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How can i find which tables are read/write intensive within sql server 2005


How can i find which tables are read/write intensive within sql server 2005

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How can i find which tables are read/write intensive within sql server 2005

Really would appreciate some help on this guys and gals....
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dba_track (9/30/2013)
How can i find which tables are read/write intensive within sql server 2005

Really would appreciate some help on this guys and gals....


What are you looking for? Not sure what you mean by "read/write intensive".

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What i mean is is to find some sort of stats on how many times all the tables within any given database is read from and written to - either based upon a profile trace OR from querying a DMV or a collection of DMVs..

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What i mean is is to find some sort of stats on how many times all the tables within any given database is read from and written to - either based upon a profile trace OR from querying a DMV or a collection of DMVs..

Thanks


This is a challenge to be 100% accurate but you can use a couple of DMVs to help identify them.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174281.aspx

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188755.aspx

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Thank you for that... I 'll definately read up on those articles.

In the meantime what is your opinion on the following query?

select sum(reads) as Reads, sum(writes) as Writes
from DB_NAME
where TextData like '%TABLENAME%'
(this would be querying an output from trace data gained from profiler)

Would that be right in this context? Thanks
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