CREATE RESOURCE POOL (Transact-SQL)
Creates a Resource Governor resource pool. Resource Governor is available only on the Enterprise, Developer, and Evaluation editions of SQL Server.
CREATE RESOURCE POOL pool_name [ WITH ( [ MIN_CPU_PERCENT =value ] [ [ , ] MAX_CPU_PERCENT =value ] [ [ , ] MIN_MEMORY_PERCENT =value ] [ [ , ] MAX_MEMORY_PERCENT =value ] ) ] [;]
Is the user-defined name for the resource pool. pool_name is alphanumeric, can be up to 128 characters, must be unique within an instance of SQL Server, and must comply with the rules for identifiers.
Specifies the guaranteed average CPU bandwidth for all requests in the resource pool when there is CPU contention. value is an integer with a default setting of 0. The allowed range for value is from 0 through 100.
Specifies the maximum average CPU bandwidth that all requests in resource pool will receive when there is CPU contention. value is an integer with a default setting of 100. The allowed range for value is from 1 through 100.
Specifies the minimum amount of memory reserved for this resource pool that can not be shared with other resource pools. value is an integer with a default setting of 0 The allowed range for value is from 0 to 100.
Specifies the total server memory that can be used by requests in this resource pool. value is an integer with a default setting of 100. The allowed range for value is from 1 through 100.
The values for MAX_CPU_PERCENT and MAX_MEMORY_PERCENT must be greater than or equal to the values for MIN_CPU_PERCENT and MIN_MEMORY_PERCENT, respectively.
The sum of the values for MIN_CPU_PERCENT and MIN_MEMORY_PERCENT for all the resource pools must not exceed 100.
Requires CONTROL SERVER permission.
The following example shows how to create a resource pool named bigPool. This pool uses the default Resource Governor settings.
CREATE RESOURCE POOL bigPool; GO ALTER RESOURCE GOVERNOR RECONFIGURE; GO