- Is the database up?
- How are the nodes performing?
- Is the load distribution equal?
- 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
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
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.
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
DB2 UDB Extended
(64-bit) coming soon!
Server Software 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.
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