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powershell script for checking status of cluster resources MS SQL

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I search powershell script for checking status of cluster resources MS SQL.

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check this one

Monitor SQL Instance Balance across Windows Cluster Nodes Using PowerShell
http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2921/monitor-sql-instance-balance-across-windows-cluster-nodes-using-powershell/
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perfect link agreed with eugenez
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Thanks bibi
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