The topic for today’s post comes from a forums question and a subsequent Connect feedback item where someone noted that the plan_handle being returned by
To close out this month’s series on Extended Events we’ll look at the DDL Events for the Event Session DDL operations, and how those can
While attending PASS Summit this year, I got the opportunity to hang out with Brent Ozar (Blog|Twitter) one afternoon while he did some work for
As I have said previously in this series, one of my favorite aspects of Extended Events is that it allows you to look at what
The Database Compression feature in SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition can provide some significant reductions in storage requirements for SQL Server databases, and in the
Nearly two years ago Kalen Delaney blogged about Splitting a page into multiple pages, showing how page splits occur inside of SQL Server. Following her
There are 7 Session level options that can be configured in Extended Events that affect the way an Event Session operates. These options can impact
In the spirit of today’s holiday, a couple of people have been posting SQL related renditions of holiday songs. Tim Mitchell posted his 12 days
One of the actions inside of Extended Events is the package0.callstack and the only description provided by sys.dm_xe_objects for the object is 16-frame call stack.
While working on yesterday’s blog post The Future – fn_dblog() No More? Tracking Transaction Log Activity in Denali I did a quick Google search to
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