First, let me clarify, the words in the subject of this blog are the exact words used by my client and whatever you do and say but “customer is always right!”. Here is the complete story where we faced issue related to AlwaysOn Replica.
In the last 11 years of blogging, I have never received a question which I have received yesterday. The question which I often receive is about how to add TempDB files in SQL Server but I have never received a question about how to remove a TempDB file.
Database mirroring is a very popular solution for high availability. Later on I am finding quite a many people DBAs opting for mirrored databases.
In Part 1 I covered how much data your SQL Server should be processing and the effects if it isn’t. Here we check to make sure that you’re achieving that speed. Let us continue learning about data starvation in this blog post.
If you are reading this blog, you must be aware that I focus on relational database and also in particular for SQL Server Performance Tuning. I always believed that any system in the world can use more performance. Well, while I focused on relational database, I accept that I have focused very little on the subject of PowerBI and Advanced Analytics.
It has been a while since I worked with SQL Server 2000. However, as an independent consultant, SQL Server never stops to surprise us. Recently, during one Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, I found a very interesting situation which is about compatibility level 80. If you are not familiar with compatibility level, it sets database behaviors to be compatible with the specified version of SQL Server.