Monthly Archives: May 2011

2011 Governor’s Public Service Achievement Award

In the world of scripting and automation I find it easy to get lost in technical requirements and code while forgetting the reason people automate tasks — improved accuracy and cost savings. Earlier this week my co-workers and I were … Continue reading

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Windows Disk Partition Alignment Best Practices

I was recently sent the following link that describes disk partition alignment best practices for SQL Server: This is a really good article — it describes the performance implication of mis-aligned drives — which apply to all Windows installs, … Continue reading

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