We have several offices with snort sensors and now I’m thinking about central logging and monitoring. I want to make one central DB server with several databases each for every office. Office #1 have database snort#1 and so on. But the problem appeared with monitoring. I want to make different people to monitor different databases and snort events, so I think that we need different BASE instances one for every database. BASE#1 monitors db snort#1 and so on.
So the question is: How can I make different BASE instances work with one DB Server and different database?
Thanks for your replies.
You just have to configure each of the base_conf.php files to point to their corresponding Snort DBs
Did I understand right, that for each database I need to install one more BASE on separate host and configure base_conf.php? If so, is there any way to consolidate on one host different BASE installations?
Now I have 5 databases and it is quite expensive to have separate host for every BASE installation.
All you have to do is install it into different paths on the web server.
Kevin's right, I didn't specify.
You can have as many BASE instances on the same Apache server as you can handle - in different directories, virtual directories or even each under a separate instance of Apache if you'd like.
Just configure each of their base_conf.php files to point to the correct DB/Schema for each
I did this and there seems to be some blocking issue with databases when performing multiple operations in different instances. For example, deleting a large number of alerts in one instance and simply trying to use another to view events. Yet, using other PHP/MySQL applications concurrently I don't see any blocking with those and there's barely any load on the machine. Is this perhaps some limitation in adodb or another library BASE is using?
hello,can some one tell me that how create db instances and structures in oracle9i.
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