Question: What is Foxhound?
Answer: Foxhound is two products in one: it is both a database monitor and a schema troubleshooter for
A database monitor is a computer program that measures the activity of a database management system and
displays those measurements in a meaningful way, so that you can easily see that everything's OK or
quickly learn about problems and threats to performance and availability.
A monitor can also send email alerts when something goes wrong.
A schema troubleshooter is a computer program that performs a static analysis of the tables, columns,
indexes, foreign key relationships and other objects in the database, displays those objects in a way that's
easy to understand and easy to navigate, together with various facts, figures and curiosities which may be
problems that need attention.
How do I get a copy of Foxhound?
What are the differences among the different editions of Foxhound: Beta, Evaluation, Basic and Extended?
What are the Foxhound system requirements?
What's new in Foxhound 1.1.3832?
What was new in Foxhound GA 1.3738?
What was new in Foxhound Beta 1.3736?
What was new in Foxhound Beta 1.3707?
What was new in Foxhound Beta 1.3677?
What was new in Foxhound Beta 1.3655?
What is SQL Anywhere?
Foxhound Design Decisions
What is the history of Foxhound?
What's in the future for Foxhound?