SQL Server Performance

How do you check for and determine non-buffer pool memory allocations?

Discussion in 'ALL SQL SERVER QUESTIONS' started by Trev256b, Mar 9, 2014.

  1. Trev256b Member

    I want to check the multi-page allocations that are happening on the SQL Server (2008 R2) and determine how much RAM needs to be left for the related 'non-buffer pool' memory allocations.

    1) How can I check the memory allocation for this, to determine the size of RAM the SQL Server is using? Is there a memory clerk for this?
    2) Does anyone have a complete list of memory clerk definitions as I can't find this on the www?
  2. Trev256b Member

    hi everyone - let me know if you need to know the answer to this, as i worked it out but there is a mountain of information you need to know for a complete answer!!! :)

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