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Ed Barlow Stored Procedures: sp__monrunning updated with formatting for SAP Sybase ASE 15 and higher

Mich Talebzadeh createdSAP Sybase the sp__monrunning stored procedure for displaying the procedures that are running for more than 100 ms as part of the excellent Extended Stored Procedures by Ed Barlow (AKA the Ed Barlow Stored Procedures).

I’ve cleaned up the format output and added the dont_format option:

$ diff sp__monrunning.old sp__monrunning.15
9c9,10
< create procedure sp__monrunning
---
> create procedure sp__monrunning(
>                      @dont_format char(1)=NULL)
11,16c12,18
< ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
< -- Vers|  Date  |      Who           | DA | Description
< -------+--------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
< -- 1.0 |07/04/06|  Mich Talebzadeh   |    | Statistics on processes currently being executed
< --     |        |                    |    | with Elapsed time > 100ms
< -------+--------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
---
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> -- Vers|   Date   |      Who           | DA | Description
> -------+----------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
> -- 1.1 |11/20/2013|  Jason Froebe      |    | Cleaned up the report format, added dont_format option
> -- 1.0 |07/04/2006|  Mich Talebzadeh   |    | Statistics on processes currently being executed
> --     |          |                    |    | with Elapsed time > 100ms
> -------+--  ------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
18,22c20,24
< declare @time datetime
<       select @time = getdate()
<       --print ""
<       --print "Stats for various procedures at %1!. Server up since %2!", @time, @@boottime
<       --print ""
---
>     declare @max_loginname_size varchar(3)
>     declare @max_procname_size varchar(3)
>     declare @max_dbname_size varchar(3)
>     declare @exec_str varchar(2000)
>
35c37
< "Name" = substring(suser_name(p.suid),1,20),
---
>               "Name" = suser_name(p.suid),
37,39c39,42
< "Procedure" = ProcName,
<               "Database" = DBNAME,
<               "Elapsed Time/ms" = TimeMs
---
>               ProcName,
>               DBNAME,
>               TimeMs
>     into #proc_report
43c46,75
< order by TimeMs asc
---
>
>     select @max_loginname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(Name)), 1)),
>         @max_procname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(ProcName)), 1)),
>         @max_dbname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(DBNAME)), 1))
>     from #proc_report
>
>     if @dont_format is null
>     begin
>         select @exec_str = 'select
>             "Name" = convert(varchar(' + @max_loginname_size + '), Name),
>                   SPID,
>                   "Procedure" = convert(varchar(' + @max_procname_size + '), ProcName),
>                   "Database" = convert(varchar(' + @max_dbname_size + '), DBNAME),
>                   "Elapsed Time/ms" = TimeMs
>         from #proc_report
>           order by TimeMs asc'
>
>         exec (@exec_str)
>     end
>     else
>     begin
>         select
>             "Name" = Name,
>                   SPID,
>                   "Procedure" = ProcName,
>                   "Database" = DBNAME,
>                   "Elapsed Time/ms" = TimeMs
>         from #proc_report
>           order by TimeMs asc
>     end

Full SQL code of sp__monrunning:

use sybsystemprocs
go

IF EXISTS (SELECT * FROM sysobjects
           WHERE  name = "sp__monrunning"
           AND    type = "P")
   DROP PROC sp__monrunning
go
create procedure sp__monrunning(
                     @dont_format char(1)=NULL)
as
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Vers|   Date   |      Who           | DA | Description
-------+----------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
-- 1.1 |11/20/2013|  Jason Froebe      |    | Cleaned up the report format, added dont_format option
-- 1.0 |07/04/2006|  Mich Talebzadeh   |    | Statistics on processes currently being executed
--     |          |                    |    | with Elapsed time > 100ms
-------+--  ------+--------------------+----+-----------------------------------------------------
begin
    declare @max_loginname_size varchar(3)
    declare @max_procname_size varchar(3)
    declare @max_dbname_size varchar(3)
    declare @exec_str varchar(2000)

        select
                SPID,
                ProcName = isnull(object_name(ProcedureID, DBID),"UNKNOWN"),
                DBNAME = isnull(db_name(DBID), "UNKNOWN"),
                TimeMs = datediff(ms, min(StartTime), max(EndTime))
                into #performance
                from master..monSysStatement m
        where db_name(DBID) != 'sybsystemprocs'
        group by SPID, DBID, ProcedureID, BatchID
        having ProcedureID != 0

        select distinct
                "Name" = suser_name(p.suid),
                SPID,
                ProcName,
                DBNAME,
                TimeMs
    into #proc_report
        from #performance t, master..sysprocesses p
        where t.SPID = p.spid
        and TimeMs >= 100

    select @max_loginname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(Name)), 1)),
        @max_procname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(ProcName)), 1)),
        @max_dbname_size = convert(varchar(3), isnull( max(char_length(DBNAME)), 1))
    from #proc_report

    if @dont_format is null
    begin
        select @exec_str = 'select
            "Name" = convert(varchar(' + @max_loginname_size + '), Name),
                    SPID,
                    "Procedure" = convert(varchar(' + @max_procname_size + '), ProcName),
                    "Database" = convert(varchar(' + @max_dbname_size + '), DBNAME),
                    "Elapsed Time/ms" = TimeMs
        from #proc_report
            order by TimeMs asc'

        exec (@exec_str)
    end
    else
    begin
        select
            "Name" = Name,
                    SPID,
                    "Procedure" = ProcName,
                    "Database" = DBNAME,
                    "Elapsed Time/ms" = TimeMs
        from #proc_report
            order by TimeMs asc
    end
end
go
grant exec on sp__monrunning to public
go
exit

sp__monrunning

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