Waiting Tasks Script Update

Paul Randal has updated his waiting tasks script to include degree of parallelism:

A question came up in class today about easily seeing the degree of parallelism for parallel query plans, so I’ve updated my waiting tasks script to pull in the dop field from sys.dm_exec_query_memory_grants. Here it is for your use.

Enjoy!

This is a good one to have in your grab bag of scripts.

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