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Content with tags Performance Tuning, Reporting Services (SSRS) Rss

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Performance Tuning Re-indexing and Update Statistics – A Case Study

Recently we started experiencing a very strange issue in our production reporting environment where the Re-indexing and Update Statistics operation suddenly began taking more than 2 days to complete and was thus causing blockage in the database which in turn caused impairment in application performance.  Read more...
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CPU and Scheduler Performance Monitoring using SQL Server and Excel

This article will demonstrate a method of creating an Excel-based CPU/scheduler performance dashboard for SQL Server 2005+.  Read more...
By Derek Colley 2012/10/04 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: t-sql
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SSRS Reports Performance Debugging and Analysis

SSRS provides a very user friendly way to author and deploy reports. These reports can be accessed from different platforms where the reports are deployed - reports manager, SharePoint, stand-alone / distributed applications or programmatically using SSRS SOAP endpoints. Unfortunately, SSRS / BIDS does not provide any high-end debugging tools such as SQL Profiler for analyzing the performance of SSRS reports. In this tip we will look at different ways of debugging and analyzing SSRS reports performance using execution logs and freeware tools.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/03/28 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: reporting services (ssrs)
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Reporting Services Performance Optimizations

This technical note is part of the Building and Deploying Large Scale SQL Server Reporting Services Environments technical note series, which provides general guidance on how to set up, implement, and optimize an enterprise scale-out architecture for your Reporting Services environment. This note provides guidance for Reporting Services in both Microsoft® SQL Server® 2005 and SQL Server 2008. The focus of this technical note is to optimize your Reporting Services architecture for better performance and higher report execution throughput and user loads  Read more...
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