Monyog is supported on Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. Once installed, you can access it from any AJAX-supported web browser, including those available on mobile devices.
Once you have Monyog installed, it can connect to and collect data from MySQL database servers running on any platform. When connecting to a MySQL server running on Windows, Monyog can use the Windows Management Instrumentation to retrieve additional information. When connecting to a server running on Linux, it can do the same using SSH. Note that Monyog can only retrieve system information from Linux servers.
Currently, Monyog is supported on Microsoft Windows, 2003 and later, and on Linux operating systems. It does not support specific distributions of Linux, but provides a package for those based on RPM standards.
In order to obtain the download links for Monyog, you need to purchase a license or request a free trial from Webyog. Monyog is available in three tiers of support:
Once you have purchased the license or requested a free trial, you will receive links to installation media by email. For more information on the different levels of support see Pricing or start your free trial.
Choosing the Correct Download
When you receive the download links from Webyog, there are several available for you to use. The specific link you need depends on the system you want to run Monyog on, both in terms of hardware architecture and the operating system.
If you want to use Monyog on a Windows Server installation, there is only one link available to you. Select the Executable (.exe) link and following the instructions on Windows Installation to install Monyog. For Linux installations, it's a little more complicated.
There are four download links available for Linux installations, divided by distribution and hardware architecture. Select the download link that matches your installation.
Currently, Webyog only provides RPM-based packages. In the event that you use Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, or a similar RPM-based Linux distribution, select the RPM download link for your hardware. For all other distributions, select the TAR download link.
Monyog runs on both 32- and 64-bit operating systems. In the event that
you want to install Monyog on a server and don't know which architecture
it uses, you can find out with the
$ uname -a Linux actual 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.43-2(2017-04-30) x86_64 GNU/Linux
x86_64 indicate a 64-bit operating system.
i686 indicate 32-bit.
Once you have downloaded the package for your system, you can install it on the Monyog. The specific installation directions depend on the operating system you want to use to host Monyog.