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Monitor MySQL databases

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Overview

This article briefly discusses pointers in monitoring MySQL databases.

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All ipMonitor versions

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  • You can monitor MySQL databases with the ADO and the ADO User Experience monitors. These monitors require that the appropriate OLEDB provider for your database be installed on the ipMonitor host computer.
  • For MySQL, you can use either of the following:
  • 64-bit OLE DB Provider
    If the ipMonitor host computer has a 64-bit operating system, you can use the 64-bit MyODBC driver, or the 64-bit version of MDAC 2.8 that was released with 64-bit Windows Server 2003.

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