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Its a well known fact that restarting SQL Server will reset the contents of most Dynamic Management Views (DMVs). What's less well known are the other ways these DMVs are reset. The other night I was preparing the indexing component...
Thanks to everyone who came out to the meeting last night. I was surprised at the turnout that we got last night just because it’s holiday season and it was such a nice evening that I thought for sure some would opt out of staying indoors after a long ...
While working with a client a couple weeks back, I was asked to determine the count of reports that were being executed under each folder off the root directory on the Reporting Services instance. Each of the folders off the root directory represented a department at the client. For the ...
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