TempDB is part of MS SQL Server. It's a system database that functions as a storage area for temporary tables, internal objects and row versions.

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How to quantify TEMPDB usage in relation to other databases hosted on same hardware?

Working on a project to decide if configuration 1 or 2 is the best way to organise disks for my SAN: Config1 (sql 2008): 8 disks @ raid 10 data 2 disks @ raid 1 logs 2 disks @ raid 1 tempdb 2 disks ...
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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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Why does an AS cube rebuild use so much TempDB?

I have a 50GB SQL 2008 database (only 36 of that is data) with a 24GB Analysis Server cube that rebuilds nightly. The cube rebuilds have been using more and more of the TempDB on the SQL server each ...