I’ve been trying to find out if the same CPU limitations database mirroring has apply to Availability Groups. My guess is that the same limitations exists, given that Availability Groups was built on the same technology as Mirroring, so the following would still apply.
- Principal server: 1 global thread and 2 threads per each of the mirrored databases.
- Mirror server: – 64 bit architectures: 1 global thread, 2 threads per mirrored databases and one additional thread for each mirrored database for every 4 processor cores.
Is this correct? Thank you!