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Looking for a MS SQL analyser!

Posted on 2002-07-23
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Hi,

I am looking for a MS SQL analyser for 7.0 and 2000.

Thanks

JL
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Question by:jlislo
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by:Éric Moreau
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Install the Client Utilities from your SQL CD.
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by:jlislo
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Is that give you like
1. Usage on CPU break down by DB
2. Usage on each query
3. Summary by DB, user, CPU ...etc
4. Statistic report on each detail

Thanks.
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by:jlislo
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Is that give you like
1. Usage on CPU break down by DB
2. Usage on each query
3. Summary by DB, user, CPU ...etc
4. Statistic report on each detail

Thanks.
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by:wensinkg
ID: 7173251
You can get some of what you seek from the Profiler in SQL Server and some of it from the System Performance Monitor from your server.  However, I don't know of any tool that can break down the CPU usage by DB.
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by:jlislo
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I think I will try the following two first.

Spotlight vended by Quest Software
LOG EXPLORER from Lumigent

Please let me know if you know any other good one. Thanks.

JL
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David Todd earned 50 total points
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Hi,

Maybe not for SQL 7, but if you want a non-tool way to do this for SQL 2000 then install each production database into their own named instance of SQL 2000. Then each will have a separate process ID in Task Manager and Performance Monitor.

And assuming no schema changes etc then the system databases will have little or no activity except that generated from your production database.

Of course this might be a bit over the top for what you want ...

Regards
  David
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by:jlislo
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You are right this is a little over what I want. I think I will pick one of my list and buy it. But you idea is good, I may use it to one of my most importent DB. Thanks.

Jammy
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