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Find memory used by particular Database


Find memory used by particular Database

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rahulgsingh
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I am very surprised to find in experts forum scripts that are in sql2005 BOL:-)
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Hi Rahul,

I executed the first query and my DB has retured value 486763 on cached_count_pages. We have allocated 6.5 GB memory for the DB. so as per this result how i would i know the allocated memory is sufficient or not?

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I think each page = 8KB, so you could add a calculation to the SELECT clause:


SELECT
COUNT(*)AS cached_pages_count,
COUNT(*)/128.0 AS Cached_MB


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I got it..Thanks Orestes Smile

--Kasi
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A good sql query.

Thanks



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I also found this on BOL. Would have been more helpful if contained some additional information.
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