SQL Server PerfMon counters for access methods and buffer manager

SQL Server PerfMon counters for access methods and buffer manager

Date: Apr 28, 2008

In part four of this screencast series on PerfMon, SQL Server MVP Kevin Kline focuses specifically on SQL Server counters. Kline shares best practices for using access method counters to watch for IO intensive operations, such as full table or clustered index scans and page splits. You'll also learn why it's important to monitor the buffer manager in SQL Server, that is, keep an eye on lazy writer, page utilization and how quickly pages age out of the buffer.

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