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  • Mission Critical Performance Enhancements in SQL Server 2014 on DBTA.com

     Microsoft has three major feature sets that they are advancing with SQL Server 2014 (SQL2014). One is called “Mission Critical Performance.”  Microsoft wants to stake out this ground not only as performance enhancements in the relational engine, but also those features which support better data availability, performance, security, and ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on November 28, 2014
  • SQL Server 2008R2 / 2012 Standard & Backup Compression

    This is something that is totally overlooked, in my experience, with SQL Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2012. On the contrary to what happens with SQL Server 2008, the Standard version of SQL Server 2008R2 & SQL Server 2012 supports backup compression: SQL Server 2008 R2 BOL ...
    Posted to Davide Mauri (Weblog) by manowar on March 25, 2013
  • Quick Tip - Speed a Slow Restore from the Transaction Log

    Here's a quick tip for you:During some restore operations on Microsoft SQL Server, the transaction log redo step might be taking an unusually long time.  Depending somewhat on the version and edition of SQL Server you've installed, you may be able to increase performance by tinkering with the readahead performance for the redo operations. ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on November 14, 2012
  • High-Availability White Papers and Resources for SQL Server

    In foreground, attendee makes dreaded ''shoot myself'' hand sign to the speaker.I was just telling the good people of Charlotte about how they (and how YOU) need to read all things by Paul Randal (blog | twitter), except for all of his cheesy romance novels like Caress and Conquer written under the nom de plum of ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on July 26, 2012
  • 'Backup Completed' is NOT an Error Message

    If you're like me, you like for things to be semantically reliable.  Huh?  Said another way, I like for things to mean what they say and say what they mean.  Here are a few examples of I get annoyed by failed sematics - when a footpath is used almost entirely by cyclists, when an escalator is merely stairs, or when a restroom has a ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on May 17, 2012
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