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NUMA refers to "Non-Uniform Memory Access", and is a technology for providing RAM that can be accessed faster by the local core or CPU than it can be by other cores present in the computer.

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Low PLE on NUMA node 000, high on 001

I'm looking at PLE (Page Life Expectancy) across NUMA nodes on our SQL Servers, and came across a rather weird distribution. NUMA node 000 has a very low PLE compared to 001. I'm unsure why this is. I'...