1. No. A suspended request always goes through runnable first. However, the time it spends there (signal time) can be very short.

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  3. Or you could use SQL Sentry Plan Explorer if you are trying to get more detail about a single query.

  4. You could use sys.dm_exec_sessions and capture total_logical_reads before and after your query.

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  6. ... Chrome does not load those resources until you confirm (see my previous tweet). Other browsers ignore the prob

  7. it is caused by a few resources on the page being referenced with http:// instead of https:// ...

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