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Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Currently Running Queries to track what happening/currently running  in SQL Server using DMV's?

1)sys.dm_exec_sessions

2)sys.dm_exec_requests

The Above Two DMV's mainly used to see currently running in SQL Server.

T-SQL Script:


DECLARE @OpenQueries TABLE (cpu_time INT, logical_reads INT, session_id INT)
INSERT INTO @OpenQueries(cpu_time, logical_reads, session_id)
select r.cpu_time ,r.logical_reads, r.session_id
from sys.dm_exec_sessions as s inner join sys.dm_exec_requests as r 
on s.session_id =r.session_id and s.last_request_start_time=r.start_time
where is_user_process = 1
and s.session_id <> @@SPID
waitfor delay '00:00:01'
select substring(h.text, (r.statement_start_offset/2)+1 , ((case r.statement_end_offset when -1 then datalength(h.text)  else r.statement_end_offset end - r.statement_start_offset)/2) + 1) as text
, r.cpu_time-t.cpu_time as CPUDiff 
, r.logical_reads-t.logical_reads as ReadDiff
, r.wait_type
, r.wait_time
, r.last_wait_type
, r.wait_resource
, r.command
, r.database_id
, r.blocking_session_id
, r.granted_query_memory
, r.session_id
, r.reads
, r.writes, r.row_count, s.[host_name]
, s.program_name, s.login_name
from sys.dm_exec_sessions as s inner join sys.dm_exec_requests as r 
on s.session_id =r.session_id and s.last_request_start_time=r.start_time
left join @OpenQueries as t on t.session_id=s.session_id
CROSS APPLY sys.dm_exec_sql_text(r.sql_handle) h
where is_user_process = 1
and s.session_id <> @@SPID
order by 3 desc