Well, of course, there is an easy way to know this and that is Execution plan property. Is there any way to know if the executed query is from cache or not?
SQL SERVER – Empty Database Authentication Cache with DBCC FLUSHAUTHCACHE
A very interesting DBCC command I recently came across and that is DBCC FLUSHAUTHCACHE. DBCC function applies to Azure SQL Database.
Snowflake – Query Result from Cache or Disk
Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, The topic is how to identify on the Snowflake platform if the query result is from cache or disk.
SQL SERVER – Find High Frequency Queries
Recently during consulting engagement, we had to Find High Frequency Queries in SQL Server, let us learn that today. Let us learn today.
SQL SERVER – Finding Queries Using Particular Index
One of the most popular questions I received during my Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check is Finding Queries Using Particular Index.
SQL SERVER – 3 Questions Answered on One Query Many Plans
Yesterday I published a video One Query Many Plans – SQL in Sixty Seconds #171 and I received lots of questions on the topic.
One Query Many Plans – SQL in Sixty Seconds #171
After the blog post, lots of people asked me it will be more helpful if I can create a video on the same topic of one query many plans.