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Insert slow in SQL 2012


Insert slow in SQL 2012

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Insert 100000 records need to take 8 mins in sql 2012 if compare to sql 2008 just take 1 mins. Any ideal why like that?
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You'll need to supply a lot more information than this.
Are there server differences, disk differences, have you compared execution plans,....

Have you rebuilt indexes, updated stats?

There are a host of things that can affect performance, so it's impossible to say from your short comment what it could be.

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If assume the server, disk , index are all same. Just use different SQL version, SQL 2012 vs SQL 2008, why the SQL 2012 will take longer time to insert the data? very curious now.
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It shouldn't be.
Take a look at the query plans to find out what's wrong.


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I get a solution from this article, seems faster abit, but not very useful.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-NZ/transactsql/thread/1a47f409-7288-438b-adcf-b8ff3f3aacbc
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