[Blog Update] SQLServerFAQ posts for September


September has been a content month for me both on the SQLServerFAQ blog on MSDN as well on this blog. Here is a round up of my posts on SQLServerFAQ for September:

I was intrigued by this when someone asked me what the Scan Count value meant w.r.t. SEEKs/SCANs:
SCAN COUNT meaning in SET STATISTICS IO output

I had worked on multiple issues for SQL Server 2005 regarding 511. Wanted to demonstrate how easy it is to troubleshoot this on SQL Server 2008 with XEvents:
Troubleshooting Error 511 using XEvents

Ran into a Compile Lock blocking issue because the Stored Procedure being used had an Open Symmetric Key command in it. Here is the post talking about the issue and how to workaround it:
Open Symmetric Key command prevents plan caching

I ended up doing a sequel for the Scan Count values w.r.t. Joins in the post below:
Scan Count meaning in SET STATISTICS IO output: Part 2

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