SQL SERVER 2005 Database Options

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SQL Server 2005 Database
We have a database in production that is 500GB, what are the pros and cons for setting the "Page Verify" option to "NONE" on the database for best performance?

How will "TORN_PAGE_DETECTION" and "CHECKSUM" affect performance?



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None will give you the best performance because no page verification is done. However if there is a corrupt page the database won’t find it until it tries to process the data within the page. The other values will do a set of checks which the pages are read looking to database corruption.

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  • Sibir1us
    It is definitely best to use CHECKSUM.
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