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Manage system performance from SQL2005


Manage system performance from SQL2005

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pardo.joan
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Hi there!
I'm looking for some way to manage diversal computer couters from the server where I have instaled the SQL Servers.
For example I want that SQL send me some alert when the free space in the logical disk where I have the database it's less that 20%, for example.

I'm used to use performance object -> Logical Disk and the counter -> %Free Sapce, but i want to linked with SQL Server 2005 if it's possible.

Any body could help me?

Thanks in advance
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Joanpardo71,

If you want to use PERFMOM you can stream the measured counters directly to a table within a database.
Extract it from there to create detailed reports on these counters.

Examine the Dynamic Managed Views -- they contain loads of statistic (realtime) information, not only for SQL server but also from your system SQL is running on.

Hope this will help.

Regards,

GKramer
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