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Average Seek Time for SQL Server I/O operations

  • Oct 27 / 2008
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dbDigger, SQL Server IO, Storage

Average Seek Time for SQL Server I/O operations

Average seek time is the time that head of a disk takes on average to seek between random tracks on disk. It is important to consider that in an SQL Server environment due to simultaneous multiple I/O requests of different types the disk performs a lot of random I/O.

Rotational latency and seek time

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