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Understanding CRUD Operations on Tables with B-tree Indexes, Page-splits, and Fragmentation

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Introduction Every DML transaction reads the data before it makes any changes. Not only during a SELECT query, but when you run any DML statement, insert, update, or delete, SQL Server first fetches a bunch of pages into the buffer pool locating the desired rows and changes them while synchronously writing to the transaction log […]

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2021-05-10

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