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CPU on SQL server

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Our .net application runs slow from a couple of weeks ago, it is using the SQL database, I see the CPU usage on SQL server sometimes goes up to 96% above, how can I troubleshooting this to see what is using the CPU?

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Use Activity monitor to see what is going on when you see CPU jumped to 96%.

Also I would recommend using Adam Machanic sp_whoisactive, to see what is going on.

You can download code from here.
http://sqlblog.com/blogs/adam_machanic/archive/2012/03/22/released-who-is-active-v11-11.aspx
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sp_WhoIsActive is a great tool for seeing what is happening at a particular moment. You can also have it capture its results to a table and schedule it which is nice. Glenn Berry has some great diagnostic queries that inspect the plan cache to show you which queries in a particular database have used the most CPU, I/O, memory, etc. They are great for finding those problem queries.

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