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Hi ,

I want to know how may I find the how much memory and CPU consumption of a SQL server for the currently running SSIS packages?

thanks in Advance
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Hi,
which SQL Server version and edition?
How are the packages started for execution and where do the packages reside?

If it is SQL 2012 / 2014 and you use project deployment model - hence the SSIS catalog - you can find some performance information in the related SSISDB dashboard:
https://www.simple-talk.com/sql/ssis/ssis-2012-projects-deployment-configurations-and-monitoring/

Meassured Performance counters in SSISDB:
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms137622(v=sql.110)

General performance monitoring options:
http://www.mattmasson.com/2013/04/monitoring-ssis-package-executions/

HTH
Rainer
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This is ssis2008
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I don't think you can't see exactly for a single package. What you can do is to take a snapshot of the CPU and Memory consumption before executing the package and then another one when during the execution of the package the resources reach the maximum so you can see the difference.
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Usefull information.
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