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Posted Monday, February 14, 2011 10:29 AM
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george sibbald (2/14/2011)
well if you are pointing at physical server names you still need to know which node is supporting which instances or you might wonder why CPU usage just fell through the floor


Hi,

This information is available under Overviews in SQL Monitor. For a cluster, there are various Overviews available at virtual cluster, nodes and sql instance level. If you look at view which is available at the virtual cluster level, you should be able to see the list of all the resoures and the node which is currently supporting it. This is copied for SQL Monitor UI:

Name Status Active node Resource group Resource type
Cluster Disk 1 Online sqlcluster2 Cluster Group Physical Disk
SQL Server Online sqlcluster1 SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER) SQL Server

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A very well briefly written post, with lots of useful information.

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