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The Rambling DBA: Jonathan Kehayias

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An XEvent a Day (25 of 31) – The Twelve Days of Christmas

Correction:  I mistakenly stated that Tim Mitchel had blogged the 12 days of SQL Christmas, and was informed that Tim Ford is who wrote that blog post.  My sincerest apologies to Tim and Tim for the mix up.  The post has been corrected below. 

In the spirit of today’s holiday, a couple of people have been posting SQL related renditions of holiday songs.  Tim Ford posted his 12 days of SQL Christmas, and Paul Randal and Kimberly Tripp went as far as to record themselves sing SQL Carols on their blog post Our Christmas Gift To You: Paul and Kimberly Singing!  For today’s post on Extended Events I give you the 12 days of Christmas, Extended Events style (all of these are based on true facts about Extended Events in SQL Server).

On the first day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: a chance to write a useful GUI.
On the second day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: two sqlserver packages.
On the third day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: three new DDL Commands.
On the fourth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: four ETW channels.
On the fifth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: five in-memory targets.
On the sixth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: six keyword maps.
On the seventh day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: seven session options.
On the eighth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: eight file io events.
On the ninth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: nine database_log events.
On the tenth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: ten new DMV’s.
On the eleventh day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: eleven Operational events.
On the twelfth day of Christmas Extended Events gave to me: twelve sqlos Actions.

Published Saturday, December 25, 2010 10:00 AM by Jonathan Kehayias

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