How to Improve Storage Emulator Performance

30 במאי 2012

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As we all know storage emulator does not excel in its performance. One step I found helpful was to switch the default SQL Express database to SQL server.

How to do that:

1. Click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Azure SDK.

2. Right-click Windows Azure SDK Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator.

3. In the Windows Azure SDK Command Prompt window, type the following command:

DSInit /sqlInstance:<SQLServerInstance>
 
Where <SQLServerInstance> is the name of the SQL Server instance.

You can also use the following command, which uses the default instance:

DSInit /sqlInstance:.

Enjoy

Manu

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  1. Uttam14 ביוני 2012 ב 15:06

    Here is Calsoft's expertise in developing and testing storage emulators..

    http://www.calsoftinc.com/Storage_Emulator.aspx

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