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SQL Server Pain Relief: Office Hours with Brent Ozar Unlimited®

SQL Server Pain Relief: Office Hours is like listening in while patients bring their SQL Server pains to the emergency room, and the doctors give their opinions. Join your host, performance tuning specialist Brent Ozar, and his highly-qualified SQL Server Medical Team as they give you an inside look into some of the best solutions to your server problems. Tune in to get the best tips for performance tuning, virtualization, disaster recovery and much more. When you’re ready to do your own surgery, grab our free First Responder Kit at www.BrentOzar.com.
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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 29, 2017

This week, Erik and Richie discuss truncating log files, reindexing, using sp_rename, query tuning, columnstore indexes, debugging parameter sniffing issues, query processing internals, and troubleshooting query performance issues.

Mar 22, 2017

This week, Tara, Erik, and Richie discuss statistics updates, in-place upgrades, row vs page compression, deadlocks, replacing SQL backup vendors, server load, ETL, and whether they think that database mail should be used by user applications to send their emails.

Mar 15, 2017

This week, Brent, Richie, and Erik discuss the requirements for getting a Senior DBA or Database Architect job, data migration, encryption, fragmentation, differences between SQL server 2016 and 2014, update stat strategies for large tables vs small ones, and more!

Mar 8, 2017

This week, Erik and Richie discuss creating/updating statistics, tools for viewing large flat file tables, the worst code they have ever seen, high disc queue length, dealing with databases that store blobs, reindexing jobs, transparent data encryption, and more.

Mar 1, 2017

This week, Brent and Tara discuss AlwaysOn failure scenarios, partitioning without consulting vendors, multi-subnet clustering with AGs, licensing, long running queries, replication, improving index maintenance, avoiding deadlocks, index space usage, and much more.

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