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About Prince Rastogi

Prince Rastogi is working as Principle Database Administrator at Admiral Technologies. Prince started his career working on SQL Server since Yukon. Prince is having almost 7 years of experience and worked in ERP Domain, Wealth Management Domain. Currently he is working in Insurance domain. In the starting of his career he was working on SQL Server, Internet Information Server and Visual Source Safe. He is post graduate in Computer Science. Prince is ITIL certified professional. Prince likes to explore technical things for Database World and Writing Blogs. He is Technical Editor at SQLServerGeeks.com.

SQL Sever 2016 – USE HINT without having SA permission

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Trace Flags are really important considerations in SQL Server where we wants to change some default behavior at instance level or query level. If we want to enable the trace flag globally then we can enable it for the instance level. We can also use the trace flags at specific query level as […]

SQL Sever 2016 – sys.dm_db_incremental_stats_properties for Incremental Stats

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During various troubleshooting scenarios, we generally check the statistics information on the objects. These statistics information helps us a lot to detect the root cause. There is a DMF that we use to check the statistics information i.e. sys.dm_db_stats_properties. This DMF requires the object id and stats id to return the details.

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SQL Sever 2016 – Two things developers should know

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There are lots of new features and improvement launched by Microsoft in SQL Server 2016. There are two small but really interesting things for the T-SQL Developers, DBA Developers who are involve in writing T-SQL code.

Situation: Let’s think about a situation where we are creating a new object (for example –  Stored Procedure) […]

SQL Server Trace Flags Information in Execution Plans

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SQL Server trace flags are important consideration for a query plan compilation and execution. Trace flag can impact the execution of a query and might hit the performance badly if not used appropriately. Sometimes during performance troubleshooting by using execution plan is not easier because we don’t have the information about the trace […]

By |March 14th, 2017|Categories: Performance Tuning|Tags: , |Comments Off on SQL Server Trace Flags Information in Execution Plans

SQL Sever – Compare Showplan

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During performance troubleshooting, It was not easy to compare the execution plan for the queries. We generally save the execution plans and then compare them by opening in different SQL Server Management Studio windows but it was not easy to compare the various things about two operators from the plan. In new SSMS […]

By |March 5th, 2017|Categories: Performance Tuning, SQL Server|Tags: |Comments Off on SQL Sever – Compare Showplan

Data Platform Summit 2017 #DPS2017

After successful completion of SQLServerGeeks Annual Summit 2016 last year, I was getting so many questions about the next conference in INDIA. Questions were like “Are you guys going to do this conference next year?”, “May I know the city name for the next annual conference?” and “This time I was unable to attend […]

By |January 31st, 2017|Categories: SQL Server||Comments Off on Data Platform Summit 2017 #DPS2017

Trace Flag 634 – Disable Background Columnstore Compression

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In Columnstore Technology, we knows that Column data stores in segments and segments groups together to form the rowgroup. One of the main reason of using Columnstore technology is compression of rowgroups. By default, SQL Server perform compression of closed delta stores. This tasks is done by tuple mover. Which invokes after a […]

By |December 26th, 2016|Categories: Compression, Database Administration, Indexes & Statistics, Performance|Tags: , |Comments Off on Trace Flag 634 – Disable Background Columnstore Compression

SQL Server 2014 – SELECT INTO Statement

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Microsoft introduced so many new features and improvements with SQL Server 2014. In addition to these features, one of the improvement provided in SQL Server 2014 is about SELECT INTO statement. The SELECT INTO  generally used to copy the data from one table and inserts that data into a new table.

Before SQL Server […]

By |December 20th, 2016|Categories: Database Development, Database Engine, Performance|Tags: , |Comments Off on SQL Server 2014 – SELECT INTO Statement

Resource Governor to Control Physical IO

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Microsoft introduced so many new features and improvements with SQL Server 2014. These features make the life of DBA easier. In addition to these features, One of the improvement provided in SQL Server 2014 is about Resource Governor. Resource Governor is a well-known feature of the SQL Server world to manage the system resource consumption. […]

By |November 29th, 2016|Categories: Database Administration, Resource Governor, SQL Server||Comments Off on Resource Governor to Control Physical IO

SQL Server 2016 – Batch Mode Processing with Serial Plan

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There are lots of features and improvements announced by Microsoft in SQL Server 2016, one of them is providing batch mode processing with 900 rows batch size. SQL Server 2016 uses batch mode processing even if the execution plan is a serial plan which was not possible with previous versions. Due to this […]

By |October 17th, 2016|Categories: Database Administration, Performance Tuning, SQL Server Internals & Architecture|Tags: , , |Comments Off on SQL Server 2016 – Batch Mode Processing with Serial Plan
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