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Posted Thursday, June 5, 2008 12:18 AM


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Great article Grant!

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Nice article ........


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Thanks guys. I realize it's kind of an obscure topic, but I had such a hard time tracking down the individual pieces of information that I felt compelled to share it so the next person has a slightly easier time.

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Great stuff! Although I'm one of those guys who loves to find this out himself (you forget less if you need to search yourself) it kinda eases the mind with the idea that I can always revert to your article when I'm stuck. Thx again!
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I'm glad it was helpful.

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Grant Fritchey (6/5/2008)
Thanks guys. I realize it's kind of an obscure topic, but I had such a hard time tracking down the individual pieces of information that I felt compelled to share it so the next person has a slightly easier time.


Yaa, I know Grant, how much care a author has to take before producing a good article. Thank you for all your efforts you have taken to write this article.

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Nice article Grant. Not sure if I'll use it or not, since there are other ways of collecting the information without MOM, but since we have MOM it might be the best way to go about it and now I know how.

Definitely a good topic to write about because I mainly think of MOM as a System Admin tool and not a SQL Server tool.




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Oh yeah, this is a major SQL Server tool if you can put it to work. Talk to Tom LaRock some time. He's gone way past where I am currently with the tool. Just the basic monitors & rules are pretty fantastic, but when you can start customizing it to your environment... it really takes off. And now that you've got the data... Reports... Except there's not a good model available for custom reporting (and yeah, if I get one working well enough, that's going to be another article).

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Grant, very useful article, thanks. One question I have is how to report on this stuff after creating a rule? When I try to use if in Generic Performance reports in OpsManager, I don't see any of the properties specified in this new rule.


I'd also want to report on the same thing in the filegroups, as far as I can tell.

Thanks
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