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  • MIRRORING THROTTLES BACKLOG

    For some reason, the title of this blog post makes me grin because it evokes a mental image of one guy trying to comically strangle another guy.  But I digress…   Speaking at a user group meeting recently, an attendee asked whether the mirroring process had any capability to speed up or slow down its workload according to the amount of ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on May 2, 2008
  • Kevin's Webcast Tomorrow (4/24/07)

    Join me tomorrow for a webcast on SQL Server backup and recovery. Here are the details:  Tuesday, April 24, 2007 2pm Time Zone:Eastern Time (US & Canada)         Seminar Name: LiteSpeed/ SQL Server 2005 Presenter: Kevin Kline/Andrea Schneider  Are you looking for a solution that can help ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on April 23, 2007
  • New Windows Live Search Macro for SQL Server

    If you're a fan of the MSDN on-line search tool for the SQL Server 2005 Books On-Line (BOL), you might want to try a new tool.  The new search tool is available at http://search.live.com/macros/sql_server_user_education/booksonline and offers more precise and targeted search results than MSDN.You can investigate creating your own Windows ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on April 3, 2007
  • Webcasts on-line

    As I've been traveling around speaking at various SQL Server user groups, I get requests for my slide decks.  Of course, I'm happy to share those, but I've got one better for you.  As it turns out, you can find five of my most recent webcasts here.  These are recorded webcasts that you can listen to any time.  I believe that ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on February 8, 2007
  • Consuming Data from the PerfMon Counters

    SQL Server MVP Kent Tegels recently raise an interesting question. SQL Server publishes a number of performance counters. In the code he's written that publishes performance counter data, he's had to explictly code the counter updates within his code regardless of knowing if any processes were consuming those ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on December 15, 2006
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