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Top 10 steps to optimize data access in SQL Server: Part V (Optimize database files and apply partitioning)

, 8 Nov 2009
As part of a series of articles on several data access optimization steps, this article focuses on organizing files/file-groups and applying partitioning in SQL Server databases.



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