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SQLServerCentral Runs sp_Blitz - Query Plans


SQLServerCentral Runs sp_Blitz - Query Plans

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I've been using sp_Blitz for a while and love it! It's an invaluable tool that no DBA should be without.

A minor correction: The article mentions version 16 as the current version but at Brent's site the current version available for download is v22.

Enjoy!
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Dave62 (5/29/2013)
I've been using sp_Blitz for a while and love it! It's an invaluable tool that no DBA should be without.

A minor correction: The article mentions version 16 as the current version but at Brent's site the current version available for download is v22.

Enjoy!

The current version is 22, but we ran this awhile back and are working off those results. I'll have to re-run it before the next article.

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Does this tool look for stored procedures with deprecated names of the form sp_*? If so, it will report itself! Perhaps this the author's subtle form of irony.
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