General database properties include the database name, its UUID, connection string, storage allocation, its version, and database owner account. You can view and change the values for some of these properties. You cannot change the database name, UUID, or connection string.

You are logged in to your organization as a database administrator or application developer with Edit Information and Storage privileges on the database.

You have Manage Administrator Accounts privileges and can add administrator accounts and configure OS remote access.

Verify that the database is running.

1

In the organization, click the Manage and Monitor tab and select the database group.

2

Right-click the database name, and select Properties.

3

Click the General tab and view the properties.

4

To ensure that the IP address assigned to a DBVM is not released back to the IP pool when you restart the DBVM, check Use static IP address.

The DBVM retains the same IP address after it is shut down and restarted.

5

change the data disk allocation for the database or point-in-time recovery disk allocation, enter new values in the appropriate text boxes.

6

Add or change tags for the database.

a

Click Edit next to the Tags text box.

b

Enter tags, one per line.

c

Click OK.

7

To enable remote desktop access or to reset an administrator password, click OS Access Settings.

a

Click Enable RDP to enable remote desktop access.

For SQL Server click Enable remote desktop access, for Linux click Enable remote OS console access.

b

Click Reset password for administrator and type and confirm a new password.

c

Click OK.

8

To add a database administrator account, click Add Administrator Account.

a

Type the administrator user name and password .

b

Type the password in the Confirm password text box.

c

Click OK to accept the new account.

9

Click OK to accept your changes.