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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Monitoring Your Database » SQL Anywhere Monitor » Monitoring resources

 

Interpreting resource states and status

The top pane of the Monitoring tab contains a table that lists the SQL Anywhere databases that are being monitored. In this table, the State column provides information about the connections between the Monitor and its resources. The Status column indicates whether the resources require an operator or an administrator user to perform actions on them. See Working with Monitor users.

Resource state

A resource is always in one of the following states:

  • Alive   The resource is connected and the Monitor is collecting metrics.

  • Blackout   The Monitor is waiting for the blackout period to end before it resumes monitoring of the resource.

  • Database Down   The SQL Anywhere database being monitored is stopped.

  • Host Down   The Monitor cannot locate the computer that is hosting the resource.

  • Unknown   The Monitor is not monitoring the resource.

Resource status

A resource has one of the following statuses:

  • Healthy   There are no unresolved alerts for the resources.

  • Needs Attention   There are one or more alerts for the resource.

  • Monitoring Stopped   The resource is not being monitored.

  • Unknown   The resource is not alive and there are no alerts for it.