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    2 comments  ·  SQL Server » Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    You are not alone. We are hitting the issue too! But then again without having a columnstore index involved in the referenced tables.

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    <=-=Oct 12 2007 3:57PM=-=>

    Hi Ning Bing,
    Thank you for your suggestion regarding the Percent Data Used performance counter. Unfortunately, I can’t tell which part of the product you are referring to. Can you please include steps that explain how you get to what you are talking about?
    Thank you,
    Bill Ramos

    <=-=Oct 12 2007 5:39PM=-=>

    Thanks, Bill. In Windows Performance Monitor there is a group of counters called (on a default SQL instance) “SQL Server: Databases”. Included in this group is a “Percent Log Used” counter, described as “the percent of space in the log that is in use”. This is very valuable for monitoring as it is a relative metric (%) not absolute (MB), so requires no calculations. This shows you how full your database log file is. I’m asking if we can have a similar metric (%) for database data file space usage (so…

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    2 comments  ·  Azure mobile app  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for your feedback! You can check each resource’s Activity Log by tapping on the resource needed and then tapping on Activity Log. Once on Activity Log, you can use the button on the top right to filter All events, Errors, Warning, etc. You can also click on each Activity Log item to get more information.

    I will be reaching out to you shortly to get more info for your request.

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    Sven commented  · 

    A problem I have noticed on the IPhone with the Activity Log is there is no way back to the main screen, it is actually a dead end within the app.

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