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Announcing SQL Server 2016 SP2 Cumulative Update 12

By Brent Ozar on Feb 25, 2020 01:14 pm

Hundreds of thousands of years of humans roaming the earth.

Countless scientific discoveries. The wheel. The light bulb. Handerpants.

It’s all led up to this exact moment: SQL Server 2016 SP2 Cumulative Update 12. If, like me, you like SQL Server to keep running, then you’ll probably want to pay attention:

There’s also a new feature: the default system health Extended Events session can store way more data now, AND you can edit how much it holds!

Lots of good stuff in there. All of human evolution has been poised for this moment. Now is your time to shine: go get ’em.

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