Consider the following scenario:
You run an instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2017.
You try to recover an In-Memory database.
There is a large transaction with millions of In-Memory rows that is affected.
In this scenario, In-Memory redo might process all the rows without yielding, and you might receive a "non-yielding" error.
A fix for this problem is included in the following update for SQL Server:
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