System Health XE

Kenneth Fisher describes what is in the system_health Extended Events session:

Per BOL you get the following information:

  • Errors with a severity of >= 20.

  • Memory related errors (Errors 17803, 701, 802, 8645, 8651, 8657 and 8902).

  • Non-yielding scheduler problems (Error 17883).

  • Deadlocks.

  • Sessions that have waited on locks for > 30 seconds.

  • Sessions waiting for a long time on preemptive waits (waits on external API calls).

Read on to learn more of the things this session contains as well as a couple ways you can access the data.

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