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sql server disk I/o question [closed]

I have a question on disks. How much I/O can a normal disk and a SAN disk can handle? I have heard about SAN disks should be able to handle upto 200-300 mb/sec, how much does a normal disk can handle ...
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Help with Cybernetics SAN Configuration

There are tons of articles out there recommending RAID/ LUN/ drive configurations for SQL Servers, but most leave me still questioning as they usually state "it depends" and for this reason I'd like ...
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Large table and poor performance - what to do next?

We have a Windows 2008 R2 / SQL Server 2008 R2 (Standard) server that is used to host a single database. The database itself mainly consists of a single large table containing both live and historical ...
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general memory requirements for sql server 2008 r2

I'm not experienced with DBA work, but I'm trying to make a case for requesting additional resources for our sql server and was hoping I could get some smart folks to provide a rough rough estimate of ...
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SQL Server not using available memory

SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition (64-bit) on Windows 2008R2 Enterprise Server has over 300 GB of memory but total memory use in control panel never goes over 86 GB Have SQL configured to use ...
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Why don't SQL Server queries use more than 7MB/sec of disk I/O

I have an SSD that, using IOmeter test, shows performance over 200MB/s. However when I run any SQL query from local machine the windows resource monitor never shows disk IO above 7MB/sec. This holds ...
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SQL Server recommended MAXDOP settings for NUMA

I have an OLTP SQL Database running on SQL 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition that may be fairly busy (5000 batches/sec) in next couple of months after going live production. Looking into server configuration ...
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Required hardware to build a development environment in Sql Server

We have a bunch of applications that depends on about 10 different databases servers (all sql server) in our network. We are looking to build a development environment where we could have a mirror of ...
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What are the most compelling reasons to upgrade from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2012?

We currently have 2 SQL Server 2005 Enterprise machines in a mirrored environment running on Dell R815 servers. These machines consist of: Four AMD Opteron 6176 Processors (12 cores at 2.3Ghz), for ...