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Language: Enterprise
Expertise: Intermediate
Nov 30, 2000

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Be Sure To Clear SQL Server Cache When Performing Benchmark Tests


When tuning SQL Server applications, a certain degree of hands-on experimenting must occur. Index options, table design, and locking options are items that can be modified to increase performance. When running a test, be sure to have SQL Server start from the same state each time. The cache (sometimes referred to as the buffer) needs to be cleared out. This prevents the data and/or execution plans from being cached, thus corrupting the next test. To clear SQL Server
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