Category Archives: SQL Server

What is azure sql database elastic pool split instance problem

Azure sql database elastic pool split instance problem is a very rare phenomena which could impact resource usage metrics of elastic pool. In this post I will cover how resource metrics are impacted, sample monitor, example of an impact. How … Continue reading

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T-SQL to find High availability configuration of all databases in MSSQL Server

 TSQL to find list of all databases in MSSQL Server with Always-ON and mirroring configuration. #mssql#tsql #AlwaysOn #Mirroring #FailoverMode #HighAvailability

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What are default Index Maintenance settings in Ola hallengren maintenance solution

Summary: When Fragmentation < 5%, No maintenance When Fragmentation >= 5% and Fragmentation < 30 %; index ReOrganize When Fragmentation >= 30%; index Rebuild (If Supported online or Offline) Note: This is the default and regular scenario. check reference for … Continue reading

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Address High CPU on SQL Server

Following are the guidelines to troubleshoot High CPU scenario in MSSQL Server and fix the problem. 1. Identify running SQL statements taking more CPU 2. Find sql_handle, using SQL handle find average execution time in ms, Number of executions, and … Continue reading

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Fastest way to fix MSSQL Database with Suspect mode

I had a situation where multiple databases (50+ Databases) changed to Suspect mode. Simple solution: (assume the DBs are in Server-A, Availability group and Server-B is configured as secondary server) * Fail over the availability group to Server-B * Resume … Continue reading

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How to operate multiple objects in SSMS (F7)

While working on a service restoration, we had to resume data movement on 100+ random databases. Generating TSQL is the best option but UI will be very quick and reliable. Biggest challenge with SSMS UI will be to perform the … Continue reading

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