Category: SQL

Database Stats in AlwaysOn Secondary Replicas

I’ve been doing a lot of presenting lately on the new feature in SQL Server 2012—AlwaysOn Availability Groups, though most of by presentations are more configuration and infrastructure related, I am always interested in system performance. So one day, while getting ready for a presentation I read this in books online. Little did I know […]

In my earlier post “Adding a New Disk to a SQL Cluster Instance“, I needed to clarify something based on a comment. Any drive that gets added to your cluster that is not a mount point, as in occupies a physical drive letter, needs to be dependent on the SQL Server service.  I didn’t think […]

Upcoming Events

I have the good fortune to be presenting at upcoming events in Philadelphia, Boston, and Orlando. This weekend at SQL Saturday #69 I will be presenting the following: 10:00 AM Building your first SQL Cluster 12:30 PM (Along with Mark Kromer from Microsoft) Migrate SQL Server Apps to SQL Azure Cloud DB 3:45 PM Deploying […]