Updates To sp_HumanEvents, sp_QuickieStore, And More!

For Free!

Here’s some stuff I’ve been working on lately:


  • Added the recompile_cause column to the output of the recompile event
  • Added the wait_resource column to the blocking event output
  • Fixed a bug around table creation
  • MsSQLServerDBA fixed an issue where GO statements were preventing deploying with DBA Tools
  • Remove a recompile hint that was leading to high tempdb allocations (more on that tomorrow)


  • Fixed a bug where date filtering was messing up query results

Enjoy, and as always, please let me know if there’s anything I can do to improve the scripts usability, or any issues you encounter while using them.

Thanks for reading!

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2 thoughts on “Updates To sp_HumanEvents, sp_QuickieStore, And More!

  1. Hey! About dbatools PS module – if Invoke-DbaQuery stumbles upon a “GO” word surrounded in a string by whitespaces only, then it splits the input script where GO was found and then it executes it part by part with some .net stuff. They don’t / can’t analyze it if GO is inside quotes or comments. Therefore truncation can happen so it’s kinda by design.

    https://github.com/sqlcollaborative/dbatools/blob/development/internal/functions/Invoke-DbaAsync.ps1#L163 (yeah I’m tryin’ to be a smartass)

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