Does anyone have a SQL script that I can run against the SQL Monitor database to clear alerts?
I have over 600k uncleared alerts for a particular server and it is bogging down the web application and I can't clear them.
DECLARE @Alerts TABLE (AlertId INT, Date BIGINT)
INSERT INTO @Alerts
( AlertId, Date )
SELECT A.AlertId, ASev.Date
FROM alert.Alert A INNER JOIN alert.Alert_Severity ASev ON A.AlertId = ASev.AlertId
INNER JOIN alert.Alert_Type AType ON A.AlertType = AType.AlertType
WHERE A.TargetObject LIKE '%<[i]server/cluster name[/i]>%'
AND AType.Name = '<[i]alert type[/i]>'
INSERT INTO alert.Alert_Cleared
( AlertId, Date, Cleared )
SELECT A.AlertId, A.Date, 1
FROM @Alerts A
UPDATE alert.Alert SET [Read]=1
WHERE AlertId IN
(SELECT AlertId from @Alerts)
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