Finding File Growth

Andy Galbraith shows how to use extended events to track file growth events:

…but what does this have to do with Extended Events?

As I started out, I was looking for something slick I do with a trace that I could replicate in Extended Events, and this was a great candidate.

The catch as I discovered, is that while file growths are captured in the default trace, they are *not* in the system health session…

Fortunately, you can create your own XEvent and Andy gives us the details.

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