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## How to acquire the SQL Server 2000 Performance data? ##

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I want to write a application monitering program to collect the SQL
Server 2000 performance data,
such as pages/sec, bytes total/sec, etc, BUT I don't know how to do it
, In Oracle , there are the v$ views and DBA view , which I can find
the information I interested, the question is , is there a similar suit
of view in SQL Server 2000 to provide the performance information ?
Thank you very much, I will be mad by this question, for I have googled
all the day , but in vain

Apr 11 '06 #1
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(wa*********@gmail.com) writes:
I want to write a application monitering program to collect the SQL
Server 2000 performance data,
such as pages/sec, bytes total/sec, etc, BUT I don't know how to do it
, In Oracle , there are the v$ views and DBA view , which I can find
the information I interested, the question is , is there a similar suit
of view in SQL Server 2000 to provide the performance information ?
Thank you very much, I will be mad by this question, for I have googled
all the day , but in vain


Look at the table sysperfinfo.

In SQL 2005 this changes drastically. SQL 2005 exposes a lot more
information of this kind.
--
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarskog.se

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