• Management Pack:  SQL Server
  • MP Version:  6.1 for SQL Server 2008
  • Released:  8/5/2010
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

Discover SQL 2008 Database Engines (Windows Server) Discovery

  • ID:  Microsoft.SQLServer.2008.DBEngineDiscoveryRule.Server
  • Description:  This object discovery discovers all instances of SQL Server 2008 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.
  • Target:  Windows Server
  • Enabled:  Yes

Overridable Parameters

Parameter Name Default Value Description Override
Interval (sec) 14400 The polling interval in seconds that discovery will run on.
Synchronization Time    
Exclude List   A comma separated list of DB Engine instances that should be excluded from discovery. You can use the wildcard * to exclude all instances.
Timeout (sec) 300  

Run As Profiles

Name
Default

Discovered Classes

Name Description
SQL 2008 DB Engine An installation of a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database Engine. The database engine hosts databases and other SQL Server components.

Discovery Knowledgebase

Summary

This object discovery discovers all instances of SQL Server 2008 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.

Causes
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Resolutions
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External References
This discovery does not contain any external references.

See Also for SQL Server Management Pack


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