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activity monitor resoure wait

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Our sql server running at high cpu usage, when I look at cpu in activity monitor it show something like in the screenshot, but I couldn't understands this data presentation. can someone explain ?
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hi

what you see is the resource waits.
that means that you have pids in sql server waiting for the cpu to free up so they can use it.
the value in MS wait.

if you want to find why your cpu is high then your going about it the wrong way.

to get started.
read this by DotNetBob : http://sql.dotnetbob.com/?p=96 
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