Wednesday, September 17, 2008

New version of xSQL Profiler released

We have just released a new version of xSQL Profiler. In addition of performance and other improvements on the core (including bug fixes of course) it includes custom query templates that allow the user to gain invaluable insight from the trace data that the xSQL Profiler collects. It utilizes SQL statement signatures to identify the queries that may be bogging a particular server down because of CPU consumption, I/O traffic etc.

The performance reports included in this release are:
  • Top N queries by number of times executed
  • Top N queries by CPU time
  • Top N queries by duration
  • Top N queries by number of Reads
  • Top N queries by Read/Writes
  • Top N queries by number of Writes
xSQL Profiler supports SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2000 all editions. You can even trace SQL Server Express and MSDE instances.

Completely free with no restrictions or limitations for up to two SQL Server instances. Download your copy today from:

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