Nov 042013
 

Two weeks ago I presented my session entitled “Squeezing Top Performance from Your Virtualized SQL Server” at the SQL PASS Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina. One comment that I made during my presentation that seemed to spark some debates is how I normally enable the ‘Lock Pages in Memory’ feature of SQL Server as part of my default build template unless a good reason exists not to do so. This recommendation contradicts other expert opinions from some of the people that I greatly respect and admire. I have continued to receive emails asking me to debate and weigh the pros and cons of this, and I’ll present my reasons why I enable it by default, as well as why or why not you should enable or ignore this setting in your environment.

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