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SQL Ranger 4.0 adds the ability to save monitor history out to a SQL database. SQLRanger application. Future enhancements will leverage the database history to show point-in-time statistics on the monitor. Also, reports based on the history database are in the works.
To set up history monitoring, Go to the About Tab and press the Configure Monitor button.
Check out the updated SQLRanger application. It has a refreshed monitor with several additions. Let me know what you think.
So, this article ruffled a few feathers. I believe it’s because of the provocative title. I wrote the title that way so that I could, “Catching the Readers Attention”. The truth of course is that not EVERY SQL Server will be a cluster, but the point I was trying to make is that you should consider using clustering for the reasons I state in the article. All valid reasons.
Check out my article over on SQLServerCentral http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/cluster/108625/
It’s finally out. SQLRanger is sporting a new monitor interface.
Check it out in the tools section.