In a previous post I said how to run multiple Orion installations without running the Configuration Wizard. This is great if you have a new big installation planned. So the last step is to actually run the configuration wizard.
A few days ago, I spoke before a small group of people about what I’d been doing with the Orion SDK. I mentioned that I had created a Spider-Orion script that I use to navigate to every page in my install. When I mentioned this script several people asked where it was published. The short answer – here.
I’ve been thinking recently about complete stack monitoring and how a good solution should be like a teenager – it can primarily take care of itself, but occasionally needs to have someone step in and give it direction.
This post is some of my experiences with getting the SolarWinds Orion database running on a SQL Server hosted on a Linux-native system.