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SQL Server with Mr. Denny: We are currently running on an EMC SAN. Did I hear you correctly, we should have databases, backups, temp, and logs on the same LUN? Thanks.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Happy New Year
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Cloud and the law
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you are going to provide SQL Server support, you should probably know what you are doing.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Ever have this conversation?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: I will be giving some goodies away at my #sqlsat62 precon.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Lets get session state out of the database, and into memory where it belongs.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Donuts, Coffee, Lunch and an MVP for $99.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: What are your opinions on using an iSCSI NAS for SQL Server storage?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: How much cache to allocate for servers that host 500gb databases?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: My slide decks from #sqlsat62 in Tampa.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: The SQL Rally (#sqlrally) voting as started, and I've got a session up for vote this week.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Your job is to make the systems run at their top performance.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Book release must be getting close, sample pages now available on Amazon.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: OK everyone, it's SQL Rally voting time
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: When the demo's don't work the men and woman are seperated from the boys and girls.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Don't worry Florida, I'll be back soon...
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: East coast MVPs, we need your help at the west coast SQL Saturday's.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: My SoCal Code Camp slide decks
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Save 50% on my book "Securing SQL Server" Feb 1, 2011 only.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: My MCM Knowledge Exam Test Experience
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: As a birthday present to me, Amazon has started shipping "Securing SQL Server".
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you aren't doing backups, you aren't doing your job.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Service Broker isn't going anywhere.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: In honor of my receiving my MCM, Amazon has started selling "Securing SQL Server" on the Kindle.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: My MCM Lab experience.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: For the love of god people, quit screwing around with the base permissions within SQL Server.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you see your replication log reader slow down for no reason, here's some stuff to look at.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: ANSI Settings can have all the difference in the world.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: I'm having a sale on SQL Saturday slide decks, two for the price of one.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you have a SAN RAID 5 LUN for your data and a SAN RAID 10 LUN for your logs, and say a local RAID 1 array for the C drive in the server itself, where do you usually install the SQL Server binaries to?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Join me and Marathon Technologies as I talk about Consolidation and Virtualization
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Thinking about attending the SSWUG vConference? Sign up now and save $30.00
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Excursions launched yesterday.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Free online classes "Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professions"
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Sign up for the LA to Phoenix Code Camp bus
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Expanding local storage with minimal downtime
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Why can't I just use RAID 10 for everything?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: DAS, NAS and SAN oh my.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: What is faster SAN or DAS (local disk), and most importantly why?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Join me Friday morning as I talk SQL Server and Clustering with Keith Combs
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Backup Compression and Backup Dedup are mortal enemies
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Microsoft has made the decision to unleash me on Tech Ed North America
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: MySpace's failures had next to if not nothing to do with the Microsoft stack or being in LA
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Answering forum questions can now get you cold hard Amazon Gift cards
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Can tempdb data and log put on on RAID 1 one physical disk, or keep it separate physical disk?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Slide decks for Desert Code Camp (#dcc11)
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Join me at "SQL in the City" presented by Red Gate Software
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Some job descriptions just have to be shared
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: So you've changed the text display settings, and SSMS still won't show more than 256 characters.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: For SQL, best practice is to have data on one array, logs on another array and tempdb on another array. how does this work in san world? SAN people don’t really give all these options when assigning storage for database server.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Is there a best practice to advise a storage admin how to set a SAN up best for SQL Server OLTP & OLAP? or is this entirely company dependent?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: We get many warnings in our SQL error log about I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds to complete. What do we do in such scenario?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If i have 3Par SAN, is there any specific recommendations, as it does its custom stripping across the drives. or any other specifics related to 3PAR?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Next week is EMC World, and I'm getting there a little differently than usual.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Enterprise environment are moving more and more towards service oriented functional groups. SAN as a service, database as a service, etc. So SAN guys are saying DBAs shouldn't worry about this, they use gigantic arrays with 100's of spindles, they guarantee performance, etc. What are your thoughts on this?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: EMC World 2011 Day 0
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: EMC World 2011 Day 1
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: EMC World Day 2 (2011)
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Let your opinion be heard for SQL PASS.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Getting rid of those annoying backup successful messages
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Should a VMs virtual disks all be on the same storage?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: On an EMC array is it possible to assign WRITE cache to wherever your transaction log files are?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Running on EMC Clarion CX4 - Windows reports disks are not aligned, SAN admin says that because of caching, the partition alignment from windows does not matter (and SAN is setup per "best practices". Is this true?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you have 12 disks to hold DB Data files and decide to use RAID10, would you create 1 RAID 10 group or 2 RAID 10 groups made of 6 disks each for best read/write performance?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: How to use the WITH MOVE when you don’t know the logical database file names.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Why do I do all this work for free?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Taking locks without doing SELECT WITH UPDLOCK
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Tech Ed Recap
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Auto Close, Contained Databases and DDoS
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: It's #sqlpass summit session announcement time
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Why you shouldn’t cheat on a job interview
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: How to find out to someone is cheating on a job interview
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: #SoCalCodeCamp Slide Decks
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Excursions Sessions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Lets learn about Virtualization at SQL Excursions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: High Availability and SQL Excursions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Excursions and Index Internals #sqlexcursions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Take a virtual motorcycle ride around Ketchikan, AK
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Server Consolidation at #SQLExcursions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: What does WITH (NOLOCK) actually mean
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: How HyperBac worked for me
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Transaction log growth best practices
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Database %d was shutdown due to error 9002 in routine 'HeapPageRef::Update'.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Resetting SSMS shortcut keys in SQL Server "Denali" CTP 3
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Updated SSMS Shortcut Key file
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Interview with our new whipping boy Adrian Bethune
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Want to try out Windows Azure for free for 30 days?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Any testing on the effect of Hiding NX/XD flag from guest with SQL Server on ESX?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: HA vs DR, what's it all mean
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Slide decks from Dallas Tech Fest Sessions
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQL Server won't start due to LUNs being unavailable
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: PASS is a coming, time to start thinking about your party plans
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Lookout Dallas, here I come...
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: The SQL peps are invading the NETDA meeting in Redmond next week
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Using SQL Server "Denali"? Want to be interviewed for an article?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Now is a good time to start planning your 2012 conference schedule.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Slide deck from NETDA User Group
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: My new storage blog on sqlmag.com
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: When working with SQL in a cluster, the account rights on both nodes of the cluster need to be the same