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Memory Utilised by SQL Server


Memory Utilised by SQL Server

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Hi All,

I am interested in finding out how much memory SQL Server is exactly utilising?

But doesn't wanna use the Perfmon counters at all.

Mine SQL Server version is SQL Server 2008 R2 EE 64 bit.


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Jeetendra

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In Windows Server 2008 and greater, you can use the Resource Monitor to observe how SQL server utilises memory (accessable via Task manager)

Monitoring Resource Usage (System Monitor)
Monitoring Memory Usage

Effects of min and max server memory

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select name,type,
sum(single_pages_kb+multi_pages_kb) as MemoryKB
from sys.dm_os_memory_clerks
group by name,type
order by memorykb desc


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Hi;
See my blog post.

http://mumbaisqldba.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/finding-out-how-much-memory-sql-server-is-utilizing/

Ali
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You can use DBCC MEMORYSTATUS

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907877

Thanks

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