Resource Pools

  • daveb87

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  • vk-kirov

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    "The Default group can be moved out of the Default Pool"? The referenced BOL article says just the opposite:

    Resource Governor Concepts


    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool

    So, the 5th answer is wrong, not true.

    Oh, almost forgot: I want my point back, blah-blah-blah etc 😛

  • M&M

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    vk-kirov (10/19/2011)


    "The Default group can be moved out of the Default Pool"? The referenced BOL article says just the opposite:

    Resource Governor Concepts


    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool

    So, the 5th answer is wrong, not true.

    Oh, almost forgot: I want my point back, blah-blah-blah etc 😛

    yes 🙂

    M&M

  • Imran Ashraf-452633

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    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool.

    Straight from BOL.

    Please can I have my point now!!!

    Let see how many responses we have before this quietens down.

  • CoolCodeShare

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    Good Question Thanks!!

  • Hugo Kornelis

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    What, only three so far? I had expected at least 30 "I want my point back" posts by now! 😉


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  • dgvozdetsky

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    vk-kirov (10/19/2011)


    "The Default group can be moved out of the Default Pool"? The referenced BOL article says just the opposite:

    Resource Governor Concepts


    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool

    So, the 5th answer is wrong, not true.

    Please, add my point back 🙂

  • anthony.green

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    Yes I would have to agree with all the above comments about the 5th answer being in correct making me choose the 6th and getting the question wrong.

    The MSDN page does state that the default group cannot be moved from the default pool, its in the big yellow box under the default pool section.

    Not really that clued up on resource pools etc so glad I found the right MSDN page while answering the questions, did make my mind work so early in the morning.

  • paul s-306273

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    Iwas surprised when I got a 'wrong' for this.

    Glad it's not just me!

  • DugyC

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    I knew we were in trouble with this one when it asked for 3 answers but I could find only 2 that were clearly true.

    Went with 2 answers hoping that maybe it was just a typo asking for 3, alas not... :unsure:

    As posts above, the Default Group cannot be moved out of the Default Pool.

    ps. If you could see to giving me my point that would be just super but, don't worry, I realise the world won't end if you don't 😉

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  • rfr.ferrari

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    dgvozdetsky (10/20/2011)


    vk-kirov (10/19/2011)


    "The Default group can be moved out of the Default Pool"? The referenced BOL article says just the opposite:

    Resource Governor Concepts


    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool

    So, the 5th answer is wrong, not true.

    Please, add my point back 🙂

    I agree with you!!!!! 🙂

    the 5th answer is incorret, the default group cannot be moved out of the default pool!!!:crazy:

    see this link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb934084.aspx


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  • SQLRNNR

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    Had to guess what the third correct answer was. Assumed option 5 meant cannot and was lucky.

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  • Thomas Abraham

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    mohammed moinudheen (10/20/2011)


    vk-kirov (10/19/2011)


    "The Default group can be moved out of the Default Pool"? The referenced BOL article says just the opposite:

    Resource Governor Concepts


    The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool

    So, the 5th answer is wrong, not true.

    Oh, almost forgot: I want my point back, blah-blah-blah etc 😛

    yes 🙂

    I'm not going to let the fact that I'm in a later time zone keep me from saying, "Me too!".

    Let's see, six answers, three correct. Two obvious mutually exclusive pairs means the third pair only contains one correct answer. So, found reference for 5th answer being INcorrect ....etc. See the kind of problems logical thinking can cause. I should be like my wife, and live a life unfettered by logic. 🙂

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  • mtassin

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    DugyC (10/20/2011)


    I knew we were in trouble with this one when it asked for 3 answers but I could find only 2 that were clearly true.

    Went with 2 answers hoping that maybe it was just a typo asking for 3, alas not... :unsure:

    As posts above, the Default Group cannot be moved out of the Default Pool.

    ps. If you could see to giving me my point that would be just super but, don't worry, I realise the world won't end if you don't 😉

    Same here... I could eliminate the two between the first two on the list because they obviously contradicted the two I knew to be correct.

    I knew the 6th was incorrect because when I was configuring Resource Governor all of Microsoft's documentation added extra groups to the default pool Which left me to select the 5th one, even though I thought it was wrong (missed the spot in BOL that said you couldn't do this. Didn't think you could, but it said there were 3 answers, so I had to guess which incorrect one was most likely).

    I got this correct, but the correct answer should only be 2, not 3 answers.



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  • Meet George Jetson

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    From the document you supplied, and I quote "The default group is alterable but it cannot be moved out of the default pool."

    Please add my point back.

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