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    We have maintenance jobs once a week that utilizes CPU to up to 100%. I would like to be able to exclude those timeslots in the PROCESSOR UTILIZATION ALERT or be able to set a different threshold based on time

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  3. 17 votes
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    kerstin commented  · 

    No trace in SQL monitor what is causing this heavy IO at night. It turns out to be Backup, checkdb and index maintenance jobs. No traces in the top SQL

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    We had a serious performance problem where we could not see in redgate why the CPU went up to 100%. The reason was queries that never finished, and were not in sys.dm_exec_query_stats and were not seen in sql monitor. At the same time there was full backups running and dbcc checkdb, not seen in sql monitor. I would expect that everything I see in sp_whoisactive should be recorded in SQL monitor and was quite disappointed when I could not solve this problem using SQL monitor.

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    Daniel Rothig responded

    When we’ll be improving the alert configuration UI, we’ll keep that use case in mind

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    kerstin commented  · 

    I would like to setup alerts on the vmware metrics I can see in the analysis graph, for example Guest CPU ready

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