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What's the Point of Using VARCHAR(n) Anymore?

The arrival of the (MAX) data types in SQL Server 2005 were one of the most popular feature for the database developer. At the time, there was a lot of discussion as to whether this freedom from having to specify string length came at a cost. Rob attempts to give a final answer as to any down-side.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2012/02/15 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: t-sql
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Tips to optimize your SQL statements

Don't blame SQL Server if your SQL Statements perform badly! But where do you start to investigate the problem? This article is a primer on were to start looking when your SQL runs slowly.  Read more...
By Brian Ellul 2012/02/10 (first published: 2010/07/29) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: performance tuning
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Database Performance Transparency

Describes the benefits of publishing instance performance metrics including a script to generate HTML-based Performance Snapshot.  Read more...
By Ron Johnson 2012/02/08 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: performance tuning
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A Computed Column Defined with a User-Defined Function Might Impact Query Performance

A benefit of using computed columns is that they can save developers from having to write calculation logic at the application layer; at the table level, the application can simply reference the computed column. In addition, performance can be improved by persisting a computed column and building an index on it.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2012/02/03 | Source: SQLCAT | Category: computed columns
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Window Functions in SQL Server: Part 3: Questions of Performance

A SQL expression may look elegant on the page but it is only valuable if its performance is good. Do window functions run quicker than their conventional equivalent code? Fabiano Amorim gives a definitive answer.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2012/01/17 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: window functions
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Changes to SQL Server 2012 Execution Plans

I’ve been working with execution plans quite a lot in SQL Server 2012. There are a number of changes, most of them associated with new or different functionality. I had not noticed anything really fundamental until recently. I’ve become a huge proponent of always checking the properties of the SELECT statement. There’s so much useful information in there about what’s happened with the plan generation in the optimizer (not low level stuff, but the big picture items) that you should always be checking it first as a fundamental part of your plan examinations.  Read more...
By Grant Fritchey 2011/12/14 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: execution plans
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Finding the Source of Your SQL Server Database I/O

There are a number of ways of measuring and identifying I/O-related performance information for your SQL Server database instances.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/11/22 | Source: Database Journal
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Performance Monitoring with Dynamic Management Views

In this article, Ron Johnson shows how you can use DMVs for proactive real-time SQL Server performance monitoring.  Read more...
By Ron Johnson 2011/11/17 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: performance tuning
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Maximizing SQL Server Throughput with RSS Tuning

Receive-Side Scaling (RSS) was introduced in Windows 2003 to improve Windows scalability to handle heavy network traffic, which is typically the case for SQL Server OLTP workload. This post helps you get the most out of the feature.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/10/18 | Source: SQLCAT | Category: rss
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A Performance Troubleshooting Methodology for SQL Server

When healing a sick SQL Server, you must forget the idea that there could ever be a simple correspondence between symptom and disease: The art of troubleshooting is much more the art of discovering, and assembling, the various pieces of the puzzle so that you have a complete understanding of what is going on inside of a server.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/10/10 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: performance tuning
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How to Performance Tune the Microsoft SQL Server tempdb Database

If your SQL Server’s tempdb database is heavily used by your application(s), consider locating it on an array of its own (such as RAID 1 or RAID 10). This will allow disk I/O to be more evenly distributed, reducing disk I/O contention issues, and speeding up SQL Server’s overall performance.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/08/31 | Source: SQL Server Performance | Category: tempdb
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Speeding up database access - part 4 Fixing expensive queries

Part 4 of a series from Matt Perdeck on speeding up your database access. This is a great series for developers. This is based on the book ASP.NET Site Performance Secrets.  Read more...
By mperdeck 2011/08/30 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: performance tuning
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A faster DBCC CHECKDB?

This article describes a utility that is able to report the most common DBCC CHECKDB errors significantly faster than DBCC CHECKDB does itself.   Read more...
By Ian Stirk 2011/08/23 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: dbcc checkdb
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Automatically Capturing SQL Server Performance Metrics

This article looks to provide a method that you can use to collect the author's top 10 SQL Server performance metrics automatically over time.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/08/09 | Source: Database Journal
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Speeding Up Database Access Part 3 - Fixing Missing Indexes

Learn how to add those indexes you need in part 3 of Matt Perdeck's 8 part series on improving data access. This is based on the book ASP.NET Site Performance Secrets.  Read more...
By mperdeck 2011/08/02 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: indexing
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CLR Performance Testing

Are Common Language Runtime routines in SQL Server faster or slower than the equivalent T-SQL code? How would you go about testing the relative performance objectively? Solomon Rutzky creates a test framework to try to answer the question and comes up with some surprising results that you can check for yourself.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/08/01 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: sqlclr
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System Monitor (Perfmon) Counters for SQL Server 2005

Capturing performance monitor counters is of great value to understand how SQL Server is behaving at a macro level, that being how overall resources are being used within the engine. Without this data it is difficult to determine where the performance issues are occurring. Capturing the metrics has been traditionally from Performance Monitor either on an ad-hoc basis or setting up a log to capture the values on a predefined basis.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/07/27 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: performance tuning
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Speeding up database access Part 2 - Pinpointing Other Bottlenecks

Part 2 of a series from Matt Perdeck on speeding up your database access. This is a great series for developers. This is based on the book ASP.NET Site Performance Secrets.  Read more...
By mperdeck 2011/07/26 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: performance tuning
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Speeding up Data Access Part 1 - Missing Indexes

In the first part of this series, learn how to pinpoint missing indexes in your databases.  Read more...
By mperdeck 2011/07/19 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: indexing
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The RECOMPILE Options

This artcle attempts to differentiate between the uses of WITH RECOMPILE and OPTION (RECOMPILE) features.  Read more...
By Suresh Maganti 2011/07/07 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: t-sql
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