Contents Lab128 - Tools for Advanced Oracler Tuning and Monitoring. Reference Guide.

Lab128 Options

The application-level options can be set in this window:

General Options.


Putty String. Edit the path to putty.exe and customizing Putty command line options. For example, you can supply the username in the form:
"C:\Program Files\putty\putty.exe" -ssh username@${HOST} 
The ${HOST} is a variable which will be substituted by the host name obtained from the V$INSTANCE view after Lab128 connects to Oracle.

Also, optionally, you can provide the password, although this is not recommended for reasons of security. The password will be stored in plain text in the lab128.ini file. If you possibly can, we recommend you set up public-key authentication instead. See Putty's documentation for more details. If you still want to supply the password, here is the example:
"C:\Program Files\putty\putty.exe" -ssh -pw password username@${HOST} 
For more information about Putty command line options see Putty's documentation.

Date/Time Format.

The date and time format can be changed by selecting radio-buttons. Once changed, there is no need to restart the application, although you may need to close and re-open some windows.