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Usage monitoring and other services troubleshooting

Updated: October 22, 2014

Applies To: Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server

This topic describes troubleshooting issues that pertain to obtaining usage metrics, setting up the management APIs, and other services in Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server. Recommendations are provided for the following issues:

Pertains to: Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server Automation with Windows PowerShell

Issue

Need to use the Windows PowerShell command Get-MgmtSvcAdminUser across a distributed Windows Azure Pack installation. The command returns a network-related or instance-specific error that occurred while establishing a connection to SQL server. 

Recommendation

The command is missing the database. Try the following command where default database name will be replaced in the connection string.

Get-MgmtSvcAdminUser -Server SQL -User sa -Pasword password

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Pertains to: Manage tenant costs

Issue

The usage data is lost after a move to a new installation of System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager or Service Provider Foundation.

Recommendation

This is a known limitation. You also cannot more usage data to a different cloud. If a change is necessary, we recommend deleting all subscriptions and plans and then re-recreating them after the move.

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Pertains to: Manage tenant costs

Issue

The usage data is lost after a move to a new installation of System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager or Service Provider Foundation.

Recommendation

This is a known limitation. You also cannot more usage data to a different cloud. If a change is necessary, we recommend deleting all subscriptions and plans and then re-recreating them after the move.

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