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My tempdb is getting full within 2 hours , there are some executing SP that are using temporary tables, cursors and joins , How can I troubleshoot the same, please help.
thanx in advance.
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Identify what is using lots of TempDB via the task_space_usage and session_space_usage DMVs, tune the offending queries to use less TempDB space.

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Common causes include insufficient memory, large temporary tables,large queries silling into TempDB. use queries on Monitor TempDB usage or if you want to list current TempDB statements - List Current TempDB statements

Work on optimizing the queries

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My tempdb is getting full within 2 hours , there are some executing SP that are using temporary tables, cursors and joins , How can I troubleshoot the same, please help.
thanx in advance.


How big is your tempdb in relation to the databases (and their largest tables) on your instance?
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I have identified the stored procedures which are causing increase in tempdb size , procedures are using cursors and creating huge temp tables, what should I do to avoid this?

thanks in advance...
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I have identified the stored procedures which are causing increase in tempdb size , procedures are using cursors and creating huge temp tables, what should I do to avoid this?

thanks in advance...
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Work through the procedures, see if you can rewrite them not to use cursors and temp tables.

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Are you receiving any Sort warnings? these can be a clue of ORDER BY spilling into TempDB and insufficient memory. Check Statistics are up to date

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Jack Vamvas (5/23/2013)
Are you receiving any Sort warnings? these can be a clue of ORDER BY spilling into TempDB and insufficient memory. Check Statistics are up to date


Sorts are very prone to spilling even if everything's correct in terms of stats and there's tonnes of memory. It's because of the size of the memory required to do the sort, while SQL may well have enough memory, it's not likely to toss lots of stuff out of the buffer pool just so that one process can have a few GB of workspace memory for a sort

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When I see Sort warnings - I check a) Statistics are up to date b) Consider Query Tuning

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