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Monitoring SQL Server 2000.

Monitoring SQL Server 2000.

Monitoring SQL Server 2000.

Does anyone who uses Computer Associates' "Unicenter" to
monitor Microsoft SQL Server 2000 have anything to say
about its usefulness? I am considering using "Unicenter"
to monitor SQL Server 2000, but there is a dearth of
information (Google search) about it. Any useful comments
will be greatly appreciated!

RE: Monitoring SQL Server 2000.

It will monitor all of the basic stuff:
DB's, filesystems, logs, devices, tables (for size etc)
But that's about it really (although this is usually enough).

I would say though, that Unicenter would be a pretty expensive solution for monitoring SQL Server only. It's a complete Network & Systems management suite and may be a bit of overkill unless you roll it out everywhere.

If all you are interested in is monitoring Microsoft SQL you're probably better off using MOM.

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