All Good Things
I haven’t run into a bug with this thing in just about… Well, ever. This proc has been pretty solid.
As I use it though, especially in front of clients, I find myself wanting some additional data points all in one place. With this release, I’ve added a few small things.
- Total physical memory in the server (not just max server memory)
- CPU details (NUMA nodes, schedulers; if they’re off line, etc.)
- A debug mode for the dynamic SQL
The CPU details column is an XML clickable that will look something like this:
<cpu_details> <offline_cpus>0</offline_cpus> <cpu_count>8</cpu_count> <hyperthread_ratio>8</hyperthread_ratio> <softnuma_configuration_desc>OFF</softnuma_configuration_desc> <socket_count>1</socket_count> <cores_per_socket>4</cores_per_socket> <socket_count>1</socket_count> </cpu_details>
This is an example from my test VM. Please don’t think less of me.
You can find out more, and download the script over here.
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This is great Erik, thank you very much 🙂
You got it!
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