Monthly Archives: January 2014


SQL Server 2014 – Delayed Durability

Pop quiz: What does ACID stand for? That should be a pretty easy question for database professionals: Atomicity Consistency Isolation Durability It’s that last property, durability, that I want to talk about today. Durability guarantees that, when a transaction is committed, it stays committed. The changes made by that transaction are permanent, even in the […]

Delayed Durability log flush

SQLSaturday #241, Cleveland

Date: February 8, 2013 Title: SQL Audit – Auditing doesn’t have to be boring Abstract: Let’s face it, auditing isn’t fun. But if you’re a DBA, you need to know what’s going on in your SQL Server instance. Fortunately, SQL Audit makes it easy. In this session, we’ll cover what you can and can’t audit […]