Applies To: SQL Server 2014, SQL Server 2016 Preview
If the WSFC node that hosts a local instance of SQL Server that is enabled for AlwaysOn Availability Groups has WSFC quorum, returns a row for each of the members that constitute the quorum and the state of each of them. This includes of all nodes in the cluster (returned with CLUSTER_ENUM_NODE type by the Clusterenum function) and the disk or file-share witness, if any. The row returned for a given member contains information about the state of that member. For example, for a five node cluster with majority node quorum in which one node is down, when sys.dm_hadr_cluster_members is queried from a server instance that is that is enabled for AlwaysOn Availability Groups that resides on a node with quorum, sys.dm_hadr_cluster_members reflects the state of the down node as "NODE_DOWN".
If the WSFC node has no quorum, no rows are returned.
Use this dynamic management view to answer the following questions:
What nodes are currently running on the WSFC cluster?
How many more failures can the WSFC cluster tolerate before losing quorum in a majority-node case?
Applies to: SQL Server (SQL Server 2012 through current version), Azure SQL Database.
Beginning in SQL Server 2014, this dynamic management view supports AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances in addition to AlwaysOn Availability Groups.
Member name, which can be a computer name, a drive letter, or a file share path.
The type of member, one of:
0 = WSFC node
1 = Disk witness
2 = File share witness
Description of member_type, one of:
The member state, one of:
0 = Offline
1 = Online
Description of member_state, one of:
Number of quorum votes possessed by this quorum member. For No Majority: Disk Only quorums, this value defaults to 0. For other quorum types, this value defaults to 1.
Requires VIEW SERVER STATE permission on the server.