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Dharmendra is a SQL Server/Microsoft Data Platform professional with over eight years of experience. He enjoys helping others in the SQL Server community and does this by contributing on blogs, speaking at several SQL events. His passion and focus is to explore and share more and more on SQL Server.

Archives: August 2018

AlwaysOn Data Synchronization in Synchronous and Asynchronous Mode

When you are working on the AlwaysOn feature, it is crucial to understand how the AlwaysOn commit process works. This blog will walk you through how a synchronous and Asynchronous commit process works in AlwaysOn.

Data Synchronization in Synchronous mode 

  • Primary replica is generating transaction log blocks. The secondary replica…

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Posted in SQL Geek on 15 August 2018

Fastest Way to Find Row Count of All Tables From All Databases in SQL Server

There are many times you as DBA or Developer needs to get all row count from all tables or row count of all tables from all Databases in a SQL Server. You may need a quick way to count the number of rows contained within the tables. The following SQL… Read more

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Posted in SQL Geek on 13 August 2018

Snapshot Agent Acquires schema modification (SCH-M) lock on all the articles of a publication

As the business requirement, It is very common to see a request for adding a new article or subscription to the existing publication. After adding the new article or subscription to the existing publication, we use snapshot agent to initialize it so that data can flow from Publisher to Distributor… Read more

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Posted in SQL Geek on 6 August 2018

SQL Server Enterprise Edition-Core VS Server+CAL – Demo on differences

In this blog, I am NOT going to discuss the SQL Server licensing model. If you are looking for that information, I would strongly suggest you talk to your Microsoft Technical Account Manager (TAM) or follow the SQL Server 2016 licensing Datasheet.

Here, I am going to discuss –… Read more

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Posted in SQL Geek on 3 August 2018

How to Change SQL Server License or Product Key?

Yesterday, I was doing SQL Server Database stress and benchmarking testing on the client side. When I started ramping-up more and more workload on the server, I found the SQL Server was using only 20 CPUs. When I checked the box to know how many CPU the box got, it… Read more

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Posted in SQL Geek on 2 August 2018

Have you ever wonder why Log Send Rate doesn’t show against Primary Replica on the AlwaysOn Dashboard?

Recently, I was working on the AlwaysOn Availability group issue where the log records were not moving from primary to secondary replica because of the wait type “PARALLEL_REDO_TRAN_TURN”.

During the troubleshooting, when I opened the AlwaysOn Dashboard to see the Log Send Rate, I found that the Log Send Rate… Read more

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Posted in SQL Geek on 1 August 2018