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The blog post Who is connected when in Single User Mode on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Who is connected when in Single User Mode on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 5 star rating on the Troubleshoot Connectivity/Login failures (18456 State x) with SQL Server contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Difference between KILL and KILL WITH STATUSONLY – Estimate Rollback completion time on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Received a 3 star rating on the Wow... We have MAXDOP calculator for SQL Server... It makes my job easier... contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Contributed a new blog post User realm discovery failed from ADOMD to the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Video Tutorial on Managing Virtual Log Files (VLF) in SQL Server contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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The blog post Video Tutorial on Managing Virtual Log Files (VLF) in SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+500
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The blog post Troubleshoot Connectivity/Login failures (18456 State x) with SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the -MaxBCPThread parameter for Snapshot and Distribution Agent in SQL Server Replication contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 5 star rating on the Difference between KILL and KILL WITH STATUSONLY – Estimate Rollback completion time contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Max. Worker Threads and when you should change it contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Congratulations on being vital member of the Blogs community! Your commitment to excellent content will allow our community to learn and grow. You have earned a rare gold achievement!
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The blog post Troubleshooting SQL Server I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds - I/O stalls & Disk latency on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
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Congratulations on being vital member of the Blogs community! Your commitment to excellent content will allow our community to learn and grow. You have earned a silver achievement!
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The blog post Re-configure Replication after restoring publication database from Backup - Replication Scenario on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+250
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The blog post "Wait on the Database Engine recovery handle failed" while installing SQL Server 2008 on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Cool... Now we have a calculator for finding out a Max. Server Memory value on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+500
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The blog post T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance on the MSDN Blogs has become an interwebs sensation. Epic!
+100
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The blog post Troubleshooting slow running query using Extended Events Wait info event on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post Wow... We have MAXDOP calculator for SQL Server... It makes my job easier... on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+250
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The blog post Max. Worker Threads and when you should change it on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Thank you for voting a forums post as helpful for the first time. You have earned a bronze achievement.
+250
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The blog post Best Performer: Distributed query (Four-part) or OPENQUERY when executing linked server queries in SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+100
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+100
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The blog post Difference between KILL and KILL WITH STATUSONLY – Estimate Rollback completion time on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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+50
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The blog post AUTO_CLOSE and performance issue in a .NET application on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post "stop before startup" after "Using large pages for buffer pool" during SQL Server startup on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Restore database stuck at 90% waiting on PREEMPTIVE_OS_WRITEFILEGATHER on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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The blog post SQLSPIDAnalyzer.sql - My way of monitoring a particular request in SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post What is WRITELOG waittype and how to troubleshoot and fix this wait in SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post Error: 17127 "No memory for kernel buffer hash table" during startup along with FAIL_PAGE_ALLOCATION 262 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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The blog post Rule "Same architecture installation" failed while installing SQL Server 2008 R2 on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Error: "Could not retrieve backup settings for primary" in Log shipping Backup job on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post Importance of setting Max Server Memory in SQL Server and How to Set it on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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The blog post Query to find what modules are loaded inside SQL Server VAS (Virtual Address Space) on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
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Updated the biography information
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Received a 5 star rating on the Troubleshoot Connectivity/Login failures (18456 State x) with SQL Server contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post OPTIMIZE FOR UNKNOWN in SQL Server 2005 on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the Max. Worker Threads and when you should change it contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post INF:What happens to a database when transaction rollback fails? on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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+100
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The blog post Wow... We have MAXDOP calculator for SQL Server... It makes my job easier... on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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The blog post Large Network Packet Size and Memory Pressure in SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 3 star rating on the INF:What happens to a database when transaction rollback fails? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Max. Worker Threads and when you should change it on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
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Received a 3 star rating on the Troubleshooting slow running query using Extended Events Wait info event contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+50
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The blog post "Show Server Trace" Feature for SQL Server 2005 to analyze Stored Procedure and T-SQL Execution on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post How to define backup interval for Full, Differential, TLog on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Received a 4 star rating on the T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Troubleshooting slow running query using Extended Events Wait info event contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Received a 4 star rating on the Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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Commented on the blog post T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Re-configure Replication after restoring publication database from Backup - Replication Scenario on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post -MaxBCPThread parameter for Snapshot and Distribution Agent in SQL Server Replication on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Troubleshoot Connectivity/Login failures (18456 State x) with SQL Server contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
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The blog post Convert Page ID offset address to Page Number on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Thank you for marking your first answer in the forums. Now, keep on posting! You have earned a bronze achievement.
+5
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Received a 4 star rating on the INF:What happens to a database when transaction rollback fails? contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Cool... Now we have a calculator for finding out a Max. Server Memory value on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+100
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+250
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The blog post Troubleshooting SQL Server I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds - I/O stalls & Disk latency on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+10
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Received a 5 star rating on the Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+100
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The blog post Different Status of a SPID in SQL Server and What do they mean on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+50
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The blog post Service Broker "Fire and Forget Scenario" and Memory Allocation failure on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+5
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+50
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The blog post How to troubleshoot - "Incorrect syntax near - Source: MSSQLServer, Error number: 102)" errors in replication on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post "Failed to save Local Policy Database" while granting any privilege to SQL Service SID in Group Policy Editor on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Restore database stuck at 90% waiting on PREEMPTIVE_OS_WRITEFILEGATHER on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Importance of setting Max Server Memory in SQL Server and How to Set it on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!
+250
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The blog post T-SQL Query Script to monitor Memory Usage of a SQL Server Instance on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+50
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The blog post Difference between KILL and KILL WITH STATUSONLY – Estimate Rollback completion time on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post SQL Server 2012 Upgrade Technical Guide & Why Upgrade Whitepaper Released on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+250
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The blog post Troubleshoot Connectivity/Login failures (18456 State x) with SQL Server on the MSDN Blogs has possibly gone viral. This is full of win!
+50
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The blog post Wow... We have MAXDOP calculator for SQL Server... It makes my job easier... on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
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Commented on the blog post More on DMV changes in SQL 2008 R2 SP1 on the MSDN Blogs.
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Updated the biography information
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Received a 4 star rating on the Wow... We have MAXDOP calculator for SQL Server... It makes my job easier... contribution on the MSDN Blogs.
+50
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The blog post Cool... Now we have a calculator for finding out a Max. Server Memory value on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+50
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The blog post Troubleshooting slow running query using Extended Events Wait info event on the MSDN Blogs has achieved its 15 minutes of fame. Congratulations!
+100
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The blog post Troubleshooting SQL Server I/O requests taking longer than 15 seconds - I/O stalls & Disk latency on the MSDN Blogs has reached critical mass. Well done!