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Nagios/centreon : Need to monitor database instances

Posted on 2014-03-20
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Hello expert,

I have a question regarding nagios/centreon.

I have a dag with 3 exchange database instance  (sql server).

The 3 instance are "Users_512mb" "Users-1G"  and "Users2G".

I want to be able to check separately the health state of those 3 database and to be able to create a map.

Please help
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MSSQL and sybase network protocol is called TDS, if you ask google about that and nagios you get in the right place.
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I am able to monitor database server with a single instance, but don't know the process of monitoring database server with multiple instances...
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I enumerate windows services, but you may try better...
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still haven't found the solution, but thanx for your help
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Nagios can check in list of windows services if both DB instance processes are running..
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