SQL SERVER 2019 is released today. You can get started immediately with it by downloading appropriate version for your system.
There are many reasons to envy my job as SQL Server Performance Tuning Expert Consultant but the most important reason is that I get to work on quite often the latest version of SQL Server. Just the other day I had an early adopter customer who was using SQL Server 2019 for their environment and they wanted me to help them with the new feature of Accelerated Database Recovery.
This feature works with SQL Server 2019 and onwards. If you are using an earlier version of SQL Server this feature will not work and will give you an error. One of the most common questions I receive during Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check is how to get the last known actual execution plan for a previously cached query plan.
As soon as a new version of SQL Server is announced, I always try to find new things and update my old post with new information or write a new post. In this blog, we would learn about new function introduced in SQL Server 2019 which is a partial replacement of DBCC PAGE.
If you have not heard about the capability of DBCC PAGE then you can look at my earlier blog on the same topic. SQL SERVER – Identifying Page Types
This is my second blog about SQL Server 2019. My previous blog was about the release announcement of SQL Server 2019 CTP version. SQL Authority News – Microsoft Released SQL Server 2019 Preview. In this blog post, we will discuss about Oracle JRE 7 Update.