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3 Installing Postgres Enterprise Manager : 3.5 Logging on to the PEM Server

To logon to the PEM server, navigate through the File menu, and select the Enterprise Manager Logon menu option, or click the Logon toolbar button (as shown in Figure 3.3).
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When the PEM Server Logon dialog opens, provide the PEM server’s IP address or host name, and the user name and password specified during installation. A successful login will prompt the PEM client to display a new node in the control tree labeled PEM Server Directory, and a node called PEM Agents (PEM agents).
Note: ApacheHTTPD must be running in order for the PEM client to connect to the PEM server.
If ApacheHTTPD starts properly, the ps -ef command will result in output similar to the following:
On Windows, you can use the Services applet to check the status of the ApacheHTTPD service.
To confirm the status of the ApacheHTTPD service, navigate through the Control Panel, to System and Security; select Administrative Tools, and then Services. The ApacheHTTPD server runs as a service named EnterpriseDB-ApacheHTTPD (see Figure 8.3).
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The Status column displays the current state of the ApacheHTTPD server. Click the Start link to start ApacheHTTPD if the service is not running.

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