This picture has never been more applicable to me than it was today. Here’s the story: One of my fellow DBAs was trying to configure DTC in an existing cluster and he was having some problems. In an effort to see where the problem lay, I added a DTC resource to the cluster. I then […]
Good morning SQL people. I am not at PASS this week (boo!), however I am going to Spain for vacation, so that’s some minor consolation. And fear not, I’m working hard to schedule some posts during my absence. You won’t even know I’m gone. Anyway, it’s been about 3 months since I posted my goals […]
To everyone traveling to Seattle for the PASS Summit this weekend, have a safe journey.
Partitioning is a feature that was first introduced in SQL Server 2005, though in theory it existed well before that in the form of partitioned views. I never had the pleasure of working with these partitioned views but reading about them makes me shudder. But it was in SQL 2005 that partitioning really came into […]