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Metalogix Diagnostic Manager 4.15 - User Guide

Copyright Welcome to Metalogix Diagnostic Manager Getting Started The Diagnostic Manager Home Page Configuring your Deployment Using Alerts Viewing and Reporting on the Performance of SharePoint Farms, Server Group, and Office 365 Tenants Monitoring SharePoint and Web Pages Viewing the Health of a Farm Monitoring StoragePoint Timer Job Performance Viewing ULS Log Entries for a Farm Viewing the Status of Data Collection Jobs Viewing a Content Summary Using the Web Dashboard to View Performance Data from Within a SharePoint Site Reporting Managing Metalogix Diagnostic Manager Setting the Collection Service Options About Us

Disabling Data Collection for a Monitored Page

If you disable data collection for a monitored page, the Collection Service no longer retrieves information about the page.

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NOTE: When you disable data collection for a page, any historical data is retained in the Repository.  You can continue to use the Management Console to review any stored data about the page, but no new data is collected.

To temporarily disable data collection for a page:

Do one of the following:

·In the Management Console tree, right-click the page for which you want to disable data collection, right-click and choose Disable Page.

Disable Page

·In the Management Console tree select Monitored Pages,  in the Monitored Pages view select the page you want to disable, then in the Monitored Pages section of the ribbon choose Disable.

Disable Page RIBBON

You will be prompted to confirm the action before continuing.

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NOTE: A disabled page will display in the tree with a Disabled Page icon icon.

To re-enable data collection for a page

Use one of the following options:

·In the Management Console tree, select the page for which you want to enable data collection, right-click and choose Enable Page.

Enable Page

·In the Management Console tree, select Monitored Pages, then in the Monitored Pages pane select the page for which you want to enable data collection and choose Enable Page.

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Setting the Management Console Preferences

You can make changes to the following Management Console preferences:

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For the following preference ...

You can specify ...

Auto Refresh

whether to disable or enable the dashboard auto refresh for a specific time interval.

Server View

whether to maintain the selected tab and area when switching between servers.

Alert View

the maximum number of alerts to display per page.

ULS View

the maximum number of ULS log entries to display in the list.

Home Page

whether to display or hide the Welcome panel on the Home page.

Content Summary Web Application

the maximum number of site collections that can display under a Web application in the Content Summary section of the left navigation tree.

NOTE:  By default, this value is set to 100, and Metalogix Diagnostic Manager retrieves site collections in the order that they were added, from first to last. Keep in mind that the fewer the number of site collections that need to be loaded, the more responsive the Management Console will be. You can always view all site collections within a Web application via the Content Summary view.

To set the Management Console preferences:

1From the Management Console ribbon, choose Options > Management Console Preferences.

2In the Management Console Preferences dialog box, make any desired changes to the options.

3Click [OK] to close the dialog box and save the changes.

 

Moving your Repository to a Different SQL Server Instance

You can move your  Metalogix Diagnostic Manager repository database from one SQL Server instance to another if necessary. It is important that you first stop the Collection Service before migrating the data between the instances.

To move your repository from one SQL Server instance to another

1Stop the Collection Service.

2Use the following steps to move the database:

a)Detach from the source SQL Server instance.

b)Copy the database to the target SQL Server instance.

c)Attach the database in the target SQL Server instance.

3Update the CollectionService.exe.config file, usually located at c:\Program Files (x86)\\Metalogix Diagnostic Manager\CollectionService\. The value RepositoryHost specifies the name of the SQL Server instance hosting the repository.

4Restart the Collection Service.

 

Setting the Collection Service Options

Metalogix Diagnostic Manager lets you specify how the Collection Service behaves. You can also view information about the Collection Server service host, version, and other configuration information.

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NOTE: The time at which a job is scheduled to run reflects the local time of the server on which the Collection Service was installed.

To access the Collection Service Options dialog:

From the Management Console ribbon, choose Options > Collection Service Options.

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