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Old March 14th, 2007, 01:40 PM
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I believe their may be some traffic. To find out for sure, not trust someone's opinion on the web. Setup a SQL server that is not used at all. Configure your Enterprise manager connecting to it. Then run SQL trace on that new special sql server. Watch all traffic and notice what does and does not create traffic and what it does exactly. SQL trace is wonderful for finding out whats really going on as opposed to what you think or your told is going on.

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I used the profiler rob, looks like there is no traffic as such created by it, having 10 to 15 servers registered. Still I was wondering how does it show the connected ICON - the symbol that shows up as Play button in green colour, the same changes to red coloured STOP button when the remote sql server is stopped. To get this info the EM should be probing all those registered periodically. But the TRACE shows no traces of it.

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I think you may not be understanding the icon. Until you try to connect to the server you don't know if it's running. Only after trying to connect do you know if it's connected. Register a server and notice when you open it up in enterprise manager you see traffic with profiler. But you have to click on the server to find out if its up or not. If the server is running on your local computer you get a green light to show you it is on. At least thats how I remember it but verify with SQL trace to know for sure. You should see traffic when you connect with EM or QA.

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Makes sense. But as of now I am assuming registering multiple servers on EM doesn't cause harm until we find some solid proof of traffic happening.

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It will create traffice if you click on it but if it's registered and you never click on it I don't recall seeing any traffic.

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