SQL Server Extended Events Articles

Extended Events in SQL Server 2012

Extended Events were introduced in SQL Server 2008 as a light-weight monitoring mechanism. Most DBAs typically use SQL Profiler to monitor and analyse SQL Server events. However, SQL Profiler is not a lightweight tool and consumes too many resources for use in a production environment. In SQL Server 2008, Extended Events can only be configured […]

Capture SQL Server Deadlocks using Extended Events

Deadlocks in SQL Server usually occur when users try to place exclusive locks on each other’s objects. For example, a database user Bob first acquires an exclusive lock on Sales table and then attempts to place an exclusive lock on Orders table. Another database user Joe already has an exclusive lock on Orders table, and […]
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