Accelerated Data Recovery (ADR)

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Improving SQL Server Performance and Availability with Accelerated Database Recovery

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For many businesses, database performance and availability are crucial elements. A database crash or a lengthy transaction can cause a lot of downtime and have a negative effect on business operations. However, with the introduction of Accelerated Database Recovery (ADR), Microsoft SQL Server has added a potent new feature that greatly enhances database availability and […]

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2023-05-02 (first published: )

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Writing to Clones

I run this code on SQL Server 2019:

DBCC CLONEDATABASE(imdb, imdb_dev)
I then change to the cloned database, imdb_dev, and run some queries. I then run this code while testing:
INSERT dbo.Title (TitleID, Title, DateReleased) VALUES (3234, 'Maestro', '2023')
GO
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