SQL Server Hardware

Performance Tuning SQL Server Hardware

Although heavy-duty hardware can help SQL Server’s performance, application and database design can play a greater part in overall performance than hardware. Keep this in mind, as throwing good money after bad on server hardware does not always fix SQL Server performance problems. [6.5, 7.0, 2000, 2005]  Updated 8-5-2005 ***** Many people assume that the […]

Resolving SQL Server Hardware Bottlenecks

If your SQL Server is experiencing I/O bottlenecks, consider these possible solutions: ·         Add additional physical RAM so that your server can go to RAM instead of the I/O system to access data. If SQL Server buffer cache hit ratio is less than 99%, consider adding more RAM to your server. ·         If you are […]
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