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Pervasive SQL 8.6 - How to restart Monitor?

Pervasive SQL 8.6 - How to restart Monitor?

Pervasive SQL 8.6 - How to restart Monitor?

Does anyone know how to restart the Pervasive Monitor?

Pervasive SQL 8.6 running on Windows XP

I used to monitor the MicroKernel Active Users but now nothing shows in the user list (even when users are connected). The monitor just stopped working the other day and I can't get it started again.

When I log in to the Monitor as an Administrator, nothing shows in Active File, Active Users, Resource Usage, or Active Sessions...


RE: Pervasive SQL 8.6 - How to restart Monitor?

Is there anything in the PVSW.LOG?  I've not seen that kind of behavior.  You might want to restart the PSQL services.   

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RE: Pervasive SQL 8.6 - How to restart Monitor?

Is this the workgroup engine?
If so you could be looking at the wrong engine, or files are actually being opened on another engine.

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