ICYMI: Troubleshooting Availability Groups and the Schema Switcharoo – SQL Server Performance

Aaron Bertrand (b | t) is on a roll this month’s SQL Server performance highlights with more great articles from SQLPerformance.com.

 

Troubleshooting AlwaysOn – Sometimes it takes many sets of eyes

Aaron Bertrand (b | t) hit some obstacles recently when configuring an Availability Groups lab environment. This post shows how some assistance from the community helped him isolate and solve the issues.

Another argument for stored procedures

Learn the subtle ways that ad hoc queries can interfere with SQL Server performance by taking up more space in the plan cache than they really need.

Schema Switch-A-Roo : Part 2

Get even more detail about what happens to metadata when you use the schema transfer technique behind the scenes move data and database objects.

So what do you think? What SQL Server performance issues would you like to read about?

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