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Locate duplicate nodes in SolarWinds Database

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Updated November 29, 2016


This article provides steps to discover the existence of duplicate nodes in your SolarWinds database.


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Run the following SQL query against your SolarWinds database, using either SQL Server Management Studio (recommended) or Database Manager:

Note: SolarWindsDatabaseName is the name of your SolarWinds database.

USE SolarWindsDatabaseName
Select IP_address, count(*)
GROUP BY IP_address
Having COUNT (*)>1

The result will be a list of IP addresses that are each assigned to multiple monitored nodes. Use Node Management in the web console to delete duplicates by IP address.




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