Monthly Archives: November 2009

What’s Using Space in Tempdb?

It happens, not often, but I do regularly see people talking about their tempdb growing too large. Often that means that people have not properly sized tempdb to me, but there could be legitimate reasons why it’s grown large. This … Continue reading

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When it rains…

It pours. I come back from 4 days unwired, a bunch of writing done, to a laptop that’s head, a site that won’t take posts, and a ton of email and articles. At least my external HDD reader is reading … Continue reading

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Unwired

I didn’t have Internet access for 4 days while we were in the mountains. Actually I could have purchased it, but for uploading blogs it didn’t seem like a great idea. Plus I’d be tempted to work if I did … Continue reading

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Picking a Branch

Do you know that there are actually two branches of SQL Server 2008 code right now? Actually I would bet there are 3 branches, but we have two publically available branches to choose from: The RTM branch The Service Pack … Continue reading

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