When I am not blogging, I am typically working on SQL Server Optimization projects. Time and again, I only have access to SQL Server Management Studio that I can remotely connect to server but do not have access to Operating System, and it works just fine.
At one point in optimization project, I have to decide on index filegroup placement as well TempDB files (.ldf and .mdf) placement. It is commonly known that system gives enhanced performance when index and tempdb are on separate drives than where the main database is placed.
As I do not have access to OS I use the following Stored Procedure to figure out the number of fixed drives (hard drive) a system has along with free space on each of those drives. Based on this result, I decide my strategy of where to put my indexes and tempdb.
Reference : Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)
I have scenario relating to Tempdb .. in my server(test) i have 50 gb drive and 15 gb is free when i am running my SISS package to extract data from different source my tempdb size is reaching to 14 gb but the moment i stop job and re-start sql server services tempdb comes to 8 mb ..
I have another server(dev) where c drive is 40 gb and 14 gb is free but there is d drive 700 gb but i checked tempdb files are still in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA\tempdb.mdf
Now the SISS package take 4 hr to get completed in dev but its taking 3 days in test can tempdb size increasing is reason for it .. if so how we can fix it
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