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You are examining information about users, sessions, and processed in an on-premises Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine instance.
You need to return information about processes that are not idle, that belong to a specific user, or that belong to a specific session.
What should you use?
A. Activity Monitor
B. sp_who3
C. SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) Object Explorer
D. SQL Server Data Collector
E. SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)
F. SQL Server Configuration ManagerCorrect Answer: B
Use sp_who3 to first view the current system load and to identify a session of interest. You should execute the query several times to identify which session id is
most consuming teh system resources.
sp_who3 null – who is active;
sp_who3 1 or ‘memory’ – who is consuming the memory; sp_who3 2 or ‘cpu’ – who has cached plans that consumed the most cumulative CPU (top
sp_who3 3 or ‘count’ – who is connected and how many sessions it has; sp_who3 4 or ‘idle’ – who is idle that has open transactions; sp_who3 5 or ‘tempdb’ – who
is running tasks that use tempdb (top 5); and, sp_who3 6 or ‘block’ – who is blocking

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You have a SQL Server 2016 database named DB1.
You plan to import a large number of records from a SQL Azure database to DB1.
You need to recommend a solution to minimize the amount of space used in the transaction log during the import operation.
What should you include in the recommendation?
A. The bulk-logged recovery model
B. The full recovery model
C. A new partitioned table
D. A new log file
E. A new file group
Correct Answer: A
Compared to the full recovery model, which fully logs all transactions, the bulk-logged recovery model minimally logs bulk operations, although fully logging other
transactions. The bulk-logged recovery model protects against media failure and, for bulk operations, provides the best performance and least log space usage.
The bulk-logged recovery model is a special-purpose recovery model that should be used only intermittently to improve the performance of certain large-scale bulk
operations, such as bulk imports of large amounts of data.
Reference: Recovery Models (SQL Server)