DMV in SQL Server is a catch-all term for Database Management Views [& Functions]. Technically they are all now DMOs (Database Management Objects) however the term DMV is still widely understood and accepted by most.

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Optimizing a DMV query

I have found a query that is a major performance issue in my environment. I looked at the actual execution plan for this query and found out the main problem is the remote scan (98%). Its remote ...
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sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats is extremly slow

I have a database that is around 4.5TB, since we have parallel inserts (to reduce daily load time) on one table (partitioned by month) the clustered index on this table tends to be heavily fragmented. ...
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stats_column_id and index_column_id do not update with physical order of clustered index is changed

Unless I'm misunderstanding the purpose of the column, the following code indicates that a change of the structure of the clustered index does not change the ordinal position (stats_column_id)of the ...
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Interpreting sys.dm_os_sys_memory

I try to figure out a way(using only TSQL) to determine if and how much the PAGEFILE (I will capitalize this term if I refer to the windows page file from now on) is used (like pagefileusage% ...
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Are the following statements concerning sys.dm_exec_requests true?

Parallel plans mean that cpu_time can be greater than total_elapsed time. Therefore, per-query wait time is not possible to determine accurately from DMVs on servers with more than one CPU thread. ...
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Collect information about currently running queries only when client timeout occurs

We would like to be able to collect information about all currently running queries when (and only when) a client timeout occurs in SQL Server 2008. I know I can collect information about the client ...
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plan_generation_num keeps incrementing, why?

I have a query that is executed using sp_executesql code is as follows DECLARE @rsk NVARCHAR(1) = '1', @ppCityID NVARCHAR(3); SET @ppCityID = CAST(@cityID AS NVARCHAR(3)); exec sp_executesql ...
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Non clustered indexes

I have a questions on Index Our Application is throwing the following SQL eroor Index 'INDEXNAME' on table 'dbo.TABLENAME' (specified in the FROM clause) does not exist. Error: Unknown Error ...
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When is transaction removed from sys.dm_tran_active_transactions?

We are having some issues with clients getting Transaction Timeout when connecting to our clustered SQL Server 2008 R2. To investigate the problems I have been digging into ...