adjusting parameters, MAXIMUM_STATE for clustering and sequence cluster analysis.

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-15
SQL Server Gurus,

I need to adjust parameters during my Data Mining test in SS 2005, the parameter's name is MAXIMUM_STATE for clustering and sequence cluster analysis. Any suggestion and comments are greatly appreciated.

Thanks a lot!
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    I would check out the following sites for SQL Server analysis. In large part the performance of the SQL Server will be viewed best by direct analysis of each server. Problems can then be traced backwards or upwards as you like to the Cluster if necessary.

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