30 April 2013

How to collect cluster Information using TSQL

Sometime back I was involved in a project which was to collect information for the servers we are supporting – creating inventory of servers. Logging into each server and collecting information is bit tedious when you have hundreds of server in your environment.  I have spent sometime and created a script that does this work for me, however, I still need to connect to the server – but using SSMS/Query Window and execute the script. And then the script will provide me the details I needed.
This inventory should have details like below for cluster and stand alone instances:
Server Name            
OS Name               
OS Edition   
OS Patch Level   
SQL Server IP       
Is Clustered   
Node1_Name        
Node1_IP           
Node2_Name           
Node2_IP           
SQL Server Edition   
SQL Server Patch Level       
Server Time Zone       
SQL Server Version   
SQL Server Platform   
Processor Core       
Physical Memory       
Service Account Name        
Domain               
Looks good ? Below is the version 1 of this script.
/*
IP address portion using : http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic150196-8-1.aspx
REMOVE sp_configure parameters if you are executing this script on SQL Server 2000

Created By : Hemantgiri S. Goswami | http://www.sql-server-citation.com
Date  : 24th March 2013
Version  : 1.0

Tested ON:
Windows Server  >> 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 
SQL Server  >> 2000, 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 

*/
sp_configure 'show advanced options',1
RECONFIGURE WITH OVERRIDE
GO
sp_configure 'xp_cmdshell',1
RECONFIGURE WITH OVERRIDE
GO
DECLARE @TimeZone   NVARCHAR(100)
  ,@ProductVersion SYSNAME
  ,@PlatForm  SYSNAME
  ,@Windows_Version SYSNAME
  ,@Processors  SYSNAME
  ,@PhysicalMemory SYSNAME
  ,@ServiceAccount SYSNAME
  ,@IPAddress  SYSNAME
  ,@DOMAIN  SYSNAME
  ,@MachineType  SYSNAME
  ,@SQLServerIP  VARCHAR(255)
  ,@CMD   VARCHAR(100)
  ,@Node1   VARCHAR(100)
  ,@Node2   VARCHAR(100)
  ,@Node1IP  VARCHAR(100)
  ,@Node2IP  VARCHAR(100)
  ,@OSEdition  VARCHAR(100)
  ,@OSVersion  VARCHAR(100)
  ,@OSName  VARCHAR(100)
  ,@OSPatchLevel  VARCHAR(100)
   
CREATE TABLE #TempTable
 (
  [Index] VARCHAR(2000),
  [Name] VARCHAR(2000),
  [Internal_Value] VARCHAR(2000),
  [Character_Value] VARCHAR(2000)
 ) ;

INSERT INTO #TempTable
EXEC xp_msver;

-- Replace @Value_Name to N'TimeZoneKeyName' when running on Windows 2008 
EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation',
       @value_name   = N'StandardName', 
       @value        = @TimeZone output

EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSSQLServer',
       @value_name   = N'ObjectName', 
       @value        = @ServiceAccount output

EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ProductOptions',
       @value_name   = N'ProductType', 
       @value        = @MachineType output

EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters',
       @value_name   = N'Domain', 
       @value        = @DOMAIN output
       
EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'CLUSTER\NODES\1',
       @value_name   = N'NodeName', 
       @value        = @Node1 output
       
EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'CLUSTER\NODES\2',
       @value_name   = N'NodeName', 
       @value        = @Node2 output              

EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion',
       @value_name   = N'ProductName', 
       @value        = @OSName output              
       
create table #OSEdition (VALUe varchar(255),OSEdition varchar(255), data varchar(100)) 
insert into #OSEdition 
EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ProductOptions',
       @value_name   = N'ProductSuite'  
SET @OSEdition = (SELECT TOP 1 OSedition  FROM #OsEdition)       
               
EXEC   master.dbo.xp_regread
       @rootkey      = N'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
       @key          = N'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion',
       @value_name   = N'CSDVersion', 
       @value        = @OSPatchLevel output  

set @cmd = 'ping ' + @Node1 
create table #Node1IP (grabfield varchar(255)) 
insert into #Node1IP exec master.dbo.xp_cmdshell @cmd 


set @cmd = 'ping ' + @Node2
create table #Node2IP (grabfield varchar(255)) 
insert into #Node2IP exec master.dbo.xp_cmdshell @cmd 
 
set @cmd = 'ping ' + @@servername
create table #SQLServerIP (grabfield varchar(255)) 
insert into #SQLServerIP exec master.dbo.xp_cmdshell @cmd 

SET  @SQLServerIP=( 
      SELECT substring(grabfield,  charindex('[',grabfield)+1, charindex(']',grabfield)-charindex('[',grabfield)-1) 
      from #SQLServerIP  where left(grabfield,7) = 'Pinging' 
    )
SET  @Node1IP    =(
       SELECT substring(grabfield,  charindex('[',grabfield)+1, charindex(']',grabfield)-charindex('[',grabfield)-1) 
       from #Node1IP  where left(grabfield,7) = 'Pinging' 
     )
       
SET  @Node2IP  =( 
       SELECT substring(grabfield,  charindex('[',grabfield)+1, charindex(']',grabfield)-charindex('[',grabfield)-1) 
       from #Node2IP  where left(grabfield,7) = 'Pinging' 
    )
       
SET  @ProductVersion = (SELECT Character_Value from #TempTable where [INDEX]=2)
SET  @Platform  = (SELECT Character_Value from #TempTable where [INDEX]=4)
SET  @Windows_Version= (SELECT Character_Value from #TempTable where [INDEX]=15)
SET  @Processors  = (SELECT Character_Value from #TempTable where [INDEX]=16)
SET  @PhysicalMemory = (SELECT Character_Value from #TempTable where [INDEX]=19)


SELECT 
  ServerName   = @@SERVERNAME  
 ,OSName    = @OSName
 ,OSEdition   = @OSEdition
 ,OSPatchLevel          = @OSPatchLevel
 ,SQLServerIP          = @SQLServerIP
 ,IsClustered          = SERVERPROPERTY('IsClustered')
 ,Node1_Name   = @Node1
 ,Node1_IP   = @Node1IP 
 ,Node2_Name   = @Node2
 ,Node2_IP   = @Node2IP 
 ,SQLServerEdition         = SERVERPROPERTY('Edition')
 ,SQLServerLevel          = SERVERPROPERTY('ProductLevel')  
 ,ServerTimeZone          = @TimeZone 
 ,SQLServerVersion         = @ProductVersion
 ,SQLServerPlatform         = @PlatForm
 ,ProcessorCore          = @Processors
 ,PhysicalMemory          = @PhysicalMemory 
 ,ServiceAccountName         = @ServiceAccount 
 ,WKS_Server   = @MachineType
 ,Domain    = @DOMAIN
 
GO 
DROP TABLE #Node1IP
DROP TABLE #NODE2IP
DROP TABLE #SQLServerIP
DROP TABLE #TempTable
DROP TABLE #OSEdition 
GO


sp_configure 'xp_cmdshell',0
RECONFIGURE WITH OVERRIDE
GO
sp_configure 'show advanced options',0
RECONFIGURE WITH OVERRIDE
GO
Please do post back your feed back for this script, I will try my best to update and post back new version for this script.
- Hemantgiri S. Goswami (http://www.sql-server-citation.com )
photo credit: Skimaniac via photopin cc

4 comments:

  1. Resources like the one you mentioned here will be very useful to me! I will post a link to this page on my blog. I am sure my visitors will find that very useful.
    http://www.sqlservermasters.com/

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  2. Thanks for letting me know about this on my site at Simple SQL Server - Cluster Info

    Although I keep that script lean, I will probably be adding in the number of cores and total amount of memory on the server in a script to assess the health and settings for each instance.

    Thank you for a great script!

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I appreciate your time, thanks for posting your comment. I will review and reply to your comment as soon as I can.

Thank you
Hemantgiri