A wait type which determines that the execution of a batch, stored procedure, or transaction is blocked until a specified time or time interval is reached, or a specified statement modifies or returns at least one row.
The authentication mode where SQL Server uses Windows facilities to determine who the connecting user is. The user or application does not need to supply a user id and password to access SQL Server because they have already logged in to Windows. See . The other authentication mode used is SQL Server authentication. For additional details, see .
When a process references a page that is not part of its working set, a page fault occurs. The system page fault handler attempts to resolve the page fault and, if it succeeds, the page is added to the working set.
A process has an associated minimum working set size and maximum working set size. If not enough memory is available, memory requests from a new process may lead the Windows memory manager to attempt to accommodate the new allocation request by trimming the working set of other processes. Such a scenario may increase the frequency of page faults.
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