1996632 - How can specific tables and procedures be identified as high CPU and i/o consumers on ASE? | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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1996632 - How can specific tables and procedures be identified as high CPU and i/o consumers on ASE?

Symptom

  • Suspicious blocking processes and/or high CPU usage seen on Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE)
  • sp_sysmon shows there is a huge amount of updates and CPU usage at or near 100% on all engines.
  • How can specific ASE tables and procedures be identified as consuming these resources?

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Environment

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise all versions

Product

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise all versions

Keywords

users, spids, list, locate, determine, sybase, compile, monCachedProcedures, monOpenObjectActivity, monSysStatement, monitoring tables, mda, performance, io activity,  physical reads, logical reads , KBA , mda , monitor table , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , How To

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