The part marked "Shell>" can be executed at the prompt in the user's account to obtain the result, and the part marked "iSQL>" executes iSQL to access the DB and executes the SQL statement to obtain information.
Monotoring Monitoring item
Existence of Altibase process
Shell> ps -ef | grep "altibase -p boot from" | grep -v grep
|1 or more|
System free memory
vmstat or command to view memory usage by each OS
Surveillance to maintain 20% margin
Altibase memory usage
|Monitors of sudden increase compared to usual usage|
Altibase memory DB allocation
In the form of monitoring memory DB allocation, the occupancy rate does not exceed 90%
System disk usage
Shell> df –k
|Monitors the usage of directories used by Altibase and whether or not it increases sharply compared to the usual usage|
Altibase disk DB allocation
Monitors disk DB allocation
Since only the currently allocated space is monitoring relative to the total availability, it is not actual usage. However, it is possible to determine whether to take additional actions when physical data files are insufficient.
Altibase trace log
Check for the existence of error messages beginning with "ERR-"
Take an action based on the severity of the ERR error
Monitors whether the following messages are periodically displayed in altibase_sm.log
Monitors the normal operation of the checkpoint and whether the log file is deleted normally, and if the number part is continuously displayed as None, it is necessary to check.
Altibase replication status
Monitors whether the REP_GAP item continues to increase