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    DBCC CHECKDB

    Quite often when I see a new SQL Server setup, a CHECKDB has never been run on the databases. It’s pretty simple to do, and it _could_ save you some big trouble later on. What is it? The command “DBCC CHECKDB()” checks the logical and physical integrity o...

    Geniiius  Posted on May 29 2012 12:00AM
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    Visualize Wait stats with Microsoft Excel

    In our blog post last week: Instance Wide Wait Stats we promised to show You how to visualize the collected wait stats with Microsoft Excel, so this is what this blog post will be about. The blog post from last week will be the basic setup for this one, s...

    Geniiius  Posted on Apr 18 2012 12:00AM
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    Debugging query timeouts by sampling blocking – part 2

    In part 1 I explained how I was hunting for the root cause for some query timeouts that happened every once in a while. I knew for certain, that the affected queries were waiting for 30 seconds for an intent exclusive lock on something, before a timeout oc...

    Geniiius  Posted on Mar 15 2012 12:00AM
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    Debugging query timeouts with X-Events – part 1

    I like hunting. Not the kind where you are walking around the forrest and trying to find a target. No, I like hunting for SQL queries that are messy, or down right nasty. My latest hunting adventure was to find the root cause for intermittent query timeout...

    Geniiius  Posted on Mar 10 2012 12:00AM
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    How to use Change Data Capture (CDC)

    With SQL Server 2008 Microsoft added the CDC feature to SQL Server enterprise edition. I haven’t come to play around with it before, but the other day I was asked if CDC might be used for a specific purpose. Because I had no previous experience using CDC, ...

    Geniiius  Posted on Mar 5 2012 12:00AM
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    MERGE with OUTPUT clause

    A few days back I was presented with a theoretical challenge, and now I thought I would share my solution with you. The challange was to keep track of changes on a table that we had only a readonly access to, and keep a history of the changes. Furthermore ...

    Geniiius  Posted on Feb 21 2012 12:00AM
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    Generate test data using DBGen

    Over the last couple of months I have on several occasions found myself in need of test data for demos, blogposts etc. You all know AdventureWorks, which will work for a lot of demoing stuff. But the amount of data is limited, and if you are demoing stuff about performance, AdventureWorks just isn’t......

    Geniiius  Posted on Jan 24 2012 1:00AM
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    TOP WITH TIES

    I have been working with SQL Server for quite a few years now, and it still happens quite often that I discover new cool things to do in t-sql. My latest discovery is not a new feature at all, because it was introduced back in SQL Server 2005 – but for some reason I haven’t come across it before. So......

    Geniiius  Posted on Jan 17 2012 1:00AM
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    SQL Server 2012 FileTable – Part 2

    In this weeks blog post we will have a look at how easy it is to combine FileTables and FullText Search. Last week we had a look at some of the basics of the new FileTable feature – if you missed out on last week blog post, you can read it here – FileTable Part 1. To get the full effect of this pow......

    Geniiius  Posted on Jan 12 2012 1:00AM
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    SQL Server trace flags

    Normally I’m not a big fan of using traceflags, my advice is only to use these when it is absolutely necessary otherwise don’t. Here is a list of the documented traceflags that you can use with SQL Server. That is the documented once, besides that there is a list of undocumented traceflags – and it ......

    Geniiius  Posted on Nov 22 2011 12:00AM
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