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Accelerated database recovery (ADR) improves database availability, especially in the presence of long running transactions, by redesigning the database engine recovery process. ADR is new in SQL Server 2019. It is enabled by default in SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance and cannot be disabled.

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Updating rows in Azure SQL Server causing unexpected page splits

I'm getting a lot of page splits in a live environment using Azure SQL Server PAAS that I don't understand. The update that's occurring should not increase the size of the row and therefore never ...
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Estimate database growth caused by Accelerated Database Recovery

Accelerated Database Recovery (ADR) is on by default in Azure and an option in SQL Server 2019. It has some really interesting potential. I have experimented by turning ADR on in a static test ...
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SQL Server 2019 - sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats - version_record_count

On a server with SQL Server 2019 Standard Edition installed, none of our databases have the Accelerated Database Recovery enabled yet when I run the DMV - sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats, the column ...
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Accelerated Database Recovery SQL Server

I have ADR enabled on my production database running on SQL Server 2019. In the SQL Server logs , it shows the messages: [VersionCleaner][DbId:6][sweepOfSelectivePages]: Cleanup of sidelist aborted ...
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