Log in to the TencentDB for SQL Server console and enter the instance list page to view the instance information and manage your instances.
|Restart||In the instance list, you can select an instance and click Restart at the top to restart it. You can also select multiple instances for batch restart.
|Tag editing||You can click More > Edit Tag above the instance list or in the Operation column of an instance to manage its tags. If you haven't created a tag, you can click Tag Management to create one.|
|Adjust the configuration||In the instance list, you can adjust the configuration of your database instance. Instance upgrade and disaster recovery mode adjustment are supported. For more information, see Adjusting Instance Specification.|
|Publishing/Subscription||In the instance list, you can select More > Publish/Subscribe in the Operation column of an instance to perform publishing/subscription to meet the data replication and sync requirements of your business.|
|Termination/Return||In the instance list, you can select More > Terminate/Return to terminate/return a database instance. For more information, see Terminating Instance.|
|Read-Only Instance||In the instance list, you can click More > Read-Only Instance in the Operation column of an instance to view its read-only instances and configure the RO group. If there are no read-only instances, you can click Create after redirection to add one or more read-only instances.|
Log in to the TencentDB for SQL Server console. In the instance list, click an instance ID or Manage in the Operation column to access the instance management page, where you can view the instance details and monitor and manage databases.
|Instance details||On the Instance Details tab, you can view and manipulate various information of your databases, including setting maintenance information and adding "read-only instances" in the instance architecture diagram.|
|System monitoring||On theInstance Monitoring tab, you can view the monitoring data of various core metrics of the current database. For more information, see Monitoring Feature .|
|Backup and restoration||On the Backup and Restoration tab, you can query the backup and restoration records and create a backup and restoration task. Supported backup upload methods include uploading file and downloading file from COS, and supported restoration modes include full backup file, full backups + logs, and full backups + differential backups.|
|Publishing/Subscription||On the Publish/Subscribe tab, you can create or delete one or more pub/sub linkage services.|
|Security group||On the Security Group tab, you can configure security groups for your databases. For more information, see Configuring Security Group.|
|Account management||On the Account Management tab, you can manage the administrator account, such as modifying permissions and resetting password. You can also create and delete accounts. For more information, see Account Management.|
|Database management||On the Database Management tab, you can create, set permissions of, and delete databases. For more information, see Database Management.|
|Read-Only instances||On the Read-Only Instance tab, you can create one or more read-only instances, which can be applied to read/write separation and one-source-multiple-replica application scenarios to boost the read load capacity of your databases. For more information, see Creating Read-Only Instance.|
|Backup management||On the Backup and Restoration tab, you can manually create backups, download backups, set scheduled backups, restore backups, and perform rollbacks. For more information, see Backup Management.|
|Slow query log||On the Operation Log tab, you can download slow query logs.|
|Parameter settings||On the Parameter Configuration tab, you can view and modify certain parameters and query parameter modification records. For more information, see Parameter Configuration.|