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Brent Ozar's DBA Training Plan no.15: What’s Your SQL Server Waiting On?

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Brent continues his DBA Training Plan: Whenever your queries need to wait on something – storage, locks, memory, whatever – SQL Server tracks what it’s waiting on, and for how long. It’s like you’re seeing INSIDE the server, with all kinds of possible debug points being tracked. All you have to do is ask SQL Server, “What have you been waiting on?”. Here Brent shows you how.

2019-09-27

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