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Operations Manager Custom Collection


Operations Manager Custom Collection

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The management pack is an XML definition. You can read through the XML directly to see the list of rules & monitors. I meant you could go there.

I tried searching. There used to be a list of what was monitored in a management pack. I can't see my old docs because I'm packed up for a move, but I'm pretty sure MS had something online at one point.

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Try this:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd767418.aspx

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I am using the latest version of operations manager and have imported the sql server 2008 managament pack.

I am getting an error with the input parameter because sql 2008 does not have an entry for DatabaseName$.

Any ideas?

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Hi Rapiddata,
U could try posting to the SCOM forum....
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/operationsmanagergeneral/threads

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John Bradshaw
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I have modified script as per my envrionment

' Param 0: The SQL connection string for the server
' Param 1: The Database to use
Option Explicit

If WScript.Arguments.Count = 2 then
Dim oAPI
Set oAPI = CreateObject("MOM.ScriptAPI")

'Connect to the database
Dim cnADOConnection
Set cnADOConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
cnADOConnection.Provider = "sqloledb"
cnADOConnection.ConnectionTimeout = 15
Dim ConnString
ConnString = "Server=" & WScript.Arguments(0) & ";Database=" & WScript.Arguments(1) & ";Integrated Security=SSPI"
cnADOConnection.Open ConnString

'Connection established, now run the code
Dim oResults
Set oResults = cnADOConnection.Execute("name AS 'File Name' , physical_name AS 'Physical Name',
Round((size/128)/1024,2) AS 'Total Size in GB',
Round((CAST(FILEPROPERTY(name, 'SpaceUsed') AS int)/128.0)/1024,2) AS 'Used Space in GB',
([size] - Round((CAST(FILEPROPERTY(name, 'SpaceUsed') AS int)/128.0)/1024,2)) as 'Free Space In GB'
FROM sys.database_files ORDER BY [Name] ASC")

Dim oBagTotalSize
Dim oBagSpaceUsed
Dim oBagFreeSpace

'Walk the result set
Do While Not oResults.EOF
Set oBagTotalSize = oAPI.CreateTypedPropertyBag(2)
call oBagTotalSize.AddValue("DBName",Cstr(WScript.Arguments(1)))
call oBagTotalSize.AddValue("LogicalName" ,CStr(oResults(0)))
call oBagTotalSize.AddValue("TargetName","TotalSizeInGB")
call oBagTotalSize.AddValue("perfValue",Cstr(oResults(2)))
oAPI.AddItem(oBagTotalSize)

Set oBagSpaceUsed = oAPI.CreateTypedPropertyBag(2)
call oBagSpaceUsed.AddValue("DBName",Cstr(WScript.Arguments(1)))
call oBagSpaceUsed.AddValue("LogicalName" ,CStr(oResults(0)))
call oBagSpaceUsed.AddValue("TargetName","SpaceUsedInGB")
call oBagSpaceUsed.AddValue("perfValue",Cstr(oResults(3)))
oAPI.AddItem(oBagSpaceUsed)

Set oBagFreeSpace = oAPI.CreateTypedPropertyBag(2)
call oBagFreeSpace.AddValue("DBName",Cstr(WScript.Arguments(1)))
call oBagFreeSpace.AddValue("LogicalName" ,CStr(oResults(0)))
call oBagFreeSpace.AddValue("TargetName","FreeSpaceInGB")
call oBagFreeSpace.AddValue("perfValue",Cstr(oResults(4)))
oAPI.AddItem(oBagFreeSpace)

oResults.MoveNext
Loop
cnADOConnection.Close

'return the property bag objects
Call oAPI.ReturnItems
End If
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And is it working for you?

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