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Posted Thursday, December 22, 2005 2:24 PM
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Posted Thursday, January 12, 2006 11:32 AM
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Brian, does SQLSentry cause any overhead cost on performance? I remember in SQLSentry ver2, I notice the product runs two jobs, one of which runs every minute (I guess it is the default setting). So I am just wondering whether this is a potential problem....

 

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Posted Thursday, January 12, 2006 5:47 PM
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In the 2.x form, I ran it for almost 6 months solid on a pretty intense server and never noticed anything. What it's doing is hitting a sysjobs table for a subsecond query.

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Hi Brian, I noticed you said there were no competitors for sqlsentry, Idera has a SQLSchedule tool, have you looked at that? I believe it has a lot of the same features.


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You are correct.  sqlSentry provides the application to Idera to be marketed as SQLschedule under an OEM arrangement.  This gives you the option of getting sqlSentry for stand alone use or as a part of Idera’s Suite of products



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Hi Brian

I got a Question about your review of sqlSentry 2.5
this statement:
"•A method to close "tickets" for jobs that failed with notes. "
what exactly does it mean

I think what it means is that u can actually create a ticket on a failed job and then go back to SQLSentry fix the job and close it?
Can you please tell me is this option still available in SQLSentry 2.7 and if it is, please guide me on where to find it in SQLSentry and how to use it.

thx in advance
Fluffy
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