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Posted Monday, May 5, 2014 4:46 PM
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I'm trying to get a handle per-database performance on my servers (SQL 2005 and 2008 R2) to determine candidates for consolidation; i.e., rank databases by biggest resource consumers. What subsystems should I look at: CPU? Disk I/O? Buffer? Do you have -- or Is there a resource that has lists -- queries for each type of utilization? Thanks for your help!
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For a deep answer on those questions, I suggest you to go to the books section in this site. You'll find great resources available there.


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Google Glenn Berry's diagnostic queries. They have helped me in various situations and give a good insight in the most important aspects of an SQL Server instance. He has sets per version.
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