Enabling data collection for Cluster Details in MS SQL Monitor

Enabling data collection for Cluster Details in MS SQL Monitor

If you have installed Applications Manager in Linux, Cluster Tab details won't be available.
Only Windows Admistrative users will be able to view Cluster Details tab in MS SQL Monitor.
To view cluster details, you must have provided Windows authentication credentials or must have added a Windows Monitor.
If you have done both, and data is still not getting populated, follow the steps given below:

1. Run the script:
From the Applications Manager server, navigate to <AppManager_Home>\working\conf\application\scripts\ in a command prompt and run the script wincluster.vbs
Usage: cscript wincluster.vbs <ClusterName> <UserName> <Password> 0
For Example: cscript wincluster.vbs servcluster1 domain\admin admin 0
2. Check the result of the script:
  1. If the cscript returns data but isn't being dispalyed in the UI, send the following files to the APM Support team:

    1. Screenshot of Edit monitor page and Cluster Details Page
    2. SIF files
    3. Share the csript result
  1. If the cscript returns the below result in the command prompt, or if the logs contain errors, follow the steps that follow:
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Error # Access is denied.
  1. From your AppManager machine, run the Wbemtest and connect to the Cluster using the namespace root\mscluster with the added credential and check if Wbemtest is successful.
  2. For remote connection, replace root\mscluster with \\clusterIP or hostName\root\mscluster and check the Wbemtest connectivity.
  3. Verify if the the user has the WMI privileges to access the data.
  4. Once Wbemtest is connected, click on the Query tab and execute the following wmi query in wbemtest and check whether you retrieve the data:
    select * from MSCluster_Resource
Note : Make sure via wbemtest if the namespace "root\mscluster" is accessible & all permissions are provided.

If you're still unable to see data in the UI, kindly refer this link.

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