Finding A Database’s Availability Group

David Fowler has a quick stored procedure to figure out to which availability group a particular database belongs:

If you happen to be managing SQL Servers with a large number of databases and availability groups, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of which database belongs to which availability group.

sp_WhatsMyAG will tell you just that.  You can either provide it with the database name and it’ll tell you the AG that your specified database belongs to or you can leave the parameter NULL and you’ll get the AG of the database whose context you’re currently in.

Click through for the script.

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