(Greg Gonzalez) Waits and Queues has been used as a SQL Server performance tuning methodology since Tom Davidson published the above article as well as the well-known SQL Server 2005 Waits and Queues whitepaper in 2006.
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(Michael J. Swart) You have excessive WRITELOG waits (or HADR_SYNC_COMMIT waits) and among other things, you want to understand where.
(Fikrat Azizov) In previous posts we discussed a few Azure Data Factory (ADF) activities that have similar functionality to SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) tasks. However, we also learned that in some cases SSIS components are more powerful and flexible than their ADF counterparts.
(Thomas LaRock) I came across this “Sequence contains no elements” error when using Always Encrypted a while back and wanted to write a quick post. In this case, I was trying to encrypted a computed column.
SQL SERVER – Log Shipping Error: Only Members of the Sysadmin Fixed Server Role Can Perform this Operation
(Pinal Dave) Even though there are many disaster recovery solutions available in SQL Server as of today, few of my clients Still go with log shipping. In this blog, I would share my learning about one of the errors which I observed with one of my clients.
(Mohammed Moinudheen) I have a number of SQL Server backups stored in Azure blob storage. Is there any way we can ensure that the backup files are not deleted permanently after deleting them from the blob storage container?
(Jason Brimhall) Every now and again, we as DBAs need to get away from the daily grind of the hum drum tasks. We need to find a way to have a little fun (the kind that would be non-harmful and lacking in mal-intent).
(Pinal Dave) Since the release of SQL Server 2019, I have written quite a few blogs about this release. In this blog, we would see the new options available in sys.configurations catalog view.
(James Serra) As a followup to my blog post Azure Data Lake Store Gen2 is GA, I wanted to give some pointers when using ADLS Gen2 as well as blob storage, as it can get a bit confusing with all the options that are available.
(Kenneth Fisher) I ran into a rather obscure permissions problem the other day. Since I wasn’t able to figure it out on my own I posted for help. This wasn’t something I felt could be easily translated into #sqlhelp so I went ahead and posted it on Stack Exchange then tweeted the link, with a brief