Lost I guess. I had to put my blog on the back burner while I focus on life and work. I hope to come back
We can kill a session by using KILL command. However, KILL command requires a positive number; executing KILL with negative number returns an error: Msg
Microsoft released an update to CU6 (link) for SQL Server 2014 SP1; this update was to address an issue where even having NOLOCK hint in
Dissecting #SQLServer Execution Plan by @GFritchey.
SQL Server 2016 release date is June 1st; to help get the moment started, Edmonton SQL Pass is holding a launch event on June 25,
Microsoft has documented wait types and latches in a minimum fashion on books online; often there are wait types that are just not documented. Paul