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Foglight for DB2 (Cartridge) 7.1.0 - Getting Started Guide

Introduction to Foglight for DB2 LUW Using Reference
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Adding and Configuring Agents

Enabling the Foglight Management Server to monitor DB2 instances requires the creation of the Foglight agents that monitor these instances. Ensure that these agents communicate properly with the Foglight Management Server.

Foglight for DB2 LUW provides a graphic, intuitive method for creating and configuring multiple agents, which can be used instead of Foglight’s default method for creating agents and editing their properties using the Agent Administration dashboard. Foglight for DB2 LUW provides a wizard as a common entry point for adding and configuring instances for monitoring.

This topic ontains instruction for using the instance installation wizard, and the steps that should be taken for monitoring the newly added database instances.

IMPORTANT: When running Foglight for DB2 LUW in a Federation architecture, agents cannot be created or administered from the central Foglight Management Server (the Federation Master). These two tasks should be carried out from the stand-alone Management Servers (the Federated Children).

Understanding the Foglight for DB2 LUW Architecture

Understanding the Foglight for DB2 LUW Architecture

The communication architecture of Foglight for DB2 LUW:

Configuring the On Demand Port on the Agent Manager Concentrator

If a firewall is installed between the Management Server and the Agent Manager, the bidirectional RMI connection is not possible because RMI requests require direct connection.

This issue can be resolved by creating an RMI proxy server on the concentrator — an Agent Manager instance that works similarly to an HTTP proxy. This RMI proxy server can be configured to accept RMI requests from the Management Server and direct them to the Agent Manager instances (called downstream instances). For additional details about the concentrator, see Configuring an Agent Manager Instance as a Concentrator in the Agent Manager Installation Guide.

A concentrator agent, created specifically for Foglight, allows you to control the RMI server so that the server is initialized (starts collecting data) when the agent starts, and stops when data retrieval by the agent ends. The agent, created manually by the user, requires you to configure the following parameters:

Each time the Foglight Management Server sends an RMI request, the list of downstream hosts, which the concentrator agent submits, is being searched.

Go to Dashboards > Administration > Agents > Agent Status.
Click Create Agent.
Select the agent type DB_DB2_Concentrator.
Click Create.
Click Edit Properties.
Click Modify properties for this agent only.
Click Edit to edit the list of downstream Agent Managers.
Click Add Row.
Repeat Step 7 to Step 8 as many times as required.
Click Save Changes.
Click Save at the lower right corner of the screen.
Click Back To Agent Status.
Click OK to complete the process.

Configuring Foglight for DB2 LUW Monitoring Agents

Configuring Foglight for DB2 LUW Monitoring Agents

A wizard guides you through the process of configuring Foglight for DB2 LUW agents. You are prompted to specify connection details for the DB2 host, instances, and databases. As you go, you can validate log in credentials, database and instance connectivity, and host connectivity. You can correct issues by granting database permissions, setting monitoring switches, and configuring parameters.

In the navigation panel, under Homes, click Databases.
In the instances table, click the Monitor link and select DB2.
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