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  • Management Pack:  SQL Server
  • MP Version:  6.1 for SQL Server 2005
  • Released:  8/5/2010
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Discoveries

Name Enabled Target Class Description
  Discover Databases for a Database Engine
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers all databases running for a given instance of SQL Server 2005 DB Engine. By default all databases are discovered and monitored. You can override the discovery to exclude one or more databases from being discovered using the Exclude List. This list takes a comma-separated list of database names or the * character to exclude all databases.
  Discover File Groups
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers the file group information for each SQL Server 2005 Database.
  Discover Files
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers the file information for each SQL Server 2005 Database. The discovery is disabled by default and should be enabled for specific databases or DB Engine instances where deeper file monitoring is required.
  Discover Replication Components
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers all SQL Replication components on a SQL Server 2005 DB Engine. The discovery is disabled by default.
  Discover SQL Agent for a DB Engine
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers the SQL Agent for an instance of SQL Server 2005 DB Engine. There will always be one SQL Server Agent instance for each DB Engine instance.
  Discover SQL Server 2005 Agent Jobs
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SQL Server 2005 Agent This object discovery discovers all SQL Server 2005 Agent jobs. The discovery is disabled by default.
  Discover SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services (Windows Server)
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Windows Server This object discovery discovers all instances of SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services. By default all instances are discovered an monitored.
  Discover SQL Server 2005 Database Engines (Windows Server)
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Windows Server This object discovery discovers all instances of SQL Server 2005 DB Engine running on Windows Servers. By default all instances are discovered and monitored. You can override the discovery to exclude one or more instances from being discovered using the Exclude List. This list takes a comma-separated list of instance names or the * character to exclude all instances.
  Discover SQL Server 2005 Integration Services (Windows Server)
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Windows Server This object discovery discovers if SQL Server 2005 Integrate Services is installed.
  Discover SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services (Windows Server) onStandardMonitoring Windows Server This object discovery discovers all instances of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. By default all instances are discovered an monitored.
  Discover SQL Server Computer Group membership
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SQL Computers Populates the computer group to contains all computers running SQL Server
  Discover SQL Server Instance Group membership
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SQL Instances Populates the Instance group to contains all SQL Server DBEngines
  License Discovery for Microsoft SQL Server
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This is a system discovery which should not be modified.
  Populate Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Computer Group
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SQL Server 2005 Computers This object discovery populates the SQL Server 2005 Computer Group with all computers that are running one or more components of SQL Server 2005.
  Populate Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Instance Group
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine Group This object discovery populates the SQL Server 2005 Instance Group with all SQL Server 2005 DB Engine.
  Populate Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Replication Computers Group
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SQL Server 2005 Replication Computers This object discovery populates the SQL Server 2005 Replication Component computer group with all computers that are running an instance of SQL Server 2005 DB Engine and have some replication component configured.
  SQL Server 2005 Replication Publications and Subscriptions Discovery Provider
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SQL Server 2005 DB Engine This object discovery discovers replication publications and subscriptions for each SQL Server 2005 database. The discovery is disabled by default.

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shahid.afraid111@gmail.com at 10/29/2014 11:48:42 AM
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Is Management Pack inventory available for SQL Server 2012 MP version 6.5.1.0?
milmanfm@gmail.com at 9/23/2014 11:36:42 AM
Database cannot be opened due to inaccessible files or insufficient memory or disk space. See the SQ
Due to over storage of SQL database files the memory allocation refuses and creates some errors which are responsible for SQL database inaccessibility. You must go through this to learn more about resolving solutions:- http://www.sqlrecoverysoftware.net/blog/sql-error-926-and-945.html
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Database consistency errors found
I recommend you to read this article which serve you how get rid of this consistency error:- http://www.sqlrecoverysoftware.net/blog/fix-database-consistency-errors.html
elliswhite43@gmail.com at 5/10/2014 11:06:07 AM
Overview shantal@list.ru at 7/2/2013 11:57:28 AM
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Where can i get the Management pack Inventory for SQL 2008
vivakhangloo@gmail.com at 4/4/2013 8:32:16 AM
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According to the Pinpoint catalog, the SQL MP was updated to include SQL 2012 monitoring as of 4/2/2012. Do you have an ETA for when this MPwiki entry will be updated? Keep up the great work; thanks!
bdady@denaliai.com at 5/30/2012 2:47:22 PM
DB File Space
You should keep in mind that file-level monitoring works rather good now but in case of extremely loaded server (e.g. which works all the time about 99% of CPU) or you have really huge number of DBs and files (e.g. 500 databases consist of 1000-2000 files) - you should think about Database-level space monitoring.
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