MSDN: Inside the SQL Server 2000 User Mode Scheduler

By Bill Graziano on 8 March 2004 | 0 Comments | Tags: Performance Tuning


Ken Henderson profiles the User Mode Scheduler (UMS) in SQL Server 2000 that requires developers to write code that runs efficiently, and yields often enough in the appropriate places. UMS provides more control and allows the server to scale better than it could with the Windows scheduler. Follow the link to MSDN: Inside the SQL Server 2000 User Mode Scheduler...

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