About Me - Who is DR DBA?

Hello. My name is Rudy Panigas and I am a Production Senior Microsoft SQL Server Database Administrator (DBA) with over 14 years of experience. Have published articles with SQL Central, am a leader for the my local PASS chapter in Toronto (TORPASS) and love to automate anything SQL including disaster recovery. I created this blog to share my views, knowledge and to discuss Microsoft SQL server in order to help out others in this field. Please test these scripts before using. I do not warranty and do not take any responsibility for it, its misuse or output it creates. You can reach me at this email address: sqlsurgeon@outlook.com

Monday, April 18, 2011

Collect SQL Server/Process Information - Quickly

If you need to get information out of your SQL server (2005 or 2008) quickly, execute the stored procedure and you will get a detailed report for the following areas

- Buffer statistics  - Memory statistics - General statistics - Locks statistics/Totals for Locks statistics
- TempDB statistics - Totals of Database statistics  - Plan Cache statistics - Transactions statistics
- SQL error statistics - SQL statistics (SQL compilations/recompilations) - Wait statistics - SQL  Execution statistics

This script displays data from the dynamic management  view called: sys.dm_os_performance and presents it in a report. I recommend that you look closer to this view for all your statistical needs.
If you find other information that you want to include, just modify this script to reflect the additional information.

Hope you find this script useful.


Download script here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B07PMQYOhF2DZ0RsMkdjeWEwR2M/edit?usp=sharing

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