We have an application that is running 24x7 on a Sql Server 2000 SP 1 database.
We wanted to analyze the activities on the live server by turning on the SQL Profiler tool on another server and pointing it to the live database.
There are considerable amount of transactions/queries that are run against the live server.
My question is, how does the SQL profiler affect the performance of a SQL server database and how does it affect the CPU usage of the server?
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