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Performance Tuning SQL Server Transactional Replication – Part 1

I remembered my childhood days when I use to get mechanical toys and how I use to experiment with them eventually ending up messing everything.This is true even when we grow old . Sometimes we commit bigger mistakes .Sometimes we do not take some good steps because we are scared in case something goes […]

SQL Server: Engine Estimated time to complete Online Index operations.

There is always a way to work around something even if we are not able find the absolute solution. So the show must go on .I am sure that in any enterprise where SQL Server database is in Terabytes and the indexes are huge this is a common question from the technical management to […]

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -3

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -3

I hope you have been through both Part 1 and Part 2 of this series .In Part 1 we discussed about using WMI based real-time alerts using SQL Server Agent and shared the example of capturing blocking through it .In Part 2, I shared with you […]

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -2

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -2

In the first part of this blog series, we discussed that starting with SQL Server 2005, we can use SQL Server agent to capture WMI based alerts.We can insert the alret data in to SQL Server tables and use it as needed .We took the example […]

SQL Server Fine – Tuning Transactional Replication Performance – Part 3

This is the last one in this series of SQL Server Fine – Tuning Transactional Replication Performance. While PART – 1  and   PART – 2  were somehow correlated , this blog post is independent and has no dependency on the previous 2 parts .Nor does the previous 2 parts have any dependency on this […]

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -1

SQL Server Real-time Monitoring using WMI classes: Part -1

We all know that that SQL Server had a great face lift from SQL Server 2000 to 2005 .Everything else was a history after that .It was a big leap and we can count the new features of SQL Server 2005 on fingers. However there is […]

SQL Server Fine – Tuning Transactional Replication Performance – Part 2

Hope you have liked the first part of SQL Server fine – tuning transactional replication performance. In case you have not been through it you can check it here .

In this part we will talk about improving distribution agent throughput by modifying the profile parameters .it’s important to note that the changes that you […]

SQL Server: Address translation- How Virtual Memory is mapped to Physical Memory

Introduction
We all know that data retrieval will be fast if the data pages are found in RAM .If the data pages are not in RAM, they are fetched into RAM from the disk. This causes a physical IO .The page remains in the RAM until it’s again kicked off to Disk.
But the process and […]

SQL Server Replication Stored Procedure execution- Will the subscriber Database be updated twice if the table and SP on the same table (that inserts\updates\deletes) are the articles in the same or different publications

While many of you might have tested and implemented the SQL Server Replication stored procedure execution already, many might still be considering it and surely would be Googling or Binging around to find the right solution. I have done some testing that might help you .For testing I have I have used instances of […]

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