LOVER OF SQL (9/23/2013)
1,000MB equals = 1GB? or 1MB?
and if I have 4 processor (physical) I need put more 3 datafile? because exist mdf (default).
You sad: "500MB with 500MB growth for the LDF file and then monitor it as the system grows. " but, is not necessary I am add ldf files all right? only mdf for processor..
How can i allow/endrose your answer in this topic?
Do not add more LDF files. LDF files operate in a serial cyclic manner and there's no benefit.
And obviously 1,000MB <> 1MB. 1,000MB = 1GB. If you have 4 processors, you could start 4 MDF files at 500MB with 500MB growth. Since you have no history on TempDB usage on this system, that's also a swag.
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