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Tag: troubleshooting

New Webinar on SQL Server and Vmware Performance

Microsoft MVP Kevin Kline and Charles Kim, founder of Viscosity North America talk about SQL Server running on Vmware in Ten Surprising Performance Killers on Microsoft SQL Server on this October 12th webinar.

SQL Server Optimizer Secrets With Trace Flag 86xx

SQL Server Optimizer Secrets With Trace Flag 86xx

Kevin Kline (@kekline) provides his slides and scripts from his new SQLBits session describing the deep internals exposed by the 86xx series of trace flags.

VMware Workstation : "Internal Error"

Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) provides a quick tip on troubleshooting a less than helpful error message from VMware Workstation.

Tim Radney : Network Load Testing Using iPerf

Tim Radney (@tradney) of SQLskills shows how to measure your network so you have more ammo to take to your network team when there is a performance issue.

Troubleshooting SQL Server Part 4: Correlating Wait Statistics Against Other Metrics

Kevin Kline (@kekline) continues his series on troubleshooting SQL Server; in this post, he shows how to correlate wait stats to other system metrics.

Troubleshooting SQL Server Part 3: Where are the Waits?

Kevin Kline (@kekline) marches on with another entry in his checklist series on troubleshooting SQL Server, this time focusing on wait statistics.

Troubleshooting SQL Server, Part 2 : Inside or outside? Error or Not?

Kevin Kline (@kekline) continues his checklist series on troubleshooting SQL Server, looking at locating the source of the problem and error conditions.

Troubleshooting SQL Server, Part 1 : Do You Use These Shortcuts?

Kevin Kline (@kekline) starts a new blog series, presenting a checklist of things you can do to help you better troubleshoot SQL Server.

SQL Server Monitoring – Getting it Right

Justin Randall (@jh_randall) talks about some of the core principles you should adhere to when building or considering tools for SQL Server monitoring.

I Didn't Know It Could Do That!

Justin Randall (@jh_randall) kicks off a blog series aimed at showing our customers things they might not know about SQL Sentry Performance Advisor and SQL Sentry Event Manager. First up: the "Jump To" menu.