How monitor SQL Server 2005 by snmp

Posted on 2007-07-25
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I'm trying to monitor our SQL Server 2005 with snmp but it doesn't work. Other services are monitored on this server and work. I've found an article about how enable snmp on SQL server 2000 but some files doesn't exist in the 2005 so I suppose there is another way to do it.

When I do a snmpwalk or snmpgetnext I got an error message : End of MIB.

Does anyone has an idea how to set the snmp for SQL Server 2005 ?
Many thanks
Question by:David_Pazos
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imran_fast earned 2000 total points
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, we can read what Microsoft says : "17 July 2006
Changed content:
Removed section that described using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to monitor SQL Server 2005. SQL Server no longer supports SNMP."

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