This is my first experience of using SQL Server (2012 Enterprise Edition) Profiler. I've set up a trace to log when views are being accessed on a particular database.
I'm running Profiler on my personal PC, connecting to our Live/Production Server and letting the trace run.
It's only monitoring a single database, and writes events when views are accessed (of which there are approx. 300 potential Views in total).
I have reservations that leaving Profiler to run for long periods of time may affect server performance (especially as I'm querying a Live/Production server).
Is what I've proposed considered a fairly "light load" to be running?