Restarting SQL Monitor spikes CPU to 100% in graphs

shadowgkshadowgk Posts: 20
edited July 20, 2015 2:55AM in SQL Monitor Previous Versions
I've noticed if you restart the SQL monitor it creates a fake CPU spike on a monitored server.

Is it possible to make the shutdown more graceful as it skews your baseline if you have a 100% cpu spike in a graph.


  • Alex BAlex B Posts: 1,052 Diamond 4
    Hi Shadowgk,

    I've responded to you via the support call raised, but for others I'll post this as well. This appears to be a known issue with internal reference SRP-2331. The developers have said it's just a graphical issue and the actual data is not affected.

    Kind regards,
    Product Support Engineer | Redgate Software

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