ICYMI – Troubleshooting SQL Performance Issues, Missing Indexes, and DROP and TRUNCATE TABLE

A digest of great articles originally appearing at SQLPerformance.com.

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Troubleshooting SQL Server CPU Performance Issues
This outstanding article from Joe Sack ( b | t ) of SQLskills.com steps you through a methodical and insightful series of DMVs and queries that can pinpoint CPU issues on your SQL Server instances.

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Don’t just blindly create those “missing” indexes!
Our own Aaron Bertrand ( b | t ) discusses ways to get better and more balanced information used in decisions about creating new indexes than offered as suggestions by native SQL Server tools.

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The Myth that DROP and TRUNCATE TABLE are Non-Logged
Paul Randal ( b | t ) of SQLskills.com refutes the age-old myth that TRUNCATE TABLE and DROP are not logged operations. I love the full T-SQL reproduction of the issue so that you can see the internals in action.Troubleshooting SQL Server CPU Performance Issues

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