SQL Server trace flags

Changing normal SQL Server's behavior


Microsoft defines the trace flags as:

Trace flags are used to temporarily set specific server characteristics or to switch off a particular behavior.

The purpose of trace flags is to change a SQL Server default behavior. The context they apply to can be global, session or query and it depends . . .

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March 03, 2017

SQL Server vs PostgreSQL: fighting for resources in the same server


Notice: This is not the typical performance’s comparative between SQL Server and PostgreSQL. I only test their performance’s affectation when they run in the same server, that I would never do.

We were asked: “Is it possible to run SQL Server and a PostgreSQL in the same server?”

Obviously, . . .

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April 20, 2016


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