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Dynamic Management Objects


Dynamic Management Objects

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Chris Hedgate
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THANK YOU MICROSOFT!
I can't wait to dig into the other views and functions to see what they can provide, but just seeing the queryplan that is in action is a BIG deal.

Also its great the plan is in XML so it can be parsed!

Paul



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Hi all,

This is an extremely important set of views and objects that really opens up what is going on in the inside of SS, and MS has *finally* taken this very welcome step to allow us to look at this info easily. Btw, Oracle has had this functionality for a very long time - these were called "V$" performance views and were around since V7. I (and most Oracle DBAs as well) regularly use these to quickly determine issues in Oracle. In fact so many books have been written about this, I have lost count!

I mention all of this to say that we are possibly at the cusp of really being able to break into this black box of MS performance, and hence I am excited!

Regards to all,

John Kanagaraj <><

DB Soft Inc

Co-Author: Oracle Database 10g Insider Solutions http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0672327910/


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