eddie davis wrote:Hi
Thank you for your forum post.
sp_trace_Getdata is used by SQL Profiler. Do you have the trace feature of SQL Monitor enabled (which is running SQL Profiler to obtain the trace data)?
Or are you or a colleague been running SQL Profiler outside of SQL Monitor to collect information and forgotton to turn off the SQL Profiler?
Being that Red-gate develops tools for Sharepoint I would think you'd (or someone in a SP team at Red-gate) have some insight into this.
eddie davis wrote:Thank you for your reply and sorry for the delay in replying.
You wrote:Being that Red-gate develops tools for Sharepoint I would think you'd (or someone in a SP team at Red-gate) have some insight into this.
I am not aware of any tools that Red Gate develops specific for Sharepoint servers. There are a couple of ANTS profiling tools that can profile .NET applications for Sharepoint. There is also a use case with SQL Virtual Restore Sharepoint Object Level recovery with Metalogix Selective Restore Manager.
Are there any other SQL Monitor users monitoring SQL Servers / Sharepoint servers experiencing this problem?
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