Updated: June 10, 2016
Returns a row that contains the current in-memory configuration state of Resource Governor.
|Column name||Data type||Description|
|classifier_function_id||int||The ID of the classifier function that is currently used by Resource Governor. Returns a value of 0 if no function is being used. Is not nullable.|
Note: This function is used to classify new requests and uses rules to route these requests to the appropriate workload group. For more information, see Resource Governor.
|is_reconfiguration_pending||bit||Indicates whether or not changes to a group or pool were made with the ALTER RESOURCE GOVERNOR RECONFIGURE statement but have not been applied to the in-memory configuration. The value returned is one of:|
0 - A reconfiguration statement is not required.
1 - A reconfiguration statement or server restart is required in order for pending configuration changes to be applied.
Note: The value returned is always 0 when Resource Governor is disabled.
Is not nullable.
|max_outstanding_io_per_volume||int||Applies to: SQL Server 2014 through SQL Server 2016.|
The maximum number of outstanding I/O per volume.
This dynamic management view shows the in-memory configuration. To see the stored configuration metadata, use the corresponding catalog view.
The following example shows how to get and compare the stored metadata values and the in-memory values of the Resource Governor configuration.
USE master; go -- Get the stored metadata. SELECT object_schema_name(classifier_function_id) AS 'Classifier UDF schema in metadata', object_name(classifier_function_id) AS 'Classifier UDF name in metadata' FROM sys.resource_governor_configuration; go -- Get the in-memory configuration. SELECT object_schema_name(classifier_function_id) AS 'Active classifier UDF schema', object_name(classifier_function_id) AS 'Active classifier UDF name' FROM sys.dm_resource_governor_configuration; go
Requires VIEW SERVER STATE permission.