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Transactions Per sec

HI ALL, what is the best way of testing as to How many TPS a SQL Server Can handle or How many Inserts can be done to a database per second. We have an environment where we just do inserts to the database during the day between 10 AM to 4 PM. Does any one has a script to check this.
Venu for information on TPC> And I haven’t seen any script to test the provcess, PROFILER and PERFMON *SYSMON) is the correct approach to assess the situation. Satya SKJ
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I am not sure if there is a script available for the same howecer I believe SQL Server Magazine had launced a portal for the same. Not sure of the details though. Gaurav
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How about: Performance Monitor: SQLServer Databases–>>Transactions/sec?
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Transactions/Sec is not the best counter according to<a target="_blank" href=></a> <img src=’/community/emoticons/emotion-1.gif’ alt=’:)‘ /><br /><br />—–<br />To get a feel of how busy SQL Server is, monitor the SQLServer: SQL Statistics: Batch Requests/Sec counter. This counter measures the number of batch requests that SQL Server receives per second, and generally follows in step to how busy your server’s CPUs are.<br />…<br />Some DBAs use the SQLServer<img src=’/community/emoticons/emotion-2.gif’ alt=’:D‘ />atabases:Transaction/Sec:_Total to measure total SQL Server activity, but this is not a good idea. Transaction/Sec only measures activity that is inside a transaction, not all activity, producing skewed results. Instead, always use the SQLServer: SQL Statistics: Batch Requests/Sec counter, which measures all SQL Server activity.<br />—–
Not quite sure, but maybe these one will help:…53-893a-4aaf-b4a6-9a8bb9669a8b&DisplayLang=en;EN-US;231619 FWIW ———————–