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Monitoring with SNMP

SQL Server 2000

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application protocol that offers network management services. Using SNMP, you can monitor an instance of Microsoft® SQL Server™ across different platforms (for example, Microsoft Windows NT® 4.0, Microsoft Windows® 98, and UNIX).

With SQL Server and the Microsoft SQL Server Management Information Base (MSSQL-MIB), you can use SNMP applications to:

  • Monitor the status of SQL Server installations. SNMP can only be used to monitor the default instances of SQL Server.

  • Monitor performance information.

  • Access databases.

  • View server and database configuration parameters.
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