The Alert History report lets you review the alerts that SQL Diagnostic Manager has raised for the selected SQL Server instance over a specified period of time. You can also review alerts for multiple instances that belong to a tag.

When to run this report

You should run the Alert History report when you want to analyze the historical health of the SQL Server by identifying and tracking critical values for key performance metrics. Each raised alert represents a point in time when a metric reached or exceeded the specified threshold.

By default, SQL Diagnostic Manager alerts on many performance-related SQL Server metrics. You can also configure alerts and create custom counters to track specific performance data.

How SQL Diagnostic Manager calculates metric values on this report

The values on the Alert History report correlate with the related SQL Server metric.

You can access our Customer Support Portal for more information about the algorithm used to calculate a specific metric.

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