Using the SQL Server sensors you can natively monitor the most used SQL servers: MySQL, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle SQL. Basically, the sensors monitor whether the database server process
  • A: accepts connections and
  • B: processes requests and
  • C: returns an expected result when executing a custom SQL command.
We have added a new article to our knowledgebase with detailed instructions for the setup of SQL sensors in IPCheck.

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