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Optimize for adhoc workloads

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Hello,

Optimize for adhoc workloads is a new feature for SQL SERVER 2008.
What is the same option for SQL SERVER 2005?

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bibi
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if by => "Optimize for adhoc workloads is a new feature for SQL SERVER 2008"
you mean the RESOURCE GORVANOR then no you dont.

but bear in mind that the resource gorvanor dosent realy optimize ADHOC but only distributes the resources on the system between pools and groups to minimize the efect of Heavy ADHOC.
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Thanks bibi
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