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Finally back in my hotel room; I’ve forgotten how exhausting it is to actually present these days. John Baldwin and the rest of the Steel City SQL user group did an awesome job pulling this together. These guys are a lot of fun to be around, and they really ...
Obviously, I’m excited about SQL Saturday 7. I’ll post more after the festivities are over, but for now, I’m packing up and heading over. I love geek days.
Back in the days, Kalen Delaney blogged about how to remove single page allocations and how the algorithm changed from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005. However there seems to be some confusion when the single page allocations are kicked in. The confusion seems to be that single page ...
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