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Cluster Information

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Rudy Panigas
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Thanks for pointing out the 2 DMV's!! If someone wanted to run this script automatically across all servers in their environment to find the clustered servers and collect information about them, I'd include ServerProperty('IsClustered') and ServerProperty('MachineName').


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Good point. I didn't include that information as I assumed you should already know what clusters you have. But still a great addition to the code.

Rudy



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great script. can certainly use this as a supplement to cluster monitoring that i have in place at my company. in case we miss an alert for a failover, we can use this to find the active node and check it against what the active node should be.

Excellent work.

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Steve
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Is there a way to tell if the nodes are actually up and available?
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