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Performance differences between Developer and Enterprise editions


Performance differences between Developer and Enterprise editions

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I'm busy investigating and issue are performance differences between SQL 2014 Developer and Enterprise editions. Our company program-magically create Integration Services Packages.

We have noticed however that the process takes roughly ten times as long on Developer Editions when compared to Enterprise editions.
Has anyone experience something similar? Am I missing something?
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ianbruwer - Friday, April 21, 2017 5:39 AM
Hi
I'm busy investigating and issue are performance differences between SQL 2014 Developer and Enterprise editions. Our company program-magically create Integration Services Packages.

We have noticed however that the process takes roughly ten times as long on Developer Editions when compared to Enterprise editions.
Has anyone experience something similar? Am I missing something?
Should not happen. Are the instances identical in every other way (hardware, file structure across disks, SQL settings, other processes running, network bandwidth)?


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The instances are absolute identical. In fact I'm running the test from my laptop. Everything is on my laptop. Performed test on dev edition. Uninstalled dev edition and installed enterprise edition. Performed test again. Then uninstalled enterprise and intalled dev edition and repeated test once again. Enterprise is lightning, Dev is dog slow.
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ianbruwer - Friday, April 21, 2017 6:00 AM
The instances are absolute identical. In fact I'm running the test from my laptop. Everything is on my laptop. Performed test on dev edition. Uninstalled dev edition and installed enterprise edition. Performed test again. Then uninstalled enterprise and intalled dev edition and repeated test once again. Enterprise is lightning, Dev is dog slow.

That is interesting. Have you investigated whether the slow performance is across the board, or whether it's just certain tasks which take longer?


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Haven't investigated anything else. In general everything else appears to be equal. Was hoping someone else could simply tell me that Dev edition is configured slightly differently and that I can go and change it.
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Are you using the checked build of dev edition? 32 bit version by mistake?

Watch CPU utilization on both runs, and do a differential wait stats and file IO stall analysis while processes are running.

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only differences between Developer and Enterprise is that the enterprise version may be limited by the number of cores it uses.
If for some reason the Enterprise version used is one of the limited ones then that could explain the difference.

Other than that there are no differences whatsoever between them so if both versions are the same (e.g. both 32bit or both 64bit) then all should run the same
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