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comment ISS 7 - how to know when user have shut down an app?
Thank You very much ! :)
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accepted PCIe SSD vs SSD vs SAS - which is best for Database?
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comment PCIe SSD vs SSD vs SAS - which is best for Database?
These are very useful hints, Chopper3. Thank You ! :)
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asked PCIe SSD vs SSD vs SAS - which is best for Database?
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asked HP DL380p Gen8 and PCIe SSD?
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comment Windows Server 2012 File name too long?
That's awful. After so many years Windows Server still having DOS inheritance issues. :|
May
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comment Windows Server 2012 File name too long?
the issue is that i need to move the files from the client computer to the server, but there is a few thousands of folders, and hundreds of subfolders, and the directory tree shall be preserved.
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asked Windows Server 2012 File name too long?
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comment MSSQL 2012 usage of the CPU cores?
Just to clarify : 2 x Xeon 2690 ( 16 cores ) will be better than 4 x Opteron 6380 ( 64 cores ) ?
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comment MSSQL 2012 usage of the CPU cores?
one more add - for the price of 2 x Xeon 2690 ( 2 x 8 cores = 16 cores ), we can buy 4 x Opteron 6380 ( 4 x 16 cores = 64 cores ). (We have CAL User licensing on the MSSQL, so the licensing per core is not issue here).
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comment MSSQL 2012 usage of the CPU cores?
hello Ryan Ries. i am a bit still dizzy, since the article is about the outdated Opterons, the current generation seems to be even cheaper and better in performance than the 62xx generation. And you are mentioning about Single threading which fills more oil into the mess. Is MSSQL actually executing each query in a single thread on a single core and wont be any benefit at all in multiply cores, since our current 8 cores is nonstop at 100% usage ?! ( generally the question ).