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on our sql 2005 server i noticed that windows indexing is enabled on all the drives - should this be enabled? - it sounds like something that would slow things down to me when you consider the amount of transactions going through the system!

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No, turn it off.
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It's generally not recommended to have the indexing service enabled on servers, unless you are running some application that requires it (but I can't think of one that would).  So I would recommend disabling it.
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cheers guys, always good to be able to check on here!

we seem to having quite high cpu usage since me moved to a new sql 2005 instance on server 2008

so if you have any other advice/tips let me know -

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interestingly enough...there is a bug in 2008 with lock escalation that could have potentially increase your CPU and memory usage.  

http://sqlblog.com/blogs/adam_machanic/archive/2009/10/30/sql-server-2008-lock-escalation-inserts-and-a-potential-bug.aspx
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our sql is 2005 os is 2008

but cheers anyhow!
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ah, gotcha.  In that case...who knows!  :)
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My guess is maybe you have a new 2008 service on that you didn't have on the 2003 server.
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