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Re: How to add server to enterprise monitor?
Posted by: Ratna Kumar Kavuturu ()
Date: February 28, 2012 09:17PM

Hi Mark,

Thanks for your reply.

Let me explain scenario in my office.

I have few production databases running on Debian Linux OS. I want monitor all these databases on Windows PC using MySQL Enterprise Monitor tool.

I downloaded MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3 Service Manager for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) and MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3 Agent for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) from Oracle website.

I installed and configured above said two software on my Windows PC. But i could not connect my Linux produciton databases using Windows PC Enterprise Dashboard.

I realised later that i might need to install agent on Linux OS, so downloaded MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3 Agent for Linux x86. Installed and configured with all default values.

However, i am still not able to figure it out how do i add my databases running on Linux OS into my Windows PC Enterprise Dashboard ?

Did i miss out any steps? Please guide me or refer me any documentation which helps me resolve above said problems.

Greately appreciated if you could provide me complete steps to work based on situation on above mentioned.

Thanks in advance!

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How to add server to enterprise monitor? 2480 Ratna Kumar Kavuturu 02/20/2012 07:52PM
Re: How to add server to enterprise monitor? 1556 Mark Matthews 02/24/2012 11:42AM
Re: How to add server to enterprise monitor? 3296 Ratna Kumar Kavuturu 02/28/2012 09:17PM
Re: How to add server to enterprise monitor? 1746 Ratna Kumar Kavuturu 03/07/2012 02:14AM
Re: How to add server to enterprise monitor? 1713 Oliver Candelario 04/19/2012 08:59PM
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