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vamshi.sql
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Hi All,

Can you please help me out from this..

Client is asking me to setup some scripts on SQl Server 2000 as follows..

Setup script to monitor necessary items, such as
1* space usage
2* DB down
for SQL Server 2000

I have script but which are only working on 2005 [when ever Database goes offline and Space usage alerts].But in SQl server 2000, I didn't get these type of scripts in any of the sites.Please help me on this..

Thanks in Advance,
Vamshi.
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There is a large variety of ways to do this, but I imagine there are some constraints in your environment.
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a Server being down or a Database being down does not in itself raise an alert, so your script would have to execute regularly, and check against a list of known servers, and databases on those servers.

It could be something as simple as a scheduled task, or if you have it, get MOM/SCOMM to do it for you.

I have not used SQL 2000 in quite a while, but if you have a script for sql2005, you should be able to reverse engineer it for SQL 2000 with a little googling.

Rather than ask folks here to create a script for you, why dont you post your SQL 2005 script and people can advise what you need to change to make it SQL2000 compatable.
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