Database Status
and
Performance Summary
at a Glance


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EEE-GUY™ 1.2

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EEE-GUY product sheet (PDF)

Features

  • Is the database up?
  • How are the nodes performing?
    • Is the load distribution equal?
    • Skewed?
    • Is there a bottleneck node?
  • Any problems in db2diag.log?

Get EEE-GUY and quickly see database status and node performance at a glance. Monitor db2diag.log and/or any other file for alerts or problems. Automatically attempt a db2start or other remedial actions in the event a failure is discovered.

EEE-GUY is monitoring one of our DB2/EEE databases right now, please take a look and see for yourself how easy it can be to monitor DB2 EE and EEE performance.

Did you notice?

  • You can view db2diag.log files in your browser?
  • You get a connection summary and details from "db2 list applications?"
  • You can view a log of alert actions taken?
    • Email Alerts - Send to email, pagers, phones, Palm Pilots ...
    • Execute OS commands
    • Execute scripts --- alert capability is extensible
  • Node performance can be sorted by CPU, sorts, or I/O?
  • From the node summary, you can drill down to node details?
  • Our database was alive?
    • We use an alert to auto-restart db2 if there is a database or system crash

Architecture

EEE-GUY leverages the node performance information that is already being gathered by Wise-GUY at each node. For each node, EEE-GUY obtains the performance information from Wise-GUY then sorts it according to the criteria specified by the user.

By doing this, EEE-GUY is able to present a ranked chart of individual node performance neatly summarized on a single page. We also added a little UNIX magic to make the db2diag.log [and/or any other file(s) you care to specify] conveniently available in your web browser.

We heard a number of DB2 UDB users were writing homegrown db2diag.log monitors with alert capabilities, so we added this function to EEE-GUY as well. So you'll no longer need to maintain your home grown tool if you're using one.

Not monitoring db2diag.log? Why not? You should be.

Platforms Supported

EEE-GUY is ready for DB2 UDB versions 6.1, 7.x, and 8.1 for both Enterprise Edition (EE) and Extended Enterprise Edition (EEE).

 

DB2 UDB Enterprise Edition

DB2 UDB Extended Enterprise Edition

Operating
System
Supported Versions Remarks
AIX®

5.1 (32-bit)

4.3

5.1 (64-bit) coming soon!
Sun Solaris®

8

7

2.6

 
Linux® Intel

OS/390 coming soon!

HP-UX® HP-UX Inquire for details

Server Software Requirements


Hardware Requirements

  • Software requires approximately 5MB of disk space


Vision for the Future

We would enjoy the opportunity to discuss our future plans and directions with you. Please complete our additional information request form.


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Last Updated: Fri, 06 Jun 2003 15:03:24 EDT

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