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This post contains a script that I adapted from the fantastic SQL Server Storage Engine Blog.
It comes in handy in my job all the time! Sometimes tempdb is filling up, but sometimes I just want to monitor the amount of tempdb and check out execution plans of heavy tempdb users while watching performance on a server. It just really comes in handy more frequently than I would have thought before I started using it.