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As so often happens, I had an issue at work today that turned into (I think) a great blog/video idea. Let's start with a simple scenario: We have two tables, each 2 columns wide, each with a 2 column composite key - meaning that (col1, col2) make up the ...
OK so the last time I handed out a SQL Bacon Nugget of Excellence Award was July 8th for @SQLAgentMan ’s article on Determining Free Space, Consumed Space, and Total Space Allocated for Microsoft SQL Server Databases and this time around @SQLGal has put something together that can only be ...
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The second type of corruption I want to look at is that of missing references in sys.sql_dependencies. This typically appears on SQL 2005 in a database upgraded from SQL 2000. On SQL 2000 it was possible to make direct updates to the system tables, and, in my opinion, if ...
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