How do I install a new instance of Nodinite - Part 2?
This page is a continuation from Part 1
In the following steps, you will configure the default behaviour for Nodinite. All these settings are System Parameters unique for each instance of Nodinite and can therefore easily be changed later.
Provide options that determine how large or how old Log Databases are allowed to grow.
Split options by size or time
- Size to split database on in (GB) - Default is 31 GB, and modern SQL Server instances with great DISK IO can manage 50-100 GB
- Days to split database on - Default is 10000 days which means that the database splits based on the size
Provide the options for how long time to store events and payload. These settings apply as the default setting for new Message Types.
Options for how long time to keep events and payload
- The default number of days to keep logged events
- The default number of days to keep data/body logged events
Provide the options for how long time to store monitoring events. This historical data is available in the Monitor Views graphs.
- The number of days to keep Monitoring Events - Default is 32; Our recommendation is at least 90 days for production environments.
- Enable role-based support for Active Directory Groups - Default = checked
Review the configuration and click on the 'Next' button
If you are installing a new instance of Nodinite, then a new Log Database is created by the Logging Service on the first start. This behaviour is by design to validate and test that the account for the Logging Service has sufficient rights to create new Log Databases.
Click on the 'Start' button to start the Logging Service
When and if the Logging Service starts, information about the online Log Database presents on the page. This is either a new one or your updated old existing one.
Basic information about online Log Database
Your next step is to start the Monitoring Service.
Click on the 'Start' button to start the Monitoring Service
Congratulations! you have now successfully installed Nodinite!
You should now be returned to the page managing the environment. From here you can click on the 'Web Client' button to quickly navigate further in a new tab to the Web Client.
Open the Nodinite Web Client quick link button
After the installation is completed, make sure to assign access right, review Assign Access Rights user guide.
Additional tuning can be performed, review the System Parameters users guide for additional information.
To enable Monitoring please review the Installing and Configuring Nodinite Monitoring Agents user guide.
Each input field during the installation steps must be clicked on to validate content. If you do not click on each input field, the validation process will not be performed and the installation can not continue.
Solution Download and install the following file from here
DACFramework.msi(18.0 or later to match your version of SQL Server, higher versions are backwards compatible)
If end-users can't logon to either the Web Client or the Web API although they are registered as either Users or Windows AD Groups, make sure the end-users have the local policy: "Access this computer from the network" set
default settings example for Windows 2016
If you encounter any other IIS related problems, make sure to review the IIS Authentication settings troubleshooting guide.