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Hello,

I check our batch request per sec and we have about 2,5-3k for one sec...

what number do you have on your server ?



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What is transactions/sec on your server/database?

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free_mascot (3/26/2014)
What is transactions/sec on your server/database?


I used this and about 750-850
DECLARE @cntr_value bigint

SELECT @cntr_value = cntr_value
FROM sys.dm_os_performance_counters
WHERE counter_name LIKE 'Transactions/sec%'
AND instance_name LIKE '_Total%'

WAITFOR DELAY '00:00:01'

SELECT cntr_value - @cntr_value
FROM sys.dm_os_performance_counters
WHERE counter_name LIKE 'Transactions/sec%'
AND instance_name LIKE '_Total%'





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I've seen 10, I've seen 50000. You can't compare that number to someone else, it's about your specific workload.

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GilaMonster (3/27/2014)
I've seen 10, I've seen 50000. You can't compare that number to someone else, it's about your specific workload.

Yes, I was thinking about it. Is any way how to find that our server is ok with these numbers?



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Compare to previous baselines.

Also, if the server isn't handling that number, you can't exactly go to the users and tell them to do less work. Rather you'd have to tune/upgrade as necessary to ensure that SQL can handle all the batch requests coming to it.

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