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database auditing performance issues?


database auditing performance issues?

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Can anyone explain me that do we get any performance issues when we implement database auditing on whole database. I googled but unfortunately I didn't find any good information. If someone could explain me that would be great. Thanks
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what exactly is it you want to audit?

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All the table level changes(insert,update,delete,select).
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And how have you implemented database auditing on the whole database? (there are at least a half-dozen different ways to do it)

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Ok, this is the way I am implementing auditing : SCHEMA LEVEL AUDITING

CREATE DATABASE AUDIT SPECIFICATION Example2
FOR SERVER AUDIT ADEVNTUREWORKSAudit
ADD (INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE,SELECT
ON SCHEMA::dbo
BY public)
WITH (STATE = ON)
GO

By, implementing this do I get any performance issues? My database is size is 30 GB..and has harddrive capacity of 200 GB.
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Any updates by anyone would be helpful...
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