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Please find the new WWWO post for Database Performance Analyzer here!
Interesting. Our downloads section is only showing 9.0 for DPA - SQL Server 9.0.146 with a link to the actual 9.0 download.
The DPA 9.0 links for DB2, Oracle and Sybase all take you to the 8.3.407 download.
Use the download from the SQL Server link then - they are all the same bits. We'll let the appropriate authorities know about the links pointing to the previous bits. 8 )
Preaching to the choir. Has something to do with how things are tracked from an accounting standpoint per my understanding (think SKUs). They *should* all be in sync though.
This list above is just for the what we are working. EBS support is still in Ignite/DPA. You have to either turn it on when registering an instance or turn it on for an instance in the advanced options (search for ORACLE_ERP)
Thank you for the quick reply!! I will check as advised.
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Does your not answering mean that we cannot have any information about when the new version is planned to go out ?
About the Tomcat version that will be used, still no information either ?
Thanks in anticipation for your answer.
I can give you some more information. I notice you are a customer of Database Performance Analyzer on thwack. I will take this offline and contact you.
Hi Kathleen, I'd be interested in having the ability to drill down by database, machine, user across a time period instead of within a time period. For instance, seeing only the performance information for a single database,user,machine over a day, hour, etc. In the current setup, it's challenging to try to determine the differences in performance over a specific time frame for these items since the charts get skewed by all of the other items in the list. Let me know your thoughts or if I should provide further clarification.
The current version is relying on Tomcat 6, which has a number of vulnerabilities.
Will the next version rely on a newer, more secure version of Tomcat ?
Same question about Apache and JQuery.
An operational dashboard for AlwaysOn Availability Groups. We use the dashboards within SSMS however it would be nice to see this information available within Ignite/DBA as well.
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