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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,JAN-97

Category: SYBASE SQL SERVER Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0070116628
ISBN13: 9780070116627

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This in-depth guide to extracting top performance from Sybase SQL Server II covers performance-tuning and database design issues making it a must for data architects, developers, and other computing professionals working with Sybase in a Client/Server environment. Sybase insider Charles B. Clifford reviews all of the subsystems, features, and utilities that make up the System 11 Server and examines how to use Sybase in all system phases-from product installation through deployment, administration, operations support, monitoring, and troubleshooting. An important case study of a data warehouse system using Sybase SQL Server is included. CD-ROM includes documentation for System II.

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Let an insider show you how to extract top performance from Sybase SQL Server, System11! Whether you're an expert or new to the product, here is the one source to consult on Sybase SQL Server 11 design, implementation, and performance tuning. More in-depth and practical than any other Sybase information source, it reveals 'the tricks of the masters' regarding all the interrelated subsystems, features, and utilities that make up this innovative product. You'll examine how System 11 differs from the 4.8, 4.9.1 and System 10 versions. And then you'll learn how to: Master data access and manipulation-a sore for application developers and database administrators alike; Fix serious (and all-too-common) performance problems with the production database; Troubleshooting your physical and logical database design to root out ongoing bugs; Boost transaction performance by understanding the complex transaction log and locking contentions; Get the most out of the tempdb database, stored procedures, and triggers; Administer physical storage through disk mirroring and other techniques; Make your SQL Server as secure as it can be.