Applies To: SQL Server 2014, SQL Server 2016 Preview
Returns a row for each availability group for which the local instance of SQL Server hosts an availability replica. Each row contains a cached copy of the availability group metadata.
Applies to: SQL Server (SQL Server 2012 through current version).
Unique identifier (GUID) of the availability group.
Name of the availability group. This is a user-specified name that must be unique within the Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC).
Resource ID for the WSFC cluster resource.
Resource Group ID for the WSFC cluster resource group of the availability group.
User-defined failure condition level under which an automatic failover must be triggered, one of the following integer values:
The failure-condition levels (1–5) range from the least restrictive, level 1, to the most restrictive, level 5. A given condition level encompasses all of the less restrictive levels. Thus, the strictest condition level, 5, includes the four less restrictive condition levels (1-4), level 4 includes levels 1-3, and so forth.
To change this value, use the FAILURE_CONDITION_LEVEL option of the ALTER AVAILABILITY GROUP Transact-SQL statement.
Wait time (in milliseconds) for the sp_server_diagnostics system stored procedure to return server-health information, before the server instance is assumed to be slow or hung. The default value is 30000 milliseconds (30 seconds).
To change this value, use the HEALTH_CHECK_TIMEOUT option of the ALTER AVAILABILITY GROUP Transact-SQL statement.
Preferred location for performing backups on the availability databases in this availability group. One of:
For more information, see Active Secondaries: Backup on Secondary Replicas (AlwaysOn Availability Groups).
Description of automated_backup_preference, one of: