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 Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
a.tarannikova
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Мальчики, привет.

Такая проблемка:

на сервеер нет возможности запустить perfmon.



Надо запросом посмотреть скоьлко памяти употребляет SQL Server.


Подскажите пожалуйста как это сделать запросом?
3 май 17, 15:03    [20453382]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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В диспетчере задач процес скл сервера показывает что съем аж 190 Мб.


А на серваке из 16 Гб свободно только 1.
3 май 17, 15:04    [20453387]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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хотя даже в одном sys.dm_os_buffer_descriptors уже 5 Гб.
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 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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Возможно отсюда:

sys.dm_os_performance_counters



но что конкретно смотреть?
3 май 17, 15:32    [20453516]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
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 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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/* Generated in SQL Explorer v.1.6.2.30705 */
SET NOCOUNT ON
SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED
SET LOCK_TIMEOUT 10000

DECLARE @ServiceName NVARCHAR(100)
SET @ServiceName = CASE WHEN @@SERVICENAME = 'MSSQLSERVER'
                            THEN 'SQLServer:'
                        ELSE 'MSSQL$' + @@SERVICENAME + ':'
                        END

DECLARE @Perf TABLE (object_name nvarchar(20), counter_name nvarchar(128), instance_name nvarchar(128), cntr_value BIGINT, formatted_value NUMERIC(20, 2), shortname NVARCHAR(20))
INSERT INTO @Perf(object_name, counter_name, instance_name, cntr_value, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT 
  CASE 
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Memory Manager', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Memory Manager'
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Buffer Manager', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Buffer Manager'
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Plan Cache', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Plan Cache'
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Buffer Node', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Buffer Node' -- 2008
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Memory Node', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Memory Node' -- 2012
    WHEN CHARINDEX ('Cursor', object_name)> 0 THEN 'Cursor'
    ELSE NULL 
  END AS object_name,
  CAST(RTRIM(counter_name) AS NVARCHAR(100)) AS counter_name, 
  RTRIM(instance_name) AS instance_name, 
  cntr_value,
  CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(20,2)) AS formatted_value,
  SUBSTRING(counter_name,  1, PATINDEX('% %', counter_name)) shortname
FROM sys.dm_os_performance_counters 
WHERE (object_name LIKE @ServiceName + 'Buffer Node%'     -- LIKE is faster than =. I have no idea why
    OR object_name LIKE @ServiceName + 'Buffer Manager%' 
    OR object_name LIKE @ServiceName + 'Memory Node%' 
    OR object_name LIKE @ServiceName + 'Plan Cache%')
  AND (counter_name LIKE '%pages %' 
    OR counter_name LIKE '%Node Memory (KB)%'
    OR counter_name = 'Page life expectancy' 
    )
    OR  (object_name = @ServiceName + 'Memory Manager'
        AND counter_name IN ('Granted Workspace Memory (KB)', 'Maximum Workspace Memory (KB)',
                                    'Memory Grants Outstanding',     'Memory Grants Pending',
                                    'Target Server Memory (KB)',     'Total Server Memory (KB)',
                                    'Connection Memory (KB)',        'Lock Memory (KB)',
                                    'Optimizer Memory (KB)',         'SQL Cache Memory (KB)',
                                    -- for 2012
                                    'Free Memory (KB)',              'Reserved Server Memory (KB)',
                                    'Database Cache Memory (KB)',    'Stolen Server Memory (KB)')
      )
    OR (object_name LIKE @ServiceName + 'Cursor Manager by Type%'
      AND counter_name = 'Cursor memory usage'
      AND instance_name = '_Total'
      )

-- Add unit to 'Cursor memory usage'
UPDATE @Perf
SET counter_name = counter_name + ' (KB)'
WHERE counter_name = 'Cursor memory usage' 

-- Convert values from pages and KB to MB and rename counters accordingly
UPDATE @Perf
SET 
  counter_name = REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(counter_name, ' pages', ''), ' (KB)', ''), ' (MB)', ''), 
  formatted_value = 
  CASE 
    WHEN counter_name LIKE '%pages' THEN cntr_value/128. 
    WHEN counter_name LIKE '%(KB)' THEN cntr_value/1024. 
    ELSE cntr_value
  END

-- Delete some pre 2012 counters for 2012 in order to remove duplicates
DELETE P2008
FROM @Perf P2008
INNER JOIN @Perf P2012 ON REPLACE(P2008.object_name, 'Buffer', 'Memory') = P2012.object_name AND P2008.shortname = P2012.shortname
WHERE P2008.object_name IN ('Buffer Manager', 'Buffer Node')

-- Update counter/object names so they look like in 2012
UPDATE PC
SET 
  object_name = REPLACE(object_name, 'Buffer', 'Memory'),
  counter_name = ISNULL(M.NewName, counter_name)  
FROM @Perf PC
  LEFT JOIN
  (
    SELECT 'Free' AS OldName, 'Free Memory' AS NewName UNION ALL
    SELECT 'Database', 'Database Cache Memory' UNION ALL
    SELECT 'Stolen', 'Stolen Server Memory' UNION ALL
    SELECT 'Reserved', 'Reserved Server Memory' UNION ALL
    SELECT 'Foreign', 'Foreign Node Memory'
  ) M ON M.OldName = PC.counter_name
  AND NewName NOT IN (SELECT counter_name FROM @Perf WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager') 
WHERE object_name IN ('Buffer Manager', 'Buffer Node')


-- Build Memory Tree
DECLARE @MemTree TABLE (Id int, ParentId int, counter_name nvarchar(128), formatted_value NUMERIC(20, 2), shortname NVARCHAR(20))

-- Level 5
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT
  Id = 1226,
  ParentId = 1225,
  instance_name as counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Plan Cache' 
  AND counter_name IN ('Cache')
  AND instance_name <> '_Total'

-- Level 4
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT
  Id = 1225,
  ParentId = 1220,
  'Plan ' + counter_name as counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Plan Cache' 
  AND counter_name IN ('Cache')
  AND instance_name = '_Total'

UNION ALL

SELECT
  Id = 1222,
  ParentId = 1220,
  counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Cursor'
  OR (object_name = 'Memory Manager' AND shortname IN ('Connection', 'Lock', 'Optimizer', 'SQL')) 

UNION ALL

SELECT
  Id = 1112,
  ParentId = 1110,
  counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager' 
  AND shortname IN ('Reserved')
UNION ALL
SELECT
  Id = P.ParentID + 1,
  ParentID = P.ParentID,
  'Used Workspace Memory' AS counter_name,
  SUM(used_memory_kb)/1024. as formatted_value,
  NULL AS shortname
FROM sys.dm_exec_query_resource_semaphores 
  CROSS JOIN (SELECT 1220 AS ParentID UNION ALL SELECT 1110) P
GROUP BY P.ParentID

-- Level 3
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT
  Id = CASE counter_name 
           WHEN 'Granted Workspace Memory' THEN 1110 
           WHEN 'Stolen Server Memory' THEN 1220 
           ELSE 1210
         END,
  ParentId = CASE counter_name 
               WHEN 'Granted Workspace Memory' THEN 1100 
               ELSE 1200 
             END,
  counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager' 
  AND counter_name IN ('Stolen Server Memory', 'Database Cache Memory', 'Free Memory', 'Granted Workspace Memory')

-- Level 2
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT
  Id = CASE WHEN counter_name = 'Maximum Workspace Memory' THEN 1100 ELSE 1200 END,
  ParentId = 1000,
  counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager' AND 
  counter_name IN ('Total Server Memory', 'Maximum Workspace Memory') 

-- Level 1
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT 
  Id = 1000,
  ParentId = NULL,
  counter_name, 
  formatted_value,
  shortname
FROM @Perf
WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager' AND 
  counter_name IN ('Target Server Memory')

-- Level 4 -- 'Other Stolen Server Memory' = 'Stolen Server Memory' - SUM(Children of 'Stolen Server Memory')
INSERT @MemTree(Id, ParentId, counter_name, formatted_value, shortname)
SELECT
  Id = 1222,
  ParentId = 1220,
  counter_name = '<Other Memory Clerks>', 
  formatted_value = (SELECT SSM.formatted_value FROM @MemTree SSM WHERE Id = 1220) - SUM(formatted_value),
  shortname = 'Other Stolen'
FROM @MemTree 
WHERE ParentId = 1220

-- Results:

-- PLE and Memory Grants
SELECT
    [Counter Name] = P.counter_name + ISNULL(' (Node: ' + NULLIF(P.instance_name, '') + ')', ''), 
    cntr_value as Value,
    RecommendedMinimum = 
        CASE 
            WHEN P.counter_name = 'Page life expectancy' AND R.Value <= 300 -- no less than 300
                THEN 300
            WHEN P.counter_name = 'Page life expectancy' AND R.Value > 300 
                THEN R.Value
            ELSE NULL 
        END
FROM @Perf P
LEFT JOIN -- Recommended PLE calculations
    (
        SELECT 
            object_name, 
            counter_name, 
            instance_name, 
            CEILING(formatted_value/4096.*5) * 60 AS Value -- 300 per every 4GB of Buffer Pool memory or around 60 seconds (1 minute) per every 819MB
        FROM @Perf PD
        WHERE counter_name = 'Database Cache Memory'
    ) R ON R.object_name = P.object_name 
       AND R.instance_name = P.instance_name
WHERE 
  (P.object_name = 'Memory Manager' 
  AND P.counter_name IN ('Memory Grants Outstanding', 'Memory Grants Pending', 'Page life expectancy')
  )
    OR -- For NUMA
  (
    P.object_name = 'Memory Node' AND P.counter_name = 'Page life expectancy'
    AND (
        SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT instance_name)
        FROM @Perf 
        WHERE object_name = 'Memory Node'
    ) > 1
  )
ORDER BY P.counter_name DESC, P.instance_name

-- Get physical memory
-- You can also extract this information from sys.dm_os_sys_info but the column names have changed starting from 2012
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#msver') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE #msver
CREATE TABLE #msver(ID int, Name  sysname, Internal_Value int, Value nvarchar(512))
INSERT #msver EXEC master.dbo.xp_msver 'PhysicalMemory'

-- Physical memory, config parameters and Target memory
SELECT 
  min_server_mb = (SELECT CAST(value_in_use AS DECIMAL(20, 2)) FROM sys.configurations WHERE name = 'min server memory (MB)'),
  max_server_mb = (SELECT CAST(value_in_use AS DECIMAL(20, 2)) FROM sys.configurations WHERE name = 'max server memory (MB)'),
  target_mb = (SELECT formatted_value FROM @Perf WHERE object_name = 'Memory Manager' AND counter_name IN ('Target Server Memory')),
  physical_mb = CAST(Internal_Value AS DECIMAL(20, 2))
FROM #msver

-- Memory tree
;WITH CTE
AS
(
SELECT 0 as lvl, counter_name, formatted_value, Id, NULL AS ParentId, shortname, formatted_value as TargetServerMemory, CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(20,4)) As Perc, CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(20,4)) As PercOfTarget
FROM @MemTree
WHERE ParentId IS NULL
UNION ALL
SELECT CTE.lvl+1,
  CAST(REPLICATE(' ', 6*(CTE.lvl)) + NCHAR(124) + REPLICATE(NCHAR(183), 3) + MT.counter_name AS NVARCHAR(128)), 
  MT.formatted_value, MT.Id, MT.ParentId, MT.shortname, CTE.TargetServerMemory,
  CAST(ISNULL(1.0*MT.formatted_value/NULLIF(CTE.formatted_value, 0),0) AS DECIMAL(20,4)) AS Perc,
  CAST(ISNULL(1.0*MT.formatted_value/NULLIF(CTE.TargetServerMemory, 0),0) AS DECIMAL(20,4)) AS PercOfTarget
FROM @MemTree MT
  INNER JOIN CTE ON MT.ParentId = CTE.ID
)
SELECT 
  counter_name AS [Counter Name], CASE WHEN formatted_value > 0 THEN formatted_value ELSE NULL END AS [Memory MB], Perc AS [% of Parent], CASE WHEN lvl >= 2 THEN PercOfTarget ELSE NULL END AS [% of Target]
FROM CTE
ORDER BY ISNULL(ID, 10000), formatted_value DESC
3 май 17, 15:39    [20453559]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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Что, неужели это невозможно?
3 май 17, 15:39    [20453560]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
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Гавриленко Сергей Алексеевич,

ого, спасибо!
3 май 17, 15:43    [20453580]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
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Чмоки-чмоки!
3 май 17, 15:43    [20453581]     Ответить | Цитировать Сообщить модератору
 Re: Как посмотреть сколько память ест SQL Server запросом?  [new]
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