Locking Behavior in SQL 2000

  • I have no idea why this article has bee published here. I have not authorized SQLServerCentral to publish it, and this was just an early draft.

    It's bad karma to do things like this, guys.

    Edited by - andrest on 11/17/2003 09:34:46 AM


  • Only the first page is accessible - well, I assume there are more pages on this topic?

  • Excellent article Andres, learnt a few things just in that short piece about lock escalation which I wasn't aware of which will certainly help when performance tuning. If there are more pages to it, I'd certainly like to read them. Keep up the good work.

    Edited by - jonreade on 11/17/2003 04:08:33 AM


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