Pages “stolen” from the buffer pool to be used for miscellaneous server purposes, when Windows requires memory for another application. A large number of stolen pages may be normal for a short period (for example: if the system backup begins after large database batch run completes). However, constantly high value of this metric may indicate an overall system memory shortage.
The term Foglight for SQL Server uses to identify SQL Server-related features that can be installed, and stopped or started independently from SQL Server. These services often run as Windows services in their own right. Examples are SQLServerAgent, MSDTC, and SQL Mail.
The Server role that has full access to all SQL Server facilities. By default, this role contains the sa login and the Windows “Administrators” group. The use of Foglight for SQL Server is limited to members of the SYSADMIN role.
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