There are so many wait types available in SQL Server and sometimes I feel that it’s an ocean of wait types. I have already written about most common wait types earlier. In this blog, we would learn about VDI_CLIENT_WORKER / VDI_CLIENT_OTHER wait type. SQL SERVER – Introduction to Wait Stats and Wait Types – Wait Type – Day 1 of 28

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How Much Work Each Processor (CPU) is Doing in SQL Server? – Interview Question of the Week #178

Question: How Much Work Each Processor (CPU) is Doing in SQL Server?

Answer: To be honest, I have not seen this question asked in any of the interview questions so far. Actually, this question was asked by one of my clients during Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. Every time whenever he logs into his system, he finds his CPU running very very high even though he had over 56 active processors. What he really wanted to know what exactly is going on behind the scene of his processors. He really wanted to figure out, how busy his servers are and how much work is pending per Processor (CPU)?

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SQL SERVER – How to Fix High CPU Consumption on SQL Server 2017 and 2016

In this blog post, we are going to discuss how to fix high CPU Consumption on SQL Server 2016 and SQL Server 2017. One of the large multinational corporations recently hired me for Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. Usually, customer hires me once and we are able to fix all of their problems in very little time. However, this customer had a very unique scenario and I had to engage twice to help them out.

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SQL SERVER 2016 – DBCC Command Enhancement with MAXDOP

When you want to be successful, you need to run alone and fast. But if you want to run longer, you want to run together. I have personally seen multiple instances where this statement holds true to every word. When working with customers and in various consulting engagements, I have seen it is not enough to just solve the problem. It is important to enable the team working on the project and make them aware of the reasons why it did happen in the first place. I always felt the art of working together will take us a long way. Even in performance engagements, I try to get the team involved as I go through the process of solving their problems. Let us learn in this blog post DBCC Command Enhancement with MAXDOP.

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