Question: What was new in Foxhound Beta 1.3736?
The Database Monitor and History pages have been enhanced to allow you to specify
how the Connection section is sorted.
The up or down arrow to the left of a single column title in the Connection section
indicates that entries are sorted in ascending or descending order by
that column. Click on that column title to change the
direction of that sort (ascending to or from descending), or click on
a different column title to sort the entries by that column.
The tie-breaker sort column
is Conn #; if multiple entries in this section have the same value in the selected
sort column, those entries are sorted in ascending order by Connection Number.
Alert emails have been enhanced by sorting the current connections section in an order that is
relevant to the alert condition.
For example, the email for Alert 28 - Long transaction will show this in the
title line for the Connection section:
(sorted in descending order by the "Transaction Running Time" column)
Here's the full list:
| Alert Email
|| Connection Sort Order
|| Connections Sorted On |
| 1 - Database unresponsive || descending || CPU Time |
| 2 - Long heartbeat || descending || CPU Time |
| 3 - Long sample time || descending || CPU Time |
| 4 - CPU usage || descending || CPU Time |
| 5 - Database disk space || descending || Disk Writes |
| 6 - Temp disk space || descending || Disk Writes |
| 7 - Log disk space || descending || Disk Writes |
| 8 - Other disk space || descending || Disk Writes |
| 9 - Arbiter unreachable || descending || CPU Time |
| 10 - Partner unreachable || descending || CPU Time |
| 11 - HA failover || descending || CPU Time |
| 12 - HA mode change || descending || CPU Time |
| 13 - File fragmentation || descending || Disk Writes |
| 14 - Waiting requests || descending || CPU Time |
| 15 - Incomplete I/Os || descending || Disk Writes |
| 16 - I/O operations || descending || Disk Writes |
| 17 - Checkpoint urgency || descending || Disk Writes |
| 18 - Recovery urgency || descending || Disk Writes |
| 19 - Cache size || descending || CPU Time |
| 20 - Cache satisfaction || ascending || Cache Satisfaction |
| 21 - Temp file usage || descending || Temp Space |
| 22 - Conn temp file usage || descending || Temp Space |
| 23 - Blocked connections || descending || Conns Blocked |
| 24 - Conn blocking others || descending || Conns Blocked |
| 25 - Locks || descending || Locks Held |
| 26 - Connections || descending || CPU Time |
| 27 - Connection CPU || descending || CPU Time |
| 28 - Long transaction || descending || Transaction Running Time |
| 29 - Cache panics || descending || Cache Satisfaction |
The Global Database Id value is now displayed in more places,
if it is set to a non-default value in the target database.
This makes it easier to tell different remote databases apart
in a replicating or synchronizing environment:
Facts & Figures title line
Database-level Curiosities title line
Table and Column name list title lines
CREATE TABLE and CREATE VIEW title lines
The Foxhound License Agreement
has been simplified and rewritten in the style of the original
Borland "Just like a book" license agreement.
When the Generally-Available (GA) form of Foxhound ships, it will be available in three editions:
Evaluation, Basic and Extended.
The Display Schema CREATE VIEW display has been enhanced to behave like the CREATE TABLE display:
when you click on a column name in the alphabetical column list in the left frame, not only
does the CREATE VIEW containing that column open in the right frame, but it is scrolled down
to the specific column. Previously, the CREATE VIEW appeared but it was not scrolled down to the column.
The Foxhound Options - Export Samples functionality has been enhanced to include information about Alerts:
The "Frequently Asked Questions" section of the Foxhound website has been updated:
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ALERT #xx - xxx - xxx(nn)
ALL CLEAR #xx - xxx - xxx(nn)
CANCELLED #xx - xxx - xxx(nn)
CREATE PROCEDURE rroad_..._properties failed ... Item 'rroad_..._properties' already exists
Foxhound Extended edition is required for ...
SQL Anywhere database version ... not supported
SQL Anywhere database server ... not supported
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