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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 (Français) » Relay Server » Monitoring your Relay Server » SQL Anywhere Monitor for Relay Server

 

Start the Monitor

When you start the Monitor, it connects to the resources and collects metrics for all resources in the Monitor.

The Monitor is designed to run silently in the background. You interact with the Monitor through its browser interface. It is recommended that you leave the Monitor running continuously in the background to collect the metrics.

Note

You can only run one edition of the Monitor on a computer at a time.

 ♦  To start the Monitor Developer Edition (Windows)
  1. On the computer where the Monitor is installed, choose Start » Programs » SQL Anywhere 12 » Administration Tools » SQL Anywhere Monitor.

    The Monitor connects to the resources and begins collecting metrics for all resources in the Monitor, and:

    • A browser opens the default URL for logging in to the Monitor: http://localhost:4950.

      Note

      If you are accessing the Monitor over a network, browse to http://computer-name:4950, where computer-name is the name of the computer the Monitor is running.

      See Log in remotely to the Monitor .

    • The SQL Anywhere Monitor icon appears in the system tray.

  2. Log in.

    In the browser, enter your user name and password for the Monitor. The user name and password for the Monitor are case sensitive. There are three different types of users: administrators, operators, and read-only users. Each type of user has different permissions. The default user is an administrator with the name admin and the password admin. See Monitor users.

    You can select Remember Me On This Computer to have your session persist for two weeks or until you log out. If Remember Me On This Computer is cleared, your session expires when you close the browser or log out.

 ♦  To start the Monitor Developer Edition (Linux)
  1. On the computer where the Monitor is installed, start the Monitor.

    Run the samonitor.sh script from the bin32 or bin64 directory in the Monitor installation directory:

    samonitor.sh launch

    The Monitor connects to the resources and begins collecting metrics for all resources in the Monitor, and a browser opens the default URL for logging in to the Monitor: http://localhost:4950.

    Note

    If you are accessing the Monitor over a network, browse to http://computer-name:4950, where computer-name is the name of the computer the Monitor is running. See Log in remotely to the Monitor .

  2. Log in.

    In the browser, enter your user name and password for the Monitor. The user name and password for the Monitor are case sensitive. There are three different types of users: administrators, operators, and read-only users. Each type of user has different permissions. The default user is an administrator with the name admin and the password admin. See Monitor users.

    You can select Remember Me On This Computer to have your session persist for two weeks or until you log out. If Remember Me On This Computer is cleared, your session expires when you close the browser or log out.

 ♦  To start the Monitor Production Edition (Windows)
  1. On Windows, by default, the Monitor Production Edition runs automatically as a service when installed. Because it runs as a service, this Monitor also starts automatically when the computer starts. If you stop the Monitor, you can restart the Monitor service by doing one of the following steps:

    • On the computer where the Monitor is installed, choose Start » Programs » SQL Anywhere 12 Monitor » SQL Anywhere Monitor.

    • Run the samonitor batch file from the bin32 or bin64 directory in the Monitor installation directory. This batch file starts the Monitor service:

      samonitor.bat start

    The Monitor starts collecting metrics.

  2. Browse to the URL for logging in to the Monitor. The default URL is http://localhost:4950.

    Note

    If you are accessing the Monitor over a network, browse to http://computer-name:4950, where computer-name is the name of the computer the Monitor is running. See Log in remotely to the Monitor .

  3. Log in.

    When prompted, enter your user name and password for the Monitor. The user name and password for the Monitor are case sensitive. There are three different types of users: administrators, operators, and read-only users. Each type of user has different permissions. The default user is an administrator with the name admin and the password admin. See Monitor users.

    You can select Remember Me On This Computer to have your session persist for two weeks or until you log out. If Remember Me On This Computer is cleared, your session expires when you close the browser or log out.

 ♦  To start the Monitor Production Edition (Linux)
  1. On Linux, by default, the Monitor Production Edition runs automatically as a service when installed. Because it runs as a service, this Monitor also starts automatically when the computer starts. If you stop the Monitor, you can restart the Monitor service by running the samonitor.sh script from the bin32 or bin64 directory in the Monitor installation directory. This script starts the Monitor service:

    samonitor.sh launch

    The Monitor starts collecting metrics and the browser opens.

  2. Browse to the URL for logging in to the Monitor. The default URL is http://localhost:4950.

    Note

    If you are accessing the Monitor over a network, browse to http://computer-name:4950, where computer-name is the name of the computer the Monitor is running. See Log in remotely to the Monitor .

    The Monitor connects to the resources and begins collecting metrics for all resources in the Monitor, and a browser opens the default URL for logging in to the Monitor: http://localhost:4950.

    Note

    If you are accessing the Monitor over a network, browse to http://computer-name:4950, where computer-name is the name of the computer the Monitor is running. See Log in remotely to the Monitor .

  3. Log in.

    When prompted, enter your user name and password for the Monitor. The user name and password for the Monitor are case sensitive. There are three different types of users: administrators, operators, and read-only users. Each type of user has different permissions. The default user is an administrator with the name admin and the password admin. See Monitor users.

    You can select Remember Me On This Computer to have your session persist for two weeks or until you log out. If Remember Me On This Computer is cleared, your session expires when you close the browser or log out.

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