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  • Blog Post: Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnpag/html/scalenet.asp?frame=true Download from - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=8A2E454D-F30E-4E72-B531-75384A0F1C47&displaylang=en
  • Blog Post: Using GC Efficiently - Maoni Stephens

    Using GC Efficiently – Part 1 Using GC Efficiently – Part 2 Using GC Efficiently – Part 3 Using GC Efficiently – Part 4
  • Blog Post: Garbage Collection by Jeffrey Richter

    Garbage Collection: Automatic Memory Management in the Microsoft .NET Framework Garbage Collection—Part 2: Automatic Memory Management in the Microsoft .NET Framework
  • Blog Post: Wonders of Whidbey GAC

    The Wonders of the Whidbey GAC -- Part I: Processor Architecture The Wonders of the Whidbey GAC -- Part II: Interop with the Everett GAC The Wonders of the Whidbey GAC -- Part III: Binding Order Among the v1.x, v2.0 MSIL and v2.0 Bitness GACs The Wonders of the Whidbey GAC -- Part IV: Shipping...
  • Blog Post: Data Structures using C# 2.0

    An Extensive Examination of Data Structures Using C# 2.0 Part 1: An Introduction to Data Structures An Extensive Examination of Data Structures Using C# 2.0 Part 2: The Queue, Stack, and Hashtable An Extensive Examination of Data Structures Using C# 2.0 Part 3: Binary Trees and BSTs An Extensive...
  • Blog Post: Server Performance Advisor V1.0

    Service Performance Advisor is a server performance diagnostic tool developed to diagnose root causes of performance problems in a Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 operating system, particularly performance problems for Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 and the Active Directory® directory service...
  • Blog Post: Tips for Using Performance Monitor

    Tips for Using Performance Monitor CPU Counters
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Performance - Common Symptoms and Tools

    Good articles - SQL Server Performance - Common Symptoms and Tools (Part I) SQL Server Performance - Common Symptoms and Tools
  • Blog Post: Send to OneNote from Outlook PowerToy

    OneNote 2003 SP1 Add-in: Send to OneNote from Outlook PowerToy Use the Send to OneNote from Outlook PowerToy to send e-mail messages to a Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) page from Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 with the click of a button.
  • Blog Post: Support Tools Available For Stress Testing and Performance Analysis

    Read80Trace is a command line utility for processing trace files generated by SQL Server 2000. As output, it generates RML files and/or a database populated with normalized data that can be useful for analyzing the performance of the system. Read80Trace requires that the destination database also run...
  • Blog Post: PSSDIAG Data Collection Utility

    PSSDIAG Data Collection Utility PSSDIAG is a general purpose diagnostic collection utility that Microsoft Product Support Services uses to collect various logs and data files. PSSDIAG can natively collect Performance Monitor logs, SQL Profiler traces, SQL Server blocking script output, Windows Event...
  • Blog Post: Statistics Used by the Query Optimizer in Microsoft SQL Server 2000

    Statistics Used by the Query Optimizer in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Describes what data is collected, where it is stored, and which commands create, update, and delete statistics about indexes and column data stored in the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 database. These statistics are used by the SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server White Papers

    SQL Server White Papers Some general White Papers published on Microsoft Support
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Architecture

    SQL Server Architecture Learn how to get your SQL Server solution off to a good start with proper architecture and design.
  • Blog Post: Using DBCC MEMORYSTATUS to Monitor SQL Server Memory Usage

    INF: Using DBCC MEMORYSTATUS to Monitor SQL Server Memory Usage The DBCC MEMORYSTATUS command provides a snapshot of the current memory status of SQL Server. The output from this command is useful in troubleshooting issues that relate to the memory consumption of SQL Server or to specific out-of-memory...
  • Blog Post: Trace and Replay Objects: API for SQL Server Tracing and Replay

    Trace and Replay Objects: A New API for SQL Server Tracing and Replay This paper introduces Trace and Replay objects, a new feature in Microsoft SQL Server 2005. Trace and Replay objects is a new managed API for tracing, trace manipulation, and trace replay.
  • Blog Post: OpenSQLTrace: Automated Trace Processing and Analysis System

    OpenSQLTrace: Automated Trace Processing and Analysis System A system that they built to fully automate recurring execution of traces and generation of reports.
  • Blog Post: Trace-scrubbing Tools

    Trace-scrubbing Tools Andrew Zanevsky shares his trace-scrubbing procedures that make it easy for you to handle large trace files and aggregate transactions by type–even when captured T-SQL code has variations.
  • Blog Post: Monitor SQL Server 2000 Traces

    INF: How to Monitor SQL Server 2000 Traces This article describes how to create and use a stored procedure called trace to get information on trace status, events, columns, and filters for one or all traces. You can use trace to start, stop, and delete one or all traces.
  • Blog Post: How to use the SQLIOStress utility to stress a disk subsystem

    How to use the SQLIOStress utility to stress a disk subsystem such as SQL Server This article outlines the SQLIOStress utility. You can use this utility to perform stress tests on disk subsystems to simulate Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 read, write, checkpoint, backup, sort...
  • Blog Post: Resolving blocking problems caused by lock escalation

    Resolving blocking problems that are caused by lock escalation in SQL Server Lock escalation is the process of converting many fine-grained locks (such as row or page locks) into table locks. Microsoft SQL Server dynamically determines when to perform lock escalation. When making this decision, SQL...
  • Blog Post: Understanding and Resolving SQL Server Blocking Problems

    INF: Understanding and Resolving SQL Server 7.0 or 2000 Blocking Problems Microsoft SQL Server is a transaction-oriented relational database management system (RDBMS) that is often used in highly concurrent environments with many simultaneous users. It maintains transactional integrity and database...
  • Blog Post: The waittype and lastwaittype fields in the sysprocesses table

    The waittype and lastwaittype fields in the sysprocesses table The sysprocesses table in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 is a system table that contains information about the active server process IDs (SPIDs) that are running on SQL Server. The waittype column, the lastwaittype column, the waittime column...
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