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The description shown below is the top answer as voted by the Spotlight community.

The charts are based on 2.1 TB of data collected from 4207 instances uploaded by 323 Spotlight users over an 8 week period.


Category: Other
SQL Server versions: 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017


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An AlwaysOn DDL statement or a Windows Server Failover Clustering command is waiting for serialized access to an availability database and its runtime state. Information from Microsoft®

Very rare

This wait never occurs for most instances

For each of 4207 instances, we ranked HADR_DB_OP_START_SYNC on how frequent it is compared to all other recent waits. The chart shows the total of all rankings.

Prevalence of HADR_DB_OP_START_SYNC across the Spotlight Population

For 92 % of hours with this wait, average wait time is less than 0.07 ms

For each instance, we found all the recent hours when it had a HADR_DB_OP_START_SYNC wait. We found the average latency for each of those hours.

2 instances contributed data to this chart

Latency Distribution of HADR_DB_OP_START_SYNC across the Spotlight Population