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Extended Events callstack

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
I'm using Extended Events in SQL 2008 to store Page Life Expectancy drops in the ring buffer.  I'm collecting the callstack, but is there any way to convert this into anything useful?  eg <RingBufferTarget eventsPerSec="0" processingTime="0" totalEventsProcessed="5" eventCount="5" droppedCount="0" memoryUsed="2735"> <event name="buffer_manager_page_life_expectancy" package="sqlserver" id="7" version="1" timestamp="2010-09-16T08:10:26.948Z"> <data name="count"> <type name="uint64" package="package0" /> <value>1003</value> <text /> </data> <action name="callstack" package="package0"> <type name="callstack" package="package0" /> <value>0x0000000001C54F55 0x00000000021FE448 0x0000000001089D91 0x0000000002F0AE38 0x0000000000AE163B 0x0000000000AE12FA 0x0000000000AE0E35 0x0000000001060E50 0x00000000010609A0 0x0000000001079AB0 0x000000000106013F 0x00000000750A37D7 0x00000000750A3894 0x00000000773DF56D 0x0000000077613281</value> ...


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