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This chapter deals with the physical components of a SQL Server database system. Beginning with the server hardware, organizing the data storage and creating the physical files is where a lot of future performance will be determined. There are many options to consider for a production environment, and one thing is certain: The minimum installation requirements will not be sufficient. The computer hardware components are only the beginning of the physical elements. Although we tend to think of the physical realm as things that we can touch and feel, within a DBMS environment it also defines the components of the database itself.


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