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SQL Monitor Custom Metric: Buffer Pressure

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Trying to determine if you have pressure in your buffer allocations can be difficult. This metric reliably indicates if you have a buffer problem using the memory dump from DBCC MEMORYSTATUS() and comparing Target Committed to the Current Committed allocations. If you hit negative numbers you are looking at a buffer issue.

2014-10-14

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