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When working in an environment with multiple people is typical that each person is tracking different queries to analyse ongoing changes/improvements.
Being able to note something as "Tracked by Cláudio. Following FIX #1234" would be great.
It will give us a clue on who is working on what and reach out to that person. Or just keep small notes during the analyses.6 votes
A great suggestion. We are exploring this as part of a wider review into improving query tuning features.
If I click on the "Source" Hyperlink in alert, this opens the server overview page for the relevant server, however, the displayed time frame is the default (24 hour period ending at the current time)
It would be helpful if the server overview page opened at the date / time of the alert as it is highly likely after clicking the hyperlink, that you are going to want to view the point in time of the alert2 votes
We're currently reviewing this suggestion as part of general usability improvements.
Context: We have a base monitor at our office connected to one or multiple base monitors at our clients environment.
Problem: To configure the base monitor at our clients location, we need to connect to that base monitor. In order for us to reach that base monitor we have a to connect through multiple VPN's and steppingstones, which makes a simple click a time consuming action for us.
Desired solution: We want to be able to configure a child base monitor from our central base monitor at our office. For example adding a member tot a group or check on…26 votes
We will soon be exploring how to make it easier to configure multiple base monitors.
The current Alerts page Select drop-down has None/All/Read/Unread
For events, such as Disk Space, being able to Select "Ended" to get rid of the noise, helps focus on what needs to be addressed.
If the list doesn't have any Event-type row, don't offer this pair of options.3 votes
We’ll look into this. In the meantime you can set-up a custom filter for Active or Ended events and use the ‘Select All’ to select these rows.
If the user mistypes their password when trying to log into the SQL Monitor dashboard, their Windows account gets locked out in Active Directory. This happens on the first failed attempt, so presumably there's an automatic retry happening.
(This ticket is similar to https://sqlmonitor.uservoice.com/forums/91743-suggestions/suggestions/16845169-keep-from-locking-account-when-registering-server, but that one is for the server monitor login and this is for the dashboard user's personal login)7 votes
Thanks for flagging this. Can you please raise the issue with support so that we can investigate further? You can do so via by going to: https://productsupport.red-gate.com/hc/en-us
Design lead – SQL Monitor
CONTEXT: In SQL Monitor, you can configure alert behaviour down to the object level (such as the Database or the Job level). This is useful e.g. when we have specific databases with different backup policies to our global configuration, since we can specifiy "special rules" for individual databases.
PROBLEM: It is counterintuitive how to do so, and many people don't spot the left-hand drilldown navigation - this makes you think that you can only configure on the global and the server level! Also, when we have created an override, it's easy to forget so causes surprise when we change the…172 votes
currently under investigation
I would like to see a a Sql Monitor "information" page that shows the "top 10" fragmented tables on a per database level.110 votes
Good idea! If this suggestion gets more traction, we’ll implement this.
I would like to see which alerts are firing more frequent over time.
It would be nice to be able to see alert statistics over time, tabluar or graphical.14 votes
We’re reviewing this and would appreciate any more context on what you would like to do with the information.
It may be just me (since no one sle has yet to suggest this) but a mobile friendly version of SQL Monitor for the ALERTS tab would be of great benefit. Currently I check the ALERTS on my SMART PHONE which has a screen waaaayyyy to small to do this but since I have no tablet option I have no other choice.
A mobile option at login to SQL Monitor would let those with smaller sized computing devices acccess the ALERTS tab so as to monitor/check in on their SQL Monitor instance remotely.
There are currently no plans for a SQL Monitor mobile app. We hope to improve the experience when using SQL Monitor on a mobile device. However at the moment we can’t give a timescale for when this might happen.
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