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VIEW). Changes made to a single procedure, which would drop all plans for that procedure from the cache (ALTER PROCEDURE). Changes to any indexes used by the execution plan. Updates on …
answered Mar 26 '13 by Remus Rusanu
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with bd as ( select count(*) as pages_in_memory, bd.allocation_unit_id from sys.dm_os_buffer_descriptors bd where bd.database_id = db_id() group by bd.allocation_unit_id) select p.obje …
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Your question can be basically rephrased as 'How does the query memory grant work?'. A good read on the subject is Understanding SQL server memory grant. Before a query is launched into execution it m …
answered May 19 '12 by Remus Rusanu