tempdb is full
Hi, I need to know how to capture the query that full up the tempdb
database when is at 80%.
There are a few alternatives oyu can use for that purpose:
1-) add a threhold (calculate how many pages remains when the segment in
tempdb is 80% per. full) for the segment you are interested in and insert
data related to spid filling up the tempdb into a table located in a user
database you got.
2-)(from master..syslogshold where dbid=2) when you find out the spid of the
process filling up tempdb, use the following commands to retrieve sql text:
It's my understanding tempdb performs better on file system than on raws.
Is this still the case? What unix parameters need to be set on the files
system? Should 'allow sql server async i/o' bet set to 1, or does this only
pertain to raws? Running ASE 126.96.36.199 EBF 10391 64bit on HP/UX 11.0.
Does anybody know how to log in to ASE if temdb is full
I heard there is a undocummented dataserver command who
attaches to the shared memory and so you can log in.
Many thanks for any help
On 9 Oct 2003 05:33:03 -0700,
>Does anybody know how to log in to ASE if temdb is full
>I heard there is a undocummented dataserver command who
>attaches to the shared memory and so you can log in.
>Many thanks for any help
the undocumented tool (SybMon) won't allow you to log into the server. I...tempdb full #4
How to know what spid was responsible of filling the
the error logs show nothing relevant about that and when
tempdb is full, sybase hangs when I run all kinds of stored
below information might help you
tempdb - server-wide temporary database ASE 188.8.131.52
1. Is a temporary database and rebuilt from model template
2. By default tempdb resides on master device, extend on separate device
3. Heavy contention in tempdb due to server-wide temporary objects
4. Bind tempdb to named cache in case of heavy usage/contention
5. When tempdb is full and no spa...tempdb performance enhancements
Kindly let me know your thoughts about the tempdb
Any thoughts most welcome.
> Hello ,
> Kindly let me know your thoughts about the tempdb
> performance enhancements.
> Any thoughts most welcome.
with many new modification to tempdb (read/google lazy
writes), u can just create tempdb and forget about
it(something i recall reading long time back in
If you are running into tempdb realted issues then what
issues (contentions, slowness in general or specific
conditions involving tempdb, filling up, block...tempdb log full
We have an application that is using a lot of temp tables. The database
structure is as follows:
6 GB data
1 GB log
1 GB for tempdb (data and log)
A couple of times the tran log on tempdb has got full and to truncate it we
have had to recycle the server. We were not able to check what transaction
was filling up tempdb tran log because we were not able to execute any
query on sysprocesses, syslocks or sysholdlocks. We are usign ASE 11.9.2
Does anyone know if there is a bug on ASE?
> We have an application that is using a lot of...Tempdb Full #5
Could anyone tell about the procedure , if the tempdb get
full in production system? ( Apart from bouncing the server
Bal, Kumar wrote:
> Could anyone tell about the procedure , if the tempdb get
> full in production system? ( Apart from bouncing the server
You can use ALTER DATABASE to increase the size of
Long term, if it is getting full because of regular objects getting
then abandoned by code, you will need to figure out what code
is creating those objects and whap the developers on the head,
make them use #temp tables.
What ...checkpoint performance in tempdb
We have a bottleneck in tempdb in which we have the
checkpoint process consuming a huge amount of CPU - so much
that it slows everything down. This occurs when we run a
large complex stored procedure. At the time this occurs,
checkpoint is holding a page lock on page 24 of sysindexes
(the DBINFO structure) in tempdb and it doesn't appear to
let go for up to 1-2 hours.
Is anyone aware of any checkpoint or tempdb bugs that
involve a CPU bottleneck such as this?
Adaptive Server Enterprise/184.108.40.206/P/SWR 9773 ESD
4/HP9000-879/HP-UX 11.0/1699/64bit/FBO/Thu Sep 6 07:23:46
...tempdb full #3
I received this entry in the log:
There is no space available in SYSLOGS to log a record for which space
has been reserved. This process will retry at intervals of one minute.
tempdb is full. So I did:
dump tran tempdb with no_log
the execution of this command took a lot of time. So i interrupted it
and did a restart.
Is there a more efficient command to free the tempdb??
How to see which user/database filled up the tempdb??
> There is no space available in SYSLOGS to log a record for which space
> has been reserved. This process will retry at inte...tempdb performance #2
I have a 10G tempdb. For better tempdb performance, should I create tempdb
on file system or raw
Tempdb data (10G) is currently created on master device, while tempdb log
(2G) is created on a separate disk.
Is it better to have:
1. tempdb data + tempdb log on a separate disk
2. tempdb data on separate disk, tempdb log on master
3. tempdb data on master disk, tempdb log on separate disk
> I have a 10G tempdb. For better tempdb performance, should I create tempdb
> on file system or raw device?
What is it on now?
>...tempdb log full.
Our system is ASE 11.5.1 and SWR8155 and it is running on HP-UX 11.
When the logsegment of the tempdb is full, I cannot kill the process which
the log. And I have to shutdown the SQL server with nowait option.
Does anybody help me about why I cannot kill the process which fills up the
tempdb log? And is there a way clearing the tempdb logs without
shutting down the server (And also dump tran with nolog does not work
in this situation)
Thanks for your help,
Deniz Ata wrote:
> Our system is ASE 11.5.1 and SWR8155 and it is running on HP-UX 11.
> When the lo...tempdb runs full
Does anybody know how i can avoid that tempdb runs full during several heavy
I guess i have to increase the size of it, but i'm not sure how i do that
the right way.
OS: Linux Redhat 6.1
Regards Oystein Selbekk
1. What is the size of your tempdb.
2. What is the size of the tables and result sets of your SQL-statements?
If you use 'order by - having' or 'sort by', than the result is buffered in
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