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Performance Monitoring with Dynamic Management Views


Performance Monitoring with Dynamic Management Views

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Hi,

Very nice article!

Readers can discover a lot more about improving SQL performance via DMVs in this recently published book "SQL Server DMVs in Action" www.manning.com/stirk. It contains more than 100 scripts to identify problems, and offers a wide range of solutions.

Chapters 1 and 3 can be downloaded for free. Chapter 1 includes scripts for:

A simple monitor

Finding your slowest queries

Find your missing indexes

Identifying what SQL is running now

Quickly find a cached plan

Thanks

Ian
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Hi Ron,

I tried to take a look into the paper you´ve mentioned (SQL Server Instance Health Monitoring Tool) but it seems that the pdf is broken. It says the data type is incorrectly formatted.


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Good article, although a second one on what the figures mean in the real world would be useful.

BTW the link to the first chapter of the book works fine, but is a bit slow.

Chris
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Thanks for the article - good stuff.



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Hi Ian,

thanks for mentoning the book. It´s now on my wish list
The sample chapters look promising.

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I tried to take a look into the paper you´ve mentioned (SQL Server Instance Health Monitoring Tool) but it seems that the pdf is broken. It says the data type is incorrectly formatted.



yep, pdf is broken Sad
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Everything downloaded fine for me - nice article.

Doug
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Ron,

Where can you download the script manager tool you wrote - that looks like a real neat utility I could use to categorize my scripts.

Thanks,
Doug
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Hi

I was able to download the file, but I can't open it using acrobat reader, it says that file is not a PDF file...

http://rjssqlservernotes.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/sqlserverinstancehealthmonitor.pdf

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