SQL Server Performance

Using Profiler

Discussion in 'Performance Tuning for DBAs' started by loiter99, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. loiter99 New Member

    What is a better gadge to finding items in sql server eatting up the processing time:

    1) Duration
    2) Writes
    3) CPU
    4) All of the above

    Also, I set my duration to 10,000 and I am seeing an awful lot of commands like this:

    -- network protocol: TCP/IP
    set quoted_identifier on
    set implicit_transactions off
    set cursor_close_on_commit off
    set ansi_warnings on
    set ansi_padding on
    set ansi_nulls on
    set concat_null_yields_null on
    set language us_english
    set dateformat mdy
    set datefirst 7

    It is doing it for more than one application name. What is going on here and is it something I can set so the system doesn't have to keep doing it?

  2. Luis Martin Moderator

    I´ll add reads to the counters.

    Luis Martin

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  3. joechang New Member

    the --network is from the login or existing connections, go ahead and remove those events, unless of course your cpu problems are from excessive login/logouts

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