Updated: August 9, 2016
Returns the stored resource pool configuration in SQL Server. Each row of the view determines the configuration of a pool.
|Column name||Data type||Description|
|pool_id||int||Unique ID of the resource pool. Is not nullable.|
|name||sysname||Name of the resource pool. Is not nullable.|
|min_cpu_percent||int||Guaranteed average CPU bandwidth for all requests in the resource pool when there is CPU contention. Is not nullable.|
|max_cpu_percent||int||Maximum average CPU bandwidth allowed for all requests in the resource pool when there is CPU contention. Is not nullable.|
|min_memory_percent||int||Guaranteed amount of memory for all requests in the resource pool. This is not shared with other resource pools. Is not nullable.|
|max_memory_percent||int||Percentage of total server memory that can be used by requests in this resource pool. Is not nullable. The effective maximum depends on the pool minimums. For example, max_memory_percent can be set to 100, but the effective maximum is lower.|
|cap_cpu_percent||int||Applies to: SQL Server 2012 through SQL Server 2016.|
Hard cap on the CPU bandwidth that all requests in the resource pool will receive. Limits the maximum CPU bandwidth to the specified level. The allowed range for value is from 1 through 100.
|min_iops_per_volume||int||Applies to: SQL Server 2014 through SQL Server 2016.|
The minimum I/O operations per second (IOPS) per volume setting for this pool. 0 = no reservation. Cannot be null.
|max_iops_per_volume||int||Applies to: SQL Server 2014 through SQL Server 2016.|
The maximum I/O operations per second (IOPS) per volume setting for this pool. 0 = unlimited. Cannot be null.
The catalog view displays the stored metadata. To see the in-memory configuration, use the corresponding dynamic management view, sys.dm_resource_governor_resource_pools (Transact-SQL).
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