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Windows Installation

Monyog runs as a web application on a server, from which it connects to and monitors MySQL database servers. The MySQL servers can run on any operating system. Monyog can run on any distribution of the Linux <install-linux> operating system or it can run on Microsoft Windows Server.

Installing Monyog

Webyog provides an executable file to install Monyog on Windows. When you receive the download link, select Executable (.exe) to get this installer. Once you have the installer, transfer it to the Windows Server instance you want to host Monyog.

  1. Double-click the installer, then click Next.

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  2. Read and accept the License Agreement, then click Next. Using Monyog requires that you accept the license agreement. The installer will not proceed if you don't.

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  3. Select the components you want to install for Monyog, including executables, Start Menu and Desktop shortcuts, then click Next.

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  4. Enter the appropriate install path for Monyog, then click Next.

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  5. Enter the default port number, password and data path, then click Install.

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    In the event that you decide later that you would like to use different port numbers or login credentials, you can change them by editing the MONyog.ini file and restarting Monyog. The location of this file varies depending on what version of Windows you use:

    • Windows 2000/XP/2003: {System_drive}:\Documents and Settings\All Users\All Users\Application Data\Webyog\MONyog\
    • Windows Vista and later: {System_drive}:\ProgramData\Webyog\MONyog
  6. To start the installation, click Next.

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  7. To close the wizard, click Finish.

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Managing the Monyog Service

Monyog installs as a service on Windows. You can manage the Monyog service from the Windows Service Manager as you would any other service. When the installation is complete, the installer automatically starts the Monyog service. You can access Monyog through a web browser at http://127.0.0.1:5555, or at the port you configured it to use.