The following table lists the objects that are installed when you monitor a SQL Anywhere database.
|Object name||Object type||Description|
|sa_monitor_user||Database user||This read-only user is added to the database to collect metrics. Because this user is added to the database being monitored, it is not necessary to store the DBA credentials anywhere outside the database that is being monitored. It may be necessary to allow sa_monitor_user to bypass password verification. The sa_monitor_user has a random password known only to the Monitor and it does not have administrator privileges.|
This table contains metrics about failed connection attempts, and is used with sa_monitor_connection_failed_event. The metrics in this table are deleted as metrics are retrieved from the Monitor.
|sa_monitor_connection_failed_event||Event||This event fires on the ConnectFailed system event (every time a connection attempt fails), and inserts a record into the sa_monitor_connection_failure table.|
|sa_monitor_count_unsubmitted_crash_reports||Function||This function calls the xp_srvmon_count_unsubmitted_crash_reports procedure to gather a count of the number of unsubmitted crash reports.|
Because the database objects are owned by a single owner, you can delete all of them by executing the following statement:
DROP USER sa_monitor_user;
To reinstall the database objects, see Repair database resources.
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