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T-SQL Script to Check if LiteSpeed is installed or not on the server

You can execute below script against the SQL Server instance and check whether LiteSpeed is installed on the server or not.

T-SQL script is checking registry to check the LiteSpeed version value.

declare @regkeyval varchar(20), @value varchar(255), @rc int
exec @rc=master.dbo.xp_regread 
  @rootkey= 'hkey_local_machine',
  @key='software\imceda\sqllitespeed\engine',
  @value_name='version',
  @regkeyval=@value output

set @value =isnull(@value,'-') 

if @value <> '-'
select 
 @@servername as SQLInstanceName
,case serverproperty('IsClustered') when 1 then cast(serverproperty('computernamephysicalnetbios') as varchar)
 else cast(serverproperty('machinename') as varchar)
 end as WindowsServerName
,@value as LiteSpeedVersion 
,'LiteSpeed is installed' as LiteSpeedStautsCheck
else
select 
 @@servername as SQLInstanceName
,case serverproperty('IsClustered') when 1 then cast(serverproperty('computernamephysicalnetbios') as varchar)
 else cast(serverproperty('machinename') as varchar)
 end as WindowsServerName
,'LiteSpeed is not installed' as LiteSpeedStautsCheck
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How to make Lite Speed Central database and Local repository in sync?

If you have configured the LiteSpeed in your environment using the Lite Speed Central repository option, there will be a scenario when Lite Speed Central repository misses some data. To make the data available in central repository you can use the LiteSpeed local database and execute the below procedure to ensure that cenral repository comes in sync with the local repository.

exec dbo.xp_replicate_activity_statistics