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A couple of questions and comments on the Ask.SQLServerCentral.com website have shown some misunderstanding about the use of SQL Server’s Transaction Log files. At about the same time, I was approached by Red Gate as part of their Friends programme … Continue reading →
As I discussed in an earlier post, I’ve been looking at backup & restore operations and the length of time they take to complete. It has, with further use, come to my attention that the final query presented doesn’t necessarily … Continue reading →
You want to get something out of your boss, but you don’t know how to get him to say “yes”. The trick is to provide a Business Case – something he can use to justify his decision to buy that … Continue reading →
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly event on the second Tuesday of each month; various SQL Server bloggers write about a specific topic, and *you* can join the party. This month’s topic was chosen by Allen Kinsel (blog|twitter), is “Disasters & … Continue reading →