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What is the T-SQL command to list SQL 2012 Instance with CPU, Memory and Diskspace

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What is the t-sql command to list SQL instance with CPU,Memory and Diskspace details.

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Sql commands are run within an instance, so it cannot list any other instances.
These data are rather system informations... either get some serious monitoring tool, or investigate iin poweshell...
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Sql commands are run within an instance, so it cannot list any other instances.
These data are rather system informations... either get some serious monitoring tool, or investigate iin poweshell...
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Sql commands are run within an instance, so it cannot list any other instances.
These data are rather system informations... either get some serious monitoring tool, or investigate iin poweshell...
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Sql commands are run within an instance, so it cannot list any other instances.
These data are rather system informations... either get some serious monitoring tool, or investigate iin poweshell...
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Sql commands are run within an instance, so it cannot list any other instances.
These data are rather system informations... either get some serious monitoring tool, or investigate iin poweshell...
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