Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-35

Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links  Free buffet of some great content seen this week. Current Feed Content Tagged as [ADMIN] Index Maintenance: Rebuild vs. Reorg | Cleveland DBA Webpage without description In search of SQL Server Skills … » Memory Webpage … Continue reading

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#sqlserver meta-URLs

Someone sent a request effectively asking for a whitelist of URLs for SQL Server DBAs.   Instead of a long list of all URLs here is a short list of meta-URLs. SQL Server Blog list: PASS – The Professional Association for … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-34

Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links  Free buffet of some great content seen this week. Current Feed Content Tagged as [ADMIN] ACID Properties By Example (And Counterexample) Part Four: Durable | Michael J. Swart If you’re designing a database system, you only … Continue reading

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#sqlservermyth cost threshold for parallelism = seconds

“It’s like a lion and a tiger mixed… bred for its skills in magic.” The definition of cost threshold for parallelism is similar to this definition of a Liger. It is based on fact but when retold it magically becomes inaccurate. … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-33

Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links  Great articles found this week, tagged and served up for mass consumption. Tagged as [ADMIN] SQL Server Storage Engine & Tools (SSQA.net) : SQL Server Manageability series: Log files and Setup Bootstrap folder, the key elements … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-32

View Feed XML 36 great articles (1) brings HUMOR (2) to DISCUSS (1) make MASHUP (2) concerning SQLPASS (8) showing ALTERNATIVE (3) helps ADMIN (1) involves EDUCATION (0) by MSFT (3) as WARNING (0) to BOOKMARK (1) have SCRIPT (1) … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #21 – A Day Late and Totally Full of It #tsql2sday

T-SQL Tuesday Adam Machanic is taking his bouncing baby boy out for a night on the town, figuratively speaking.  He is not only the father of this blog party creature but he is also the host this month which happens … Continue reading

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