Service pack 1 for SQL Server 2012 has been released on 9th Nov 2012. It took couple of weeks for me to install it in our servers. Before I settle down I got another notification from Microsoft that Cumulative Update 1 has been released for SP1. So I started analyzing what they missed major in SP1 and finally I found a article by Aaron.
I’ve listed down all the DMV’s that are related to SQL server 2005
DMV’s are system views and its a new feature started SQL server 2005 with nearly 80 DMVs. DMV’s are system view that surface the internal counters of the database engine help present an easily comprehendible dashboard of the database engine performance that can be used to monitor the health of a server instance, diagnose problems, and tune performance. Unlike tools like Windows System Monitor(perfmon.exe) and SQL Server Profiler that need to be explicitly invoked and setup to collect the data events of interest. DMVs are always active and constantly collecting the performance data for the instance of SQL Server 2005. As the name suggests, DMVs are dynamic in nature, implying that the data they present represents the instantaneous state of the database engine. Because the state is constantly changing, successive queries to the same DMV usually produce different results.