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SQL Server 2016 – New Columns in sys.dm_exec_query_stats

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There are lots of features and improvements announced by Microsoft in SQL Server 2016, one of them is adding new columns in sys.dm_exec_query_stats. These new columns capture information about threads and memory. First, I’ll show you the new added columns for collecting threads and Degree of parallelism level information.

Here total_dop represent the total […]

SQL Sever 2016 – DBCC CHECKDB WITH MAXDOP

Hello Friends, There are lots of feature and improvements announced by Microsoft in SQL Server 2016, one of them is restricting the number of processors for DBCC CHECKDB. We know that MAXDOP setting is generally taken care by Instance level setting ‘MAX Degree of Parallelism’ under advanced tab of server property. I’ll show you the […]

SQL Server 2016 – Query Time Based Data on Temporal Table

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In my previous blog posts, we have seen multiple ways for the creation of temporal tables and DML operation impact. Today we will have a look at Query Time Based Data on Temporal Table. First, let me create the table and then I’ll perform some DML operations, so that can query the data.

Now […]

DBCC CLONEDATABASE – Another DBCC command in the List

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As the part of SQL Server DBA world, we have used many DBCC commands in our workplace like DBCC CHECKDB(), DBCC TRACEON(), DBCC SQLPERF() etc. All these commands make DBA life easier and help us to troubleshooting issues, alerting etc. In the same row, with the announcement of SQL Server 2014 service pack […]

SQL Server 2016 – DML Operations on Temporal Table

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In my previous blog posts, we have seen multiple ways for the creation of temporal table. You can go to those posts by clicking on below links:

SQL Server 2016 – Temporal Tables Part 1

SQL Server 2016 – Temporal Tables Part 2

SQL Server 2016 – Temporal Tables Part 3

Today, we will take a look […]

SQL Server 2016 – Temporal Tables Part 3

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In my previous blog posts about temporal tables, we have seen three different ways for the creation of a temporal history table. First was the default where SQL Server create the table and assign a default name to that table. Second was where we specify the name of that table and SQL Server […]

SQL Server 2016 – Temporal Tables Part 2

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In my previous blog post, we have seen two different ways for the creation of a temporal history table. First was the default, where SQL Server will create the table and assign a default name to that table. While the second was specify the name of that table and SQL Server will create […]

SQL Server 2016 – sys.dm_exec_input_buffer

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DBCC INPUTBUFFER() is the TSQL command that we generally use to find out the submitted statement to the SQL Server Instance. Sometimes I use this command to troubleshoot the blocking scenario. If I know the session id of blocking and blocked session, then I can easily find out the TSQL statement/command passing that […]

SQL Server 2016 – Database Scoped Configurations

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As a DBA, we know about various Instance level settings in SQL Server like MAXDOP, Cardinality Estimator related changes and various Trace Flags etc. There may be some scenarios where you want to enable these kind of settings at the database level rather than instance level. For Example, I want to set MAXDOP […]

SQL Server 2016 – truncation of specific partition

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Till now we have seen various new improvements in SQL Server 2016. In my previous blog posts, I had explained Trace Flag 1117 and 1118 related changes. Today I am going to show you an another improvement in SQL Server 2016 i.e. truncation of specific partition or the number of partitions.

Before SQL Server […]

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