Analysis of SQL Server Performance Data

  • Jambu Krishnamurthy

    SSCrazy

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    Comments posted here are about the content posted at temp

  • chinn

    SSCrazy

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    Great Job,

    You made it so simple and clear.

    Thanks,

  • Joshua Jin

    SSC Rookie

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    Good Example!

  • Ranga N

    SSChasing Mays

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    Nice article...very simple and precise.

    But, I did not understand the second report...what are P1, P2, P3 columns represent ?

    Please let me know.

     

    thanks,

    Ranga

     

  • Jambu Krishnamurthy

    SSCrazy

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    P1, P2 and P3 refer to Period1, Period2 and Period3.

    In a real situation, they could be labelled week1, week2, week3,.....weekN

    so if you have data collected for 2 years (i.e. 52 * 2 = 104 weeks) you could create a report comparing data across those 104 periods.

    Normally I do for the last 10 periods.

    hope I answered your question. If still not clear, please bug me. I will try to be more explanatory.

     

    thankz

    jambu

     

     

     

     

  • colin.Leversuch-Roberts

    SSC Guru

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    very nice!  adds more leverage to the power of sql server, and as you say would produce excellent olap cubes. excellent article.

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  • Ranga N

    SSChasing Mays

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    Thanks...You answere my question.

  • David Eades

    SSC Journeyman

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    Thanks

    Good article. Very clear and easy to understand. I am currently working my way through performance testing and how to get the best out of Performance Monitor. This is a great help to me.

    Cheers

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