A lot of times, I have seen DBA’s and administrators have their own startup tasks that they perform when rebuilding or bringing a new server online. Some of these practices are powerful and are mean to enhance performance of the box that you have bought. Recently, I was at a customer location looking at what a typical Admin was doing and this step of his caught my attention. I couldn’t stop myself from blogging this because it was a simple, powerful and yet less appreciated setting available on the Server. Let us learn Power Plan for SQL Server.
Let me take a tour to what are we talking here from a scenario point of view. Prior to SQL Server 2012, tracing the execution plan is an all or nothing approach. In profiler, if we select execution plan, we will get every occurrence of every execution plan for all…Read More
The CPU is responsible for not only SQL Server operations but also all the OS tasks related to the CPU. Let us learn about measuring CPU Pressure.