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Fine Build can install and configure the SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility as part of the SQL Server install process.If you do not want to include SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility in your Fine Build install, then do not download it.
The following table helps you identify the firewall ports required by SQL Server that will need to be allowed at a minimum in order for server roles in your Operations Manager management group to successfully communicate.Factors that influence the load on the Reporting data warehouse include: The Operations Manager data warehouse database is a single source of failure for the management group, so it can be made highly available using supported failover configurations such as SQL Server Always On Availability Groups or Failover Cluster Instances.SQL Server Always On availability groups support failover environments for a discrete set of user databases (availability databases).The Operations Manager database is a SQL Server database that contains all of the data needed by Operations Manager for day-to-day monitoring.Sizing and configuration of the database server is critical to the overall performance of the management group.This feature is installed automatically by the Microsoft SQL Server install for most editions of SQL Server, but is not included in the 32-bit install for SQL Server 2008 and above, so therefore only the x86 download is given.
Automated silent installation of SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility is performed by Process Id 4IE and is controlled by the parameters below: In order to maintain compatibility with older versions of SQL Fine Build, the parameter Inst SQLBC can also be used.
Fine Build also uses the following parameters to help install SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility: The following steps show what you would have to do to install SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility manually.
Fine Build does all of this work for you automatically.
On most systems, loads on the Reporting data warehouse are similar to those on the Operations Manager database, but they can vary.
In addition, the workload put on the Reporting data warehouse by reporting is different than the load put on the Operations Manager database by Operations console usage.
System Center 2016 – Operations Manager inserts data into the Reporting data warehouse in near-real time, it is important to have sufficient capacity on this server that supports writing all of the data that is being collected to the Reporting data warehouse.