This was my 2nd time attending the annual conference and I barely got a chance to plan my schedule ahead of time. I pretty much selected the pre-con(s) the same day they were announced months prior, but not the general conference sessions until 2 days before my flight to Seattle, WA. I compiled this list… Continue reading My Schedule @ PASS Summit 2018
Here's my week's schedule - narrowed down with help of friends, for my 1st time at SQL PASS Summit 2017 in Seattle, WA. Here's the full conference schedule: http://www.pass.org/summit/2017/Sessions/Schedule.aspx My Schedule: Precon: Mon: Data Modeling with Power BI (603, Marco) Tues: Columnstore Indexes – Practical Solutions & Techniques (606, Niko) Conf: Wed: 1015am: Benchmarking & Testing In-Memory OLTP… Continue reading My Schedule @ PASS Summit 2017
Issue: (Failover had not occurred, commands executed without pause). Fixed. Key changes were RegisterAllProvidersIP=0, HostRecordTTL=300 (5 minutes instead of default 1200 (20 minutes)). If using .Net Framework 4.5+, recommend adding to client connection strings: MutiSubnet=True; Ref SqlClient support for HA and DR. Key steps were: Set RegisterAllProvidersIP=0 for the Cluster and LG. Set HostRecordTTL=300 (5 minutes instead of default… Continue reading SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn in Windows Server 2012R2 WFC – MultiSubnet Listener returns wrong IP address after a FlushDNS – Error Connection Timeout!
With this technique, you don't have to buy anything or spend time installing fancy stuff. Just write some commands, copy/paste and save as .bat or cmd. [Not discrediting any other implementation, just sharing my experience with a simple method]. When you end up running the batch I recommend doing it on the target server, not your workstation… Continue reading Batching SQL Scripts to Automate Deployments (with .bat/cmd)