MSSQLTips: Tip #43 – SQL Server Agent Jobs Monitoring Script

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Problems with SQL Server Agent Jobs can lead to missing backups, missing notifications about a failed job and sometimes missing mission critical tasks that are run as scheduled jobs.

Some of the common SQL Server Agent Job problems are described in other MSSQLTips tips. In this tip we have provided a single script that will check the jobs for a number of issues including:

  • Disabled SQL Server Agent Jobs
  • Failed SQL Server Agent Jobs or Job Steps
  • SQL Server Agent Jobs without a Description
  • SQL Server Agent Jobs without Schedules
  • Disabled SQL Server Agent Job Schedules
  • SQL Server Agent Jobs without Categories
  • SQL Server Agent Jobs Owned by a DBA or Other Privileged User
  • SQL Server Agent Jobs with no Owner or Owner Login is Denied “CONNECT TO SQL”
  • No SQL Server Agent Notifications on Job Failure or Completion
  • SQL Server Agent Operators Issues
  • SQL Server Agent Missing Job History
  • Potential SQL Server Agent Job Step Issue or Step Won’t Execute

Please read the latest MSSQLTips post: “SQL Server Agent Jobs Monitoring Script“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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MSSQLTips: Tip #42 – SQL Server Edition Post-Downgrade Steps

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After downgrading SQL Server Enterprise Edition to the Standard one some of the configuration settings are reset to the default values. In this tip we provide examples of some of the issues you may have after the SQL Server Edition downgrade.

Please read the latest MSSQLTips post: “SQL Server Edition Post-Downgrade Steps“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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MSSQL Tips: Tip #24 – SQL Server 2016 Query Store Queries

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What are some practical applications of using the Query Store? What queries can be run against the Query Store? What sort of questions can I get answered?

Please read my latest MSSQL Tip: “SQL Server 2016 Query Store Queries“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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MSSQL Tips: Tip #22 – Compare SQL permissions using SQL Server Data Tools

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In this new tip you will find out how to use Visual Studio and SQL Server Data Tools to compare a database permissions and to copy permissions (including users and logins).

Please read the latest MSSQL Tip: “Compare SQL permissions using SQL Server Data Tools“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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MSSQL Tips: Tip #11 – Script to get CPU and Cores for SQL Server 2012 Licensing

This MSSQLTips tip will help you to audit your SQL Server licensing with PowerShell script.

Please read the latest MSSQL Tip: “Script to get CPU and Cores for SQL Server 2012 Licensing“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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MSSQL Tips: Tip #10 – Different Ways to Find SQL Server Object Dependencies

In my 10th MSSQLTips tip you will learn about different ways to display objects dependencies and you will learn how to use provided scripts in your day-to-day work.

Please read the latest MSSQL Tip: “Different Ways to Find SQL Server Object Dependencies“.

Check out all of my tips here: http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlserverauthor/94/svetlana-golovko/.

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