Last updated on September 25th, 2021 at 08:48 pm
If you are looking for an SQL query to use against your System Center Configuration Manager database to give you the ability to report on server CPU information, this is the query for you!
You can use the below to get various information on the CPU or you can use SELECT * to bring back all information and make your own choices. We have gone for the basics of what you would normally need for a report using SSRS or Power BI.
SELECT DISTINCT(CPU.SystemName0) AS [System Name], CS.Manufacturer0 AS [Make], CS.Model0 AS [Model], OS.Caption0 AS [Operating System], CS.SystemType0 AS [Architecture], CPU.Name0 AS [CPU Model], COUNT(CPU.ResourceID) AS [Number of CPUs], CPU.NumberOfCores0 AS [Number of Cores per CPU], CPU.NumberOfLogicalProcessors0 AS [Logical CPU Count] FROM [dbo].[v_GS_PROCESSOR] CPU LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM CS ON CS.ResourceID = CPU.ResourceID LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.v_GS_Operating_System OS ON CS.ResourceID = OS.ResourceID WHERE OS.Caption0 LIKE '%server%' GROUP BY CS.Manufacturer0, CS.Model0, OS.Caption0, CS.SystemType0, CPU.SystemName0, CPU.Name0, CPU.NumberOfCores0, CPU.NumberOfLogicalProcessors0 ORDER BY [System Name] ASC
This should then produce SQL information like this:
You can then use this to create pretty reports in SSRS or Power BI!
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