What is SQL Server 2000 Workload Governor?

 Posted by ArticlesMaint on 9/18/2009 | Category: Sql Server Interview questions | Views: 3701

Workload governor limits the performance of SQL SERVER Desktop engine (MSDE) if the SQL engine receives more load than what is meant for MSDE. MSDE was always meant for trial purpose and non-critical projects. Microsoft always wanted companies to buy their full blow version of SQL SERVER, so in order that they can put limitation on MSDE performance and number of connections, they introduced Workload governor.

Workload governor sits between the client and the database engine and counts the number of connections per database instance. If Workload governor finds that the number of connections exceeds eight connections, it starts stalling the connections and slowing down the database engine.

Note: - It does not limit the number of connections but makes the connection request go slow. By default 32,767 connections are allowed both for SQL SERVER and MSDE. But it just makes the database engine go slow above eight connections.

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