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A few weeks back I was asked how long a backup took for a specific database. I knew the info was in the msdb somewhere so I pieced together a bit of code and then thought to myself “hey, this might be a good thing to share with others at ...
Throughout all my years in different places, I have seen SQL, Oracle, Firebird, MySQL, DB2, Zortec, Access, and probably a few other crazy databases set up and run, and administered. Of course most of them along the way have been Microsoft SQL Server, (6.5, 7, 2000, 2005, 2008). I ...
I’m at a point now in the DMV book I’m doing with Louis Davidson for Red Gate that requires me to write about aspects with which I am not comfortable. I had a difficult time even wording that first sentence. This is because I am writing about aspects ...
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