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The concurrency model is, perhaps, the least understood part of SQL Server internals. It can often be confusing; you can encounter hard-to-explain blocking issues in almost every SQL Server installation. Internally, however, the SQL Server concurrency model is based on several well-defined principles, which we are going to discuss in this part of the book.
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