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What Would YOU Like The Database Health Monitor To Do?

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14 comments on “Request a Feature
  1. otroperegrino says:

    The Beta 6 is an excellent tool to monitor our production databases. Congratulations, and thank you very much! Please include in the next version the duration of the main stored procedures for each database, and the possibility of including this feature on historical information.

  2. Lee says:

    This tool is the best. Everything is spot on. The only thing I would like to see is the ability to print out the report on the screen. I use this in my meetings and right now have to take screen shots. Would love to see it email and print, but mainly print.

    • Matt says:

      I have to agree. I love this tool, but the ability to print or email would be a great bonus. Screenshots aren’t always the best.

  3. cstephens says:

    The download page is not loading and version 8.1 zip says it’s an old version and will not run. Can you direct to latest download?

  4. Calvin Jones says:

    It would be nice to have an option to sort the databases in the tree by name instead of by database ID.

    • Steve Stedman SteveStedman says:

      Calvin, Great suggestion. I have just added a right click popup menu to the database list to allow people to choose between Sort by name and sort by database Id. This will be out in the next version (Beta 9), before the end of the year.

  5. Oleg says:

    Add replication/mirroring/tlog shipping monitor?

  6. Bill Bergen says:

    Hi Steve
    Keep up the outstanding work.
    Any way to decrypt your stored procedures?

    • Yes, I am sure there is, but what do you want to see? Can I help with something in particular?


      • Bill Bergen says:

        Mgmt would like to keep a flat file of all stored procedures for DR

        • Bill Bergen says:

          Any thoughts on this. you could send to corp email in order to maintain your security and integrity of code.

          • Bill – That’s interesting. I guess I don’t really have a good way to do this… I don’t really want to give the source code away but I see their point.

            I guess I look it at like many released products, you could go with a commercial product, or you could go with an open source tool where you can see all the source code.

            If you were to purchase a competing product such as one of the Dell products, Solar Winds, or an Idera product would they provide the source code to you?

            Perhaps Database Health Monitor isn’t the right tool for your management environment.

            Sorry I don’t have a better response.

            -Steve Stedman

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