In case of multiple updates of the same record in a single transaction, how many versions are being stored?
According to MSDN article by Kimberly L. Tripp, Neal Graves's "SQL Server 2005 Row Versioning-Based Transaction Isolation "... All the earlier versions of a particular record are chained in a linked ...
Trying to better understand row-versioning based transaction isolations in SQL Server... According to Kimberly L. Tripp, Neal Graves's "SQL Server 2005 Row Versioning-Based Transaction Isolation": ...
Trying to better understand row-versioning based transaction isolations - RCSI (Read Committed Snapshot Isolation and SNAPSHOT) - in SQL Server... MSDN online article "Choosing Row Versioning-based ...
MSDN online article "Choosing Row Versioning-based Isolation Levels" states: "tempdb must have enough disk space for the version store. If there are very long-running transactions, all the ...
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 ...
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 ...