OpsMgr: How to monitor non-Microsoft SQL databases in SCOM – an example using Postgre SQL


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Comments (8)
  1. Thanks for the great post

  2. Kevin Holman says:

    @Bharath –

    The providers don’t change – as they are for the Windows Agent running the synthetic transaction. It is irrelevant what OS is hosting the remote database.

  3. Régis Vanderbruggen says:

    Little remark, if you want to monitor several oracle databases, just take the same connection string and just replace the name of the db if you use the same user name and password to log into the database.

  4. bharath.u says:

    Hi Kevin,

    What if we need to monitor postgre SQL which is installed on Linux Server. Do we need any provider for that.

    Thanks in Advance

  5. Pascal V says:

    Regarding the Y Axis, what is the unit of measurement? I’d assume Milliseconds…

    Tkx

  6. Lynda says:

    it does not work

  7. Lynda says:

    Health Explorer may show as critical

  8. Lynda says:

    I have the following error message: OleDb Module encountered a failure 0x80004005 during execution and will post it as output data item. Unspecified error
    : ORA-12560: TNS : erreur d’adaptateur de protocole

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