I have gone through and made some minor updates and bug fixes for all of my SQL Server Diagnostic Information Queries for this month. I also added two new queries at the end of the script, to collect some information about the SQL Server Agent jobs and about the SQL Server Agent alerts (which are different than notifications about jobs) on the SQL Server instance.
Rather than having a separate blog post for each version, I’ll just put the links for all four versions here.
SQL Server 2005 Diagnostic Information Queries SQL Server 2005 Blank Results
SQL Server 2008 Diagnostic Information Queries SQL Server 2008 Blank Results
SQL Server 2008 R2 Diagnostic Information Queries SQL Server 2008 R2 Blank Results
SQL Server 2012 Diagnostic Information Queries SQL Server 2012 Blank Results
About half of the queries are instance specific and about half are database specific, so you will want to make sure you are connected to a database that you are concerned about instead of the master, system database.
The idea is that you would run each query in the set, one at a time (after reading the directions). You need to click on the top left square of the results grid to select all of the results, and then right-click and select “Copy with Headers” to copy all of the results, including the column headers to the Windows clipboard. Then you paste the results into the matching tab in the spreadsheet.
There are also some comments on how to interpret the results after each query. Please let me know what you think of these queries.
Filed under: Diagnostic Queries, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012 Tagged: DMV, DMV Queries