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SQL Server 2005 templog.ldf hits max size [duplicate]

I have a SQL Server 2005 database, Win2008 R2 server. The max file size limit on the temp db has been 6GB for years, without issues. We heavily customize our database with custom code monthly. ...
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How to identify the creator of the temporary table in SQL Server 2005 [duplicate]

On my server many users performing complex queries using tempdb. Sometimes a failed specifying boundary values ​​obtained are very large tables. So I want to know who created this temporary table. ...
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Find which session is holding which temporary table

We have a SQL Server 2005 database the temp database has become full. By going into SQL Server Management Studio I can see all the temporary tables in the tempdb. Is it possible to tell which session ...
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TempDB on Solid State Drives on SQL Server Cluster

Can solid state drives be used for the TempDB on a SQL Server failover cluster if they are local drive on both machines? It is supported in 2012 but our cluster is a SQL 2005. The application that it ...
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Simple update query balloons tempdb

I am trying to do a bulk update of a column from a csv file, however when I do the actual update operation my tempdb balloons to over 20 GB in size (overtaking the entire size of the SSD the tempdb is ...
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TempDB Version Store cleanup

From what I can find the version store will only clean up versions that are older than the oldest active transaction. Question: Is the oldest transaction database specific or will SQL Server keep all ...
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TempDB MDF file huge after update script ran

On the weekend we had a huge deployment run that affected a large chunk of our system. It was all run in one massive transaction (probably the wrong thing to do). As a result our TempDB DatabaseFile ...
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Objects in Tempdb that are not associated with a session

I have a SQL Server 2005 instance where my tempdb i apparently holding on to objects that are not in use anymore. The database has 24gb total and is apparently unable to go below 8gb in use. For ...
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Find transactions that are filling up the version store

we have enabled the "READ_COMMITTED_SNAPSHOT" for some of our SQL Server 2005 databases. Now from time to time we see that our TempDB is filling up the harddisk and we suspect the version store to be ...
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Size of TempDB Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Are there drawbacks to having a large tempdb in a SQL Server database? Assuming the disk is not full. I am creating large temporary tables in a couple of queries. Once I am finished running queries, ...
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Is it normal for tempdb TPS to be higher than all other databases combined?

I'm investigating some performance issues on a production DB here, and I've noticed a slightly odd thing that I'm not sure is weird or not. If I run a quick Performance Monitor trace for the ...
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SQL Server TempDB behaviour in large memory environment

Reading over In-memory SQL Server log file reminded me of a question I had a short while ago. We have a SQL Server that has 512GB of RAM, the main database is (only) 450GB. We see quite a lot of ...
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Creating new TempDB files

I would like advice on what would be the best setup for our SQL Server 2005 TempDB. At the moment our Temp DB consists of a single MDF file of 3 GB and a single log file of 120 MB on the D: drive of ...
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823 errors on tempdb

Have a couple Fiber channel SAN-attached cluster servers which have been intermittently reporting errors like: 2012-05-09 16:31:54.13 spid74 Error: 823, Severity: 24, State: 2. 2012-05-09 ...
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sys.syshobtcolumns Help

Does anyone have a good link to documentation regarding how the syshobtcolumns and syshobt system tables are populated. The reason for asking is that we are receiving pagelatch_sh and pageliolatch_ex ...
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SQL Server 2005 tempdb Time out occurred while waiting for buffer latch type 4 (pagenum)

Three separate processes have failed in the last two days with very similar errors: Time-out occurred while waiting for buffer latch type 4 for page (1:1189832), database ID 2. Time-out occurred ...