I have a mirrored SQL Server 2012 database. The first server has a hugh tempdb write IO load when the maximum memory limit is set above 8192 mb. These 8192 where the original setting for both the ...
I recently moved my Temp database files onto a separate drive (I had two data files and one log file). However, after restarting the server, my second data file disappeared both from the file list on ...
To make it simple: According to MSDN (link) among other sources, you can get the amount of current free space in tempdb by using the following bit of TSQL: -- MSDN version SELECT ...
From what I have read, best practices for configuring tempdb includes creating multiple data files. The rule of thumb as I understand it is if you should create the same number of data files as you ...
For many reasons I only have 3 hard drives (RAIDed and in an Always-On AG) for all my database files: D: Data E: Logs F: Tempdb Should the tempdb log file go on F: with the data file(s) or on E:? ...
I have read many blogs here and there about how to configure tempdb data files but i didnt found any information regarding the tempdb log file. Here's the strategy that I'm presently using with my ...
I have a number of tables in tempdb named like #A0030B77 #A01D908C #A06D1FCB #A0F72FB0 #A1614404 #A1EB53E9 #A205D8FE #A255683D How (if) can I get spid of the process which created them? These ...