Have you ever faced a situation where the table size in SSISDB is very huge? Are you are wondering what this SSISDB database is? It has information about the SSIS catalog execution and we should not truncate them as they belong to SSIS subsystem. Once I faced a situation where I could see SSISDB was very huge in size. When looking for more help, I found under the MSDN link which talks about the table. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh230981.aspx
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SQL SERVER – AlwaysOn Listener Error – The WSFC Cluster Could Not Bring the Network Name Resource With DNS Name ‘DNS name’ Online
I can tell you how many times I have heard about this error. This can appear in any of the situation where SQL needs to create a cluster network name resource in the WSFC Cluster. Here are the two situations I can think of:
Installing SQL Server Failover Cluster instance.
Creating listener in the AlwaysOn availability group.
Today’s blog post created from a recent conversation with one of my customers. They asked me a very interesting question – “When should they hire me for my famous Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check?”. I send them following 10 questions and told them to take a quick quiz about their SQL Server Environment. They replied back to with YES to all the answers. If the answer to any of the following questions in YES, that means user can for sure improve your SQL Server’s Performance. After taking this quick test, my customer realized that they have amazing potential to improve the performance of their server.
SQL SERVER – DBCC SHRINKFILE: Page 1:26423878 Could not be Moved Because it is a Work Table Page – TempDB Files
This blog is an outcome of an email communication with my client. The issue was that they were having big tempdb files. They had multiple files and of uneven size. As soon as they restart SQL, the initial size itself was huge and when they tried to shrink the TempDB database, it was not doing anything. Here was the message in SQL Server Management Studio query window.
Just another day while doing performance tuning engagement, Senior DBA of the organization and I both noticed that one of the SP sp_readrequest is continuously listed as long running SP. Well, the good part was that it was not taking too much of the resources. The page read and write were pretty low and the SP was not blocking anything at all. Initially we decided to ignore this SP as there were quite a lots of other things which we needed to take care to get maximum performance of the server.
How to Find How Many Rows Each Query Returned Along with Execution Plan? – Interview Question of the Week #114
Question: How to Find How Many Rows Each Query Returned Along with Execution Plan?