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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: April, 2017
Apr 26, 2017

This week, Erik talks about troubleshooting remote queries, his thoughts on SQL Server 2017, licensing, index rebuilds, index fragmentation, why you shouldn't restart SQL server every day, and much more!

Apr 19, 2017

This week, Brent, Tara, Richie, and Erik discuss SQL Server 2017 CTP 2, quorum configuration for a 4-node availability group, database sharding, premature optimization, parameter sniffing, tracking query plans within cursors, and what's coming up in the new version of Paste The Plan.

Apr 12, 2017

This week, Brent, Richie, and Erik discuss updating stats and rebuilding indexes, feature request for Paste the Plan, included columns' effect on DML, CLR store procedures, SQL command and SQL command query mode, ALTER TABLE statements, using a GUID as a primary key instead of an IDENTITY column, keeping SQL server settings across multiple servers in sync, and more.

Apr 5, 2017

This week, Erik, Tara, and Richie discuss altered tables and update statements, parameter sniffing issues, their issues with Azure, a resource for column store indexes, AlwaysON availability groups, killing sleeping connections, and fill factor value for indexes.

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