security settings, you may get a
certificate error. You can choose to ignore the error and the
page should still launch.
have logged in, you will navigate through the management server via a
menu. The menu options are Home, Monitoring, SQL, Scheduler,
Messaging, Reporting, EnterpriseDB Network and Online Help. Each
of these menu options and their sub-options are detailed below.
the screens and reports contain an Adobe PDF icon. If you click
on that icon, the DBA Management Server will generate a PDF file of
the information you are viewing and launch the Adobe viewer.
using the DBA Management Server, you must first login. You will
need to login as a DBA or as a super user such as the enterprisedb
6.1: EnterpriseDB DBA Management Server Login
first menu that I will cover is the Home menu. The first
sub-option under Home is Home Page. This page launches when you
first enter the DBA Management Server.
Management Server home page is a dashboard showing the general
activity on your system. If you have two gray areas on your
screen informing you that you must enable block-level statistics,
re-read the DBA Management Server overview in Chapter 2 or read below
in the section titled "Configuration".
view the home page, Figure 6.2, you will originally see only a single
tab with the label of the local database. You are able to add
multiple databases by registering clusters and each cluster you
register will add a new tab to the home page.
6.2: EnterpriseDB DBA Management Server Home
first graph is a display of the number of transactions that have been
run in both the EDB and MGMTSVR databases. The second graph is a
display of the memory activity and the third graph is a display of the
choose whether or not to include any particular databases by changing
the configuration of the cluster.
is an excerpt from the book "EnterpriseDB:
The Definitive Reference" by Rampant TechPress.