In the Database Query monitor, how can I increase the number of rows that Applications Manager displays in a query ?
Question: How can I increase the number of rows that Applications Manager displays in a query?/ I get an error message that the query has more than 50 rows. What can I do?
Here are the steps to customize the Query Monitor rows displayed count:
Go to the Admin
tab and select Performance Polling under Discovery and Data Collection.
Navigate to the Optimize Data collection tab.
query monitor from the Monitor Type
monitor row count is set to 50 by default. Change the value to the number
of rows that you require.
Save the settings.
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