Hang Liu

With over 25 years of experience in database technology, I've excelled across diverse industries such as Financial Services, CRM, Retail, Entertainment, and Healthcare. Currently serving as a Data Architect at Healthcare Logic in Gold Coast, Australia, I embarked on my BI/DW journey in 2005. Bringing 15+ years of expertise in BI/DW, data analysis, and report development, I leverage technologies like SQL Server, Azure, Oracle, and Power BI. Actively contributing to the global DW community, I share insights on the Kimball Forum: http://forum.kimballgroup.com/spa/hang

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how to find the cpu memory disk and network of the OS where RDS is residing.

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A Lack of Memory Grant Feedback Persistence

SQL Server has added an Intelligent Query Processing feature called Memory Grant Feedback. In SQL Server 2022, this can be persisted across queries to improve the performance of future executions. In SQL Server 2022, when is memory grant feedback not persisted if the plan is evicted from cache? (choose 2)

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