Check Memory Pressure for the Current Processes in SQL Server

SELECT @@SERVERNAME AS [Server Name]
, db_name() AS [DB Name]
, r.session_id -- new column for SPID
,r.database_id
,r.user_id
,r.status
,st.text
,r.wait_type
,r.wait_time
,r.last_wait_type
,r.command
,es.host_name
,es.program_name
,es.nt_domain
,es.nt_user_name
,es.login_name
,mg.dop --Degree of parallelism
,mg.request_time --Date and time when this query requested the memory grant.
,mg.grant_time --NULL means memory has not been granted
,mg.requested_memory_kb --Total requested amount of memory in kilobytes
,mg.granted_memory_kb --Total amount of memory actually granted in kilobytes. NULL if not granted
,mg.required_memory_kb --Minimum memory required to run this query in kilobytes.
,mg.query_cost --Estimated query cost.
,mg.timeout_sec --Time-out in seconds before this query gives up the memory grant request.
,mg.resource_semaphore_id --Nonunique ID of the resource semaphore on which this query is waiting.
,mg.wait_time_ms --Wait time in milliseconds. NULL if the memory is already granted.
,CASE mg.is_next_candidate --Is this process the next candidate for a memory grant
WHEN 1 THEN 'Yes'
WHEN 0 THEN 'No'
ELSE 'Memory has been granted'
END AS 'Next Candidate for Memory Grant'
,rs.target_memory_kb --Grant usage target in kilobytes.
,rs.max_target_memory_kb --Maximum potential target in kilobytes. NULL for the small-query resource semaphore.
,rs.total_memory_kb --Memory held by the resource semaphore in kilobytes.
,rs.available_memory_kb --Memory available for a new grant in kilobytes.
,rs.granted_memory_kb --Total granted memory in kilobytes.
,rs.used_memory_kb --Physically used part of granted memory in kilobytes.
,rs.grantee_count --Number of active queries that have their grants satisfied.
,rs.waiter_count --Number of queries waiting for grants to be satisfied.
,rs.timeout_error_count --Total number of time-out errors since server startup. NULL for the small-query resource semaphore.
,rs.forced_grant_count --Total number of forced minimum-memory grants since server startup. NULL for the small-query resource semaphore.
FROM sys.dm_exec_requests r
JOIN sys.dm_exec_sessions es
ON r.session_id = es.session_id
JOIN sys.dm_exec_query_memory_grants mg
ON r.session_id = mg.session_id
JOIN sys.dm_exec_query_resource_semaphores rs
ON mg.resource_semaphore_id = rs.resource_semaphore_id
CROSS APPLY sys.dm_exec_sql_text(r.sql_handle)st

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