We usually think of SQL Server’s memory being used for caching data pages and for caching execution plans, but there’s a very important third consumer: query workspace memory grants. Queries need memory in order to sort stuff, join tables together, and even parallelize operations. In this module, we’ll show what happens when queries can’t even…

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