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SQL SERVER – What is Wait Type Parallel Backup Queue?

Publié le 10 juillet 2019 sur journey to sqlauthority
 

Recently one of my blog readers contacted me and ask if I knew about wait type parallel_backup_queue. I have often got the same question during the Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. My search on the internet was not giving me a lot of de …

SQL Server Reporting Services: What I wish I knew when I started?

Publié le 10 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

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Simple Steps in SQL Change Automation Scripting

Publié le 10 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

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Using Implicit Transactions? You *Really* Need RCSI.

Publié le 9 juillet 2019 sur brentozar.com
 

Implicit transactions are a hell of a bad idea in SQL Server: they require you to micromanage your transactions, staying on top of every single thing in code. If you miss just one little DELETE/UPDATE/INSERT operation and don’t commit it quickly …

SQL SERVER – Performance Monitoring Tool – SQLGrease

Publié le 9 juillet 2019 sur journey to sqlauthority
 

Today’s blog post is the part of the my the Performance Monitoring tools series which I had written earlier. Today, we are going to see another SQL Server Performance Monitoring Tool – SQLGrease in the same spirit as I have evolved others.M …

The Dangers When Changing Database File Names

Publié le 9 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

Recently a friend had an issue with their SQL Server as a result of a file change in their SQL Server database. In this short piece, I want to highlight the dangers of making some changes to an online database that might cause an unexpected outage. Thi …

Refactoring Databases with SQL Prompt

Publié le 9 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

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The Demise of the DBA

Publié le 9 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

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SQL Server 2008 and R2 Support Ends Tomorrow. Let’s Talk About That.

Publié le 8 juillet 2019 sur brentozar.com
 

Yes, literally, extended support ends tomorrow. Take this 2-question poll about the oldest and newest versions you’re running Read the poll results Register for my DBA Fundamentals webcast tomorrow about 2008, and we’ll talk about the poll …

SQL SERVER – Fix: Logical Name Mismatch Between Catalog Views sys.master_files and sys.database_files

Publié le 8 juillet 2019 sur journey to sqlauthority
 

Recently I was trying to demonstrate how to move the files in Always On setup to one of my existing clients during Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check and learned something interesting. In this blog, I am going to share my learning about th …

COLUMNS_UPDATED() and Triggers

Publié le 8 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

Update triggers in SQL Server frequently involve tests to determine which columns were updated. In this article we’ll walk through my own exploration of using the built-in COLUMNS_UPDATED() function. I was curious to see how it compared with other, per …

Download your free copy of the 2019 State of SQL Server Monitoring Report

Publié le 8 juillet 2019 sur sqlservercentral.com
 

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What is Source_Database_ID in Sys.Databases?- Interview Question of the Week #232

Publié le 7 juillet 2019 sur journey to sqlauthority
 

Question: What is Source_Database_ID in Sys.Databases and why it is mostly NULL?Answer: Indeed a very interesting question asked to me by attendees of SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop – Recorded Classes.Let us understand the quest …

SQL SERVER – Huge Space Used by Table sysxmitqueue in MSDB. How to Clear it Quickly?

Publié le 6 juillet 2019 sur journey to sqlauthority
 

Recently I was helping a customer who hired me for my services. He had an issue where they noticed that the size of the MSDB database has grown huge. Most of the situations I have been contacted when LDF (transaction log file) for the database is huge. …

Reporting Services Basics: Understanding Data Sources and Datasets

Publié le 5 juillet 2019 sur simple-talk.com
 

The series so far: Reporting Services Basics: Overview and Installation Reporting Services Basics: Creating Your First Report Reporting Services Basics: Data Sources and Datasets If you’ve been following along with this series, you have learned a …


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