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Pages In sql Server

Is they **any rule for storing** data in pages? For example is there a rule like: "From 0-10 pages only that particular data should be stored."
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I would start with reading these blog posts by Paul Randal: 1. [Inside the Storage Engine: Anatomy of a page][1] 2. [Inside the Storage Engine: Anatomy of an extent][2] 3. [Inside the Storage Engine: IAM pages, IAM chains, and allocation units][3] 4. [Inside The Storage Engine: GAM, SGAM, PFS and other allocation maps][4] It should give you a better inside of how the storage engine works. [1]: http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/inside-the-storage-engine-anatomy-of-a-page/ [2]: http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/inside-the-storage-engine-anatomy-of-an-extent/ [3]: http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/inside-the-storage-engine-iam-pages-iam-chains-and-allocation-units/ [4]: http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/inside-the-storage-engine-gam-sgam-pfs-and-other-allocation-maps/
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