Resource Governor 2014

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  • good explanation, thanks steve for QOD.

  • Great question, thanks.

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  • Thanks, Steve. Nice question to get the brain cells going.

  • Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (5/7/2015)


    Good to know what can and can't be done with Resource Govenor.

    Thanks for the question, Steve

    +1 Great question Steve.



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  • Thanks, Steve! Another great question.

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  • The research to answer the question correctly was very interesting! Thanks for the question.

  • Thank you for the post, Steve, really good one. I really took lot of time (really lot) just to understand the question... then I realized RG can control CPU, Memory... that kind of stuff... but log writes...? I got green. 🙂

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  • Good question, but ...

    The first three options are obviously incorrect (the first two because restricting log writes isn't possible, the third because there's no such thing as MAX_IOPS_PERCENTAGE, the nearest thing is MAX_IOPS_PER_VOLUME) and the fourth one is correct. SO as far as that goes, teh correct answer is teh right answer.

    But the fourth one doesn't suggest anything one might do to fix the problem that is the subject of the question, so althought it is a corect answer it's an absolutely useless one for a DBA confronted by the problem - he'd be better off looking up how to do the third option and discovering what he could do instead. I don't think that would lead anyone to suggest that the tird option is the correct answer, it seems obvious that the fourth one is the one the question is ooking for, but it is rather a pity that no way forward for teh DBA's problem is indicated.

    Tom

  • Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (5/7/2015)


    Good to know what can and can't be done with Resource Govenor.

    Thanks for the question, Steve

    + 1

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    Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (5/7/2015)


    Good to know what can and can't be done with Resource Govenor.

    Thanks for the question, Steve

    +1 Great question Steve.

    I agree. BTW, still love your avatar.

  • V Nice Question. The best part to solve Steve Jone's questions are , we need to read this thoroughly and carefully.

    Keep posting more exciting questions, Steve!

    Thanks.

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