And to alleviate the problem temporarily we needed to bounce the instance and clear up the temp database files. But luckily there is a patch. More information provided in this article. We also needed to disable the Read Committed Snapshot Isolation Level in order to keep the growth under control…. Read more »
We have been experiencing an issue with a clustered node where instances will run extremely slow and the only process eating CPU resources is “NT Kernel & System”. We have upgraded drivers and even wiped out and reinstalled Windows and SQL Server (both 2008 R2) and the issue reappears. In… Read more »
As we continued with the execution of our migration plans from SQL Server 2005 to 2008 R2 X64, we found challenges than needed to be resolved pretty quickly. The latest issue we encountered was the Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 provider in SQL Server 2008 R2 X64. With that same provider, we were able… Read more »
This blog entry is participating in the T-SQL Tuesday #16 for the month of February, hosted by Jes Schultz Borland (Blog|Twitter). Back in 2001 I was involved in a project migrating an e-commerce site to a new platform. We were mapping and moving data from an Oracle 8.1.5 to an… Read more »
Better hardware and the latest SQL Server release does not always mean that things will run faster.