There are also moments that this process is suspended because of configuration changes. This wait is also reflected by the Transaction Delay performance counter. Consistently high values may indicate that the log devices cannot keep up with the amount of log being generated by the server.
This wait type is not used for synchronization. The wait lets the worker tasks currently working on that population to complete or exit the current step. The engine keeps a list of WSFC networks that is used in dynamic management views such as sys.
It does not indicate contention, but rather the duration of full-text operations. This is an expected wait when partners change state or connection status. This is an expected wait when a secondary database is catching up.
This is a measure of the time spent by background tasks that are waiting. This is an expected wait when there are ready workers waiting for new work, which is the normal state. This wait type guarantees that row versions are available before execution of a query under snapshot isolation.
Undo progress can be tracked through the Windows System Monitor perfmon. Consider increasing the size of the log file s for the affected database to reduce this wait.
Under normal conditions, this is not a customer issue because waits are expected here. The scheduler is idle. This wait type is expected for synchronized availability groups and indicates the time to send, write, and acknowledge log to the secondary databases.
Long waits may indicate problems with the disk subsystem. This is on an availability replica-to-replica basis not on a database-to-database basis. Examples of such areas are bitmaps, large binary objects LOBsand the spool iterator. For example, for a task that runs every 10 seconds, after one execution, Always On Availability Groups waits about 10 seconds to reschedule the task, and the wait is included here.
This is an issue only if network sends are slower than expected. LOBs may frequently use this wait state. This wait can only occur during the initial accessing of the hash table after the SQL Server instance starts.
This is an expected wait if the log scan is caught up to the end of log or is reading from disk. A request must acquire the mutex before it can use the transaction. The wait ends when the distributed query call finishes. EC Identified for informational purposes only.
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* Note that @lend is inclusive (describes the last byte to be written) so * that this function can be used to write to the very end-of-file (end = -1).
Which inturn will have to wait in the queue of long list of activities handled by glusterfsd process. That is the reason why someone would see such logs for 'hung for > sec' in.
Kernel and Userspace stack, OS State and Wait event profiling of Oracle random I/O (SLOB workload, low latency I/O) Reset Zoom Search. Then I used the command editenv bootargs to change rw to ro (read/write to read only) and to add single to enter single user mode.
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