The following alarms are not supported when SQL Server 2017 is hosted on Unix/Linux:
- Clusters - Failed over
- Clusters - File Share Witness inaccessible
- Clusters - Node unavailable
- Clusters - non-Preferred Node
- LiteSpeed Backup Failed
- LiteSpeed Backup Warning
- Log Shipping - Secondary Job
- Log Shipping - Secondary Latency
- Mirroring - State
- Mirroring - Unrestored Log
- Mirroring - Unsent Log
- Mirroring Failedover
- Monitored Server - SQL Server Host Not Defined
- Services - DTC Service Status
- Services - Full Text Search Service
- Services - Integration Service Status
- Services - Reporting Service Status
- Services - SQL Agent Mail Status
- Services - SQL Mail Status
- SQL Agent - Alerts
- SQL Agent - Jobs Failed
- SQL Agent - Long Running Jobs (Percent)
- SQL Agent - Long Running Jobs (Time)
- SQL Agent - Status
- Tempdb File Location
- Virtualization alarms
Spotlight overview page for SQL Server connections
On the processes panel, the virtualization component is not supported for SQL Server connections hosted on Unix/Linux.
SQL Server drilldowns
The storage drilldown, disks tab is not supported for SQL Server 2017 connections hosted on Unix/Linux.
Spotlight Cloud Diagnostic Server application
The Spotlight Discovery Wizard does not discover SQL Server instances hosted on Unix/Linux.
For SQL Server 2017 connections hosted on Unix/Linux, some alarms are not supported (see above). No Actions are taken for alarms that are not supported. For Unix/Linux, there are no equivalent alarm actions for ‘Execute a Powershell script’ and ‘Write the alarm details to a Windows Event log’.
Data from the Unix/Linux operating system is not collected for the Support Bundle.