SQL SERVER – Msg 32055 – sp_refresh_log_shipping_monitor – There Was an Error Configuring the Remote Monitor Server

Since I started consulting, I never had “Monday Blues” because I don’t get any weekends. I am always ready to help without time boundaries. Consulting gives me exposure to the real customer issue, learn more and blog more. This also helps me to see what customers are implementing rather than what Microsoft has provided as features. This blog is an outcome of a consulting where everything was deployed successfully, but project sign-off was pending due to an issue with log-shipping monitoring. In this blog we would learn about fixing error There was an error configuring the remote monitor server. 

Read More

SQL SERVER – Monitoring SQL Server Never Got This Easy

In administering SQL Server databases, the DBA is often presented with the task of identifying resource bottlenecks on the system and the sources of those bottlenecks. Also, the DBA is challenged with the task of identifying why specific queries take significant time to execute or affect the performance of other queries on the system. This allows the DBA to find opportunities to tune queries and improve their performance and the overall performance impact on the system. In this blog we will explore identifying if any disk I/O bottlenecks are present that impact query performance on the system. Such action would allow a DBA to further deal with the I/O bottleneck. Let us learn about Monitoring SQL Server.

Read More

Hey DBA – Baselines and Performance Monitoring – Why? – Notes from the Field #058

In one of the recent communication with Mike, I had asked him a question that what is actually Baselines and Performance Monitoring? How do we define what is normal and what is not normal? Where do we draw lines when we talk about Performance Monitoring? Database expert Mike Walsh decided to help us with the answer of this question.

Read More
Menu