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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide

In this section, we’ll discuss about: dbWatch Backup Restoring Configuration Backup Fault Finding Guide Issues and Troubleshooting Definition Mapping ← Internal Control Center firewall / Backup of dbWatch →

Operating System

Advanced Topics » Product Security » Operating System

Operating System dbWatch Control Center supports: Windows Server 2008 and newer Windows 10 and newer Linux Ubuntu 20.04 LTS It could work fine on older or newer versions. Please check the install guides for more detailed information. Install guide on…

Console installation on Ubuntu

Getting Started » Installing on Linux » Console installation on Ubuntu

Before You Start Before installing the dbWatch Control Center, note that the installer requires root privileges. For simplicity, this documentation demonstrates steps executed as the root user. You may use ‘sudo’ as an alternative. This guide is for…

Fresh Installation of dbWatch Control Center

Troubleshooting Guide » Fresh Installation of dbWatch Control Center

After installing a newer version of dbWatch Control Center, you may encounter problems such as an expired license or a locked account due to forgetting the admin credentials. Here’s a simple guide on doing a fresh installation of dbWatch Control Center.…

Discovering Database Instances

Using Control Center » Autodiscover » Discovering Database Instances

The dbWatch Autodiscover feature scans your network and locates database instances that are available. You will find the Autodiscover feature under the “Autodiscover” tab on the left-most side of the dbWatch Monitor. In the Autodiscover view, you have 3…

Getting Started

Getting Started

Downloading the latest version of Control Center You can get a download link to the latest version of dbWatch Control Center by registering for a free evaluation copy Wait for dbWatch’s Confirmation Email. Follow the steps and link in that email. There are…

Backup of dbWatch

Troubleshooting Guide » Backup of dbWatch

When we think about backup of dbWatch, this involves several different parts of the software and installation: dbWatch Server and configuration files dbWatch Server places its configuration files and workarea in “C:\ProgramData\dbWatchControlCenter\” by…

FAQs

Additional Resources » FAQs

In this section – you will find the frequently asked questions regarding the dbWatch. Do you offer an evaluation copy of your product? - Yes, we do offer a 30-day trial for a maximum of 25 database instances of any database platforms supported. We can also…

Adding a PostgreSQL Instance

Using Control Center » Instance management » Adding a PostgreSQL Instance

How to get here To open the “Add Instance Wizard”, click on the “Plus (+)” sign on the bottom left of the dbWatch Client. This will bring up the “Add Instance” wizard, which will guide you through the following steps. Select Instance Type and Input…

Adding a MySQL Instance

Using Control Center » Instance management » Adding a MySQL Instance

How to get here To open the “Add Instance Wizard”, click on the “Plus (+)” sign on the bottom left of the dbWatch Client. This will bring up the “Add Instance” wizard, which will guide you through the following steps. Select Instance Type and Input…

Adding an Oracle Instance

Using Control Center » Instance management » Adding an Oracle Instance

Oracle Prerequisites !1. Oracle databases need to have a listener process running and also allow for an external login with sysdba user or user with enough privileges. 2. You need a privileged user, such as sys as sysdba, another user with sysdba privileges or…

The modules of Control Center

Using Control Center » The modules of Control Center

We have seven default modules available when you start dbWatch Control Center. This article will only introduce you to what these instances are and give a brief description of them. You need to be familiar with the navigation tree to better understand how these modules…

Graphical installation on Ubuntu

Before you start The installer for dbWatch Control Center requires root to run. However, when we want to run the software under a different user once installed. I will run all the first steps as user root for documentation simplicity. You can use sudo instead. This…

Licensing terms

Licensing terms

dbWatch End User License Agreement 1. PARTIES This License and Services Agreement (“Agreement”) is between dbWatch AS, organization number 991 500 456 Norway (“dbWatch”), and the Customer, which is the entity or person whose name and contact details as it…

Release notes

About dbWatch Control Center » Release notes

dbWatch Control Center (2023-09-27) Download Important note Linux release is now available as an apt repository, see Linux install guide Only the server installation is available on Linux in this release (no graphical client or CCC scripting engine) New…