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Category: Addison.Wesley.The.Gurus.Guide.To.SQL.Server

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[ Team LiB ] • Table of Contents • Examples Guru’s Guide to SQL Server Architecture and Internals, The By Ken Henderson Publisher : Addison Wesley Pub Date : October 24, 2003 ISBN : 0-201-70047-6 Pages : 1072 Copyright List of Exercises Foreword […]

[ Team LiB ] About the Author Ken Henderson is a husband and father who lives in Dallas, Texas. He is the author of seven previous books and a long-time software developer, consultant, and conference speaker. He is also an avid Mavericks fan and spends his spare time playing games with […]

[ Team LiB ] Introduction One day I started writing, not knowing that I had chained myself for life to a noble but merciless master. When God hands you a gift, he hands you a whip; and the whip is intended solely for self-flagellation. . . . I’m here alone […]

[ Team LiB ] Acknowledgments Every book I’ve written has literally had an entire army of people behind it that helped make it come to pass. This book is no exception. I will begin by thanking the many SQL Server MVPs and industry experts who reviewed this book and gave me […]

[ Team LiB ] Preface I grew up on a farm in America’s heartland. From the time I was eight years old until I left home for college, I lived in a small wood-frame house in rural Oklahoma with my parents and sisters. I experienced life as a bona fide country […]

[ Team LiB ] Historical Perspective It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since I was offered a job to work at Microsoft to support its new SQL Server Windows NT product. I never thought I would find myself or our product in the position we are […]

[ Team LiB ] Foreword When I first started programming computers, I wrote many programs before taking the time to understand the instruction set of the system I was developing on. I got most of these programs working, but debugging complex issues was a painstaking process. As the sophistication of the […]

[ Team LiB ] List of Exercises Exercise 3.1 Monitoring Process CPU Usage Exercise 3.2 Monitoring Thread Creation in SQL Server Exercise 3.3 Listing Modules and Processes within SQL Server Exercise 3.4 Exceptions in Extended Procedures Exercise 3.5 Displaying Thread Information Using a Debugger Exercise 3.6 Running SQL Server at Real-Time […]

[ Team LiB ] Part V: Essays [ Team LiB ]

[ Team LiB ] Part III: Data Services [ Team LiB ]

[ Team LiB ] Part II: Subsystems, Components, and Technologies [ Team LiB ]

[ Team LiB ] Part 1: Foundations [ Team LiB ]

[ Team LiB ] Part IV: Undocumented SQL Server [ Team LiB ]

[ Team LiB ] • Table of Contents • Examples Guru’s Guide to SQL Server Architecture and Internals, The By Ken Henderson Publisher : Addison Wesley Pub Date : October 24, 2003 ISBN : 0-201-70047-6 Pages : 1072 “I can pretty much guarantee that anyone who uses SQL […]

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