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Memory-Optimized Table checkpoint


Memory-Optimized Table checkpoint

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Great question, very interesting!
I wouldn't have guessed that.
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Raghavendra Mudugal (4/28/2014)
Thank you for the post,SJ, good one.

With the help of this link http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn553124(v=sql.120).aspx, i was able to pick the right answer, most of the time i took in finding the relevent link than understanding the question...:-D Hehe

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Had to do research on something new. Thanks for the question.


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Kind of disturbing to see that 36% (as of now) think a checkpoint is taken after every completed transaction.

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Thomas Abraham (4/28/2014)
Kind of disturbing to see that 36% (as of now) think a checkpoint is taken after every completed transaction.


Imagine what that would look like in a busy OLTP system! :-D

Thanks for the 2014 question, Steve.
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Nice question.

Thomas Abraham (4/28/2014)
Kind of disturbing to see that 36% (as of now) think a checkpoint is taken after every completed transaction.


It's getting worse - it's now grown to 37%.

Seems to me that the growth amount should be user configurable rather than a fixed 512 MB. But maybe MS are thinking that allowing users to configure that would give them another way to wreck the system?

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TomThomson (4/28/2014)
Nice question.

Thomas Abraham (4/28/2014)
Kind of disturbing to see that 36% (as of now) think a checkpoint is taken after every completed transaction.


It's getting worse - it's now grown to 37%.

Seems to me that the growth amount should be user configurable rather than a fixed 512 MB. But maybe MS are thinking that allowing users to configure that would give them another way to wreck the system?

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Excellent question



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