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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Database monitoring » SQL Anywhere Monitor » Alerts


Specifying alert thresholds

 Configure when alerts should be issued

As an administrator you can configure when alerts should be issued. But, you cannot configure what metrics the Monitor collects nor can you configure the default resource, the SQL Anywhere Monitor.

  1. Log in to the Monitor as an administrator.

  2. Click Tools » Administration.

  3. Click Resources, and then select a resource from the list.

  4. Click Configure.

  5. Click Alert Thresholds. Edit the thresholds. For definitions of the alerts, see Alert thresholds.

  6. Configure the other settings as required.

  7. Click Save.

  8. If you are prompted for authorization, specify the database's DBA user ID and password.

    When you edit the resource for a SQL Anywhere database, you must supply the DBA user ID and password for the database. These credentials are used to connect to the database and alter the installed database objects needed to monitor it. The DBA credentials are then removed from the Monitor.

  9. Click Close.

  10. Click Close.

 See also

Suppressing alerts for unsubmitted error reports from resources