SQL Server 2012 Diagnostic Information Queries (October 2012)

Here is the October 2012 version of my SQL Server 2012 Diagnostic Information Queries, with some minor tweaks and improvements to a number of the existing queries.  I also removed three of the existing queries, since they seemed a little redundant.

To go with it is an updated, blank SQL Server 2012 results spreadsheet, where the tabs in the spreadsheet are labeled and in the same order as the queries. The idea is that you can run these queries one by one, click on the top left square of the results grid, and then right-click and select “Copy with Headers” to select and copy the results of the query and then paste them into the matching tab of the results spreadsheet.

Many of these queries only work on SQL Server 2012, although some will work on older versions of SQL Server. If you are using an older version of SQL Server, you should use the version of my diagnostic queries for that version of SQL Server.

As always, I welcome any feedback you may have about these queries.

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3 Responses to SQL Server 2012 Diagnostic Information Queries (October 2012)

  1. Chris Yates says:

    Glenn, I appreciate the time you take on these. I have used these immensely in my DBA efforts.

  2. Dave says:

    Thanks so much Glen. Do you have warnings for the scripts that will cause locking in the database? If so could you put some in the descriptions?

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