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Metasys Database Manager Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
Metasys Database Manager
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011202
Version
13.0
Revision date
2023-08-14
Product status
Active
Language
English

The Metasys Database Manager taskbar icon changes color and size to alert you if a database exceeds the limits defined in the monitoring settings (see Choosing monitoring settings). When you click the icon, a balloon offers more details on the status of the databases.

The icon represents three states:

Normal

A small green database icon appears when all databases are within their limits. When you click the icon, a balloon displays the following text:

Status: Normal

All Metasys Databases are within acceptable file size limits.

When you click the balloon, the Statistics tab of the Metasys Database Manager appears.

Warning

A medium-sized yellow database icon appears when one or more databases exceed their warning limits. When you click the icon, a balloon displays the following text:

Status: Warning

The following Databases are past their warning limits: DatabaseName

When you click the balloon, the Maintenance tab of the Metasys Database Manager appears so that you can maintain the database.

To define the Warning settings, see Choosing monitoring settings.

Alarm

A large red database icon appears when:

  • One or more databases exceed their alarm limits.

  • The Metasys Database Manager cannot connect with the SQL Server database.

  • The Metasys Database Manager is installed before the ADS, ADX, OAS, NAE85, or LCS85 and no historical databases are present. In this situation, the Metasys Database Manager opens in Expert Mode, showing the Restore tab so that you can restore the databases. See Expert mode.

When you click the icon, a balloon displays the following text:

Status: Alarm

The following databases need to be maintained: DatabaseName

When you click the balloon, the Maintenance tab of the Metasys Database Manager appears so that you can maintain the database.

To define the Alarm settings, see Choosing monitoring settings.