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Resource Governor

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kerobin jesu
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Pls see the KB article from Microsoft

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972200
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Hi,
I need some advice on SQL 2008 server, We have 2 different applications and have 2 databases, and have one Windows Physical server at primary site. Is it better to have 2 instances and then one D/B per instance or is it better to have one instance with 2 D/B's on it. We also need to take reglular backup and both DB's wil be connected to SAN as well. and for failover we have a secondary site where another physical server would be deployed both D/B's wouldbe in passive mode and maintained through MSCS.

So, With the help of Resource Governer, 1) can the hardware resource be dedicated to a database, if I have Two Instances on Single server with one database per instance?
2) can the hardware resource be dedicated to a database, if I have Single Instance with two databases?
Please reply soon.
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Hi,

I have a requirement to set the resource governor to utilize the resources for 90%. I am new to this and need an urgent help how to configure via SSMS.
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