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SQL Server 2008 R2 information related to SQLOS related Dynamic Management Views - DMV

How many times have you taken help from SQL Server DMVs? How many of them are useful for your day-to-day data platform management? Well, they are closely attached to my day-to-day work. I'm excited to get my hands on upcoming client's project...

SQL Server - SSIS package transformation performance issues, follow up

To followup from The buffer manager failed a memory allocation call for 20485670 bytes, but was unable to swap out any buffers to relieve memory pressure blog post, here are few findings that I would like to share. When you see that SQL Server instance...

SQL Server error: messages are appearing when the working set of SQL Server 2005 process reaches 50 percent of the memory that is committed to the process.

It is evident that SQL Server 2005 component handles memory differently as compared to SQL Server 2000 version. As one of the KBA refers SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition introduces support for the use of Microsoft Windows 2000 Address Windowing Extensions...

SQL Server - Have you observed DBCC SHRINKFILE operation performance, on huge databases?

In general it is not a best practice to perform SHRINK database operation on a production server, atleast regularly! Sometimes it may be compulsory to keep them sized in order to ensure the disk storage is not compromised for any sudden changes to databases...

SQL Server Integration Services and Clustering - confguration gotcha to ensure SSIS works with failover of cluster!

A newbie or FAQ within Forums and Newsgroups that having multiple instances and how best to set the resources on the server such as memory, CPU etc. Read more from here.