Proxies relay connection traffic between a client/application and database. They’re good for gathering connection information, controlling queries and help scale traffic by routing to multiple children.
mamori server supports proxies and logging on four database types: MySQL, Oracle, Postgres and SQL-Server and sets the default ports when installed.
01. View datasource proxy ports
indicates a successful connection.
Click Server Settings .
Expand the required panel and make your changes as required.
Click Apply to save changes.
02. Enable logging to capture detailed packets
This feature should be used only when necessary as it results in significant performance degredation.
Click Enable logging on the specified port.