This page provides information about the different agent properties that are used for database monitoring. For configuring the basic agent properties, see Database Agent Configuration Properties.
You can update the following properties using the
controller-info.xml file located in the
The following table includes the property names that can be used for any specific database or for all the databases along with the purpose of the properties.
Agent Properties for Monitoring Relational Databases
|Property Name||Database||Purpose||Default Value|
This property specifies whether the agent should disable Sybase. You may want to disable Sybase monitoring with Database Visibility if you are already using other tools to monitor Sybase. Refer to Sybase Database Permissions for information on configuring Sybase permissions.
If an agent is run with the
All relational database
This property can be used for MongoDB and Couchbase.
|This is the interval at which queries are sampled. The interval can be 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s, or 30s. For example, if you have configured the property value as ||1|
Agent properties for monitoring Cassandra
The interval at which queries are sampled. According to the sampling interval (between 1 and 60), the sampling threshold is set (between 300 ms and 1000 ms).
|Maximum query execution time. Queries executing for more than this duration are not be sampled.||300|
|The maximum number of queries to sample in a single sampling period. If this value is 0, query sampling is disabled.||100,000|
|Whether to use sampling from query traces instead of the node_slow_log table for DSE Cassandra.||false|
Defines the sampling threshold for Apache Cassandra. In other words, queries taking more than this threshold to execute, are sampled by the database agent.
This property sets a fixed sampling threshold. To use a dynamic sampling threshold based on the sampling interval set a negative value to this property.