Type: Advanced Option
When any database object is accessed by SQL Server, the access check is cached in an internal structure named
access check result cache. The
access check cache bucket count option controls the number of entries and number of hash buckets used for
access check result cache.
Possible performance gains can be made by changing these options (in rare circumstances). In general, you should leave this one alone.
The following is an example of this option:
exec sp_configure 'access check cache bucket count', 0goRECONFIGUREGo