Lesson 5: Monitoring Replication in VS .NET

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Lesson 5: Monitoring Replication
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DBAs usually add the SQL Server Replication Agents: Running counter to the general performance baseline to gain more information about what is happening in the system. You can also create a specific baseline for each of the agents that runs in the system; this baseline would combine Agent counters with general resource counters to measure processor, memory, network, and input/output (I/O) consumption.
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After you configure replication, take the time to develop a performance baseline so that you can determine how replication behaves with a typical workload in your environment. With such a baseline, you can determine when your environment s performance changes and take appropriate action to maintain an efficient system. You can use SSRM and System Monitor to determine baseline values for the following key factors in replication performance:
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The amount of time it takes for a data change to be propagated between nodes in a replication topology.
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The amount of replication activity (measured in commands delivered over a period of time) a system can sustain over time.
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Throughput Concurrency
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The number of replication processes that can operate on a system simultaneously. How long it takes a given synchronization to
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Duration of synchronization
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Resource consumption
Hardware and network resources used in replication
processing. After you have established baseline numbers, set thresholds in SSRM so that you know when these baselines have been exceeded. You can then take appropriate action.
MORE INFO
Improving the performance of your replication system
For best practices and tips on how to improve the performance of your replication system, see the SQL Server 2005 Books Online topic Enhancing Replication Performance.
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Managing Replication
PRACTICE
Using SSRM to Review Agent Status History
In these practices, you configure a non-sysadmin account to access SSRM and then use SSRM to review replication agent status history.
Practice 1: Grant Monitor Rights
In this practice, you grant the PublisherUser account rights to monitor the replication process. 1. Open SSMS and authenticate by using your Windows account. 2. Navigate to the Security, Logins folder. 3. Right-click the PublisherUser login and choose Properties. 4. Select the User Mapping page. 5. Select the Map check box for the distribution database in the Users Mapped To This Login grid. This creates a new user in the distribution database mapped to the PublisherUser login. 6. Select the replmonitor role check box in the Database Role Membership For Distribution grid, which adds the user to the role and grants the required rights to monitor replication. Click OK. 7. Close SSMS.
Practice 2: Monitor Replication with SSRM
In this practice, you, as the PublisherUser, use SSRM to review agent history. 1. Navigate to Start, All Programs, Microsoft SQL Server 2005. 2. Right-click Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and choose Run As. 3. In the Run As window, select The Following User. In the User Name text box, type PublisherUser and in the Password text box type P@ssw0rd. You will use an account with limited access to monitor the replication process. Click OK. 4. Connect to the default database engine by using Windows authentication. 5. Right-click the Replication folder and select Launch Replication Monitor. 6. Navigate to the [ReplTesting]: Inventory publication. 7. Right-click the publication and choose Generate Snapshot to try to execute the Snapshot Agent. 8. You should get an error message: EXECUTE Permission Denied On Object sp_start_job . You were granted monitor rights, but you don t have sysadmin rights. Click OK to close the error message box.
Lesson 5: Monitoring Replication
9. Double-click the only subscription in the Subscription grid. The Subscription Synchronization History dialog box opens. 10. Review the status and article details of the last synchronizations and then close the dialog box. 11. In SSRM, select the Warnings And Agents tab. 12. Double-click the Snapshot Agent in the Agents And Jobs Related To This Publication grid. The Snapshot Agent Synchronization History dialog box opens. 13. Review the status and article details of the last synchronizations and then close the dialog box. 14. Close SSRM and SSMS.
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