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Database Corruption Part 5 :: Dealing with Log File Corruption
Hi Friends, I am back again after a long time. Last month was the end of yet another financial year, and all of us were very busy with the processes involved with each year-end. Now that all those are completed, I could find some time for my next blog post on database corruption. Here, I will be targeting...
11 Jul 2009
Database Corruption Part 4 :: Recovering from a failed disk
It was a nice day a few days back - nice sunny day, with moderate temperatures. I got up early and after spending some time reading my favorite articles, made my way to office. In office, I realized I hadn't much work lying ahead; so sat down wondering how to account for my day. Suddenly the phone on...
18 May 2009
Database Corruption Part 3 :: Differences between CHECKTABLE and CHECKDB
In this post, we would have a look at the differences between DBCC CHECKTABLE and DBCC CHECKDB. We would not go deep into how each works – that has already been very beautifully documented by the SQL Server Storage Engine Team in their blog posts; we would rather have a quick look at the differences...
14 May 2009
Database Corruption Part 2 :: How to attach a database using the Create-Replace method
Ok, so, as promised, here’s my next post on Database Corruption. In this post, we will have a look at how to attach a database that you have detached and can now no longer attach back to SQL Server. This may happen if the database was already corrupt before it was detached; or if the database files have...
12 May 2009
Database Corruption Part 1 :: Introduction to Database Corruption in SQL Server
Hello Everybody, I think you will all agree with me that database corruption is one of the nightmares in the life of a DBA. We store precious data in databases and each day the dataset grows bigger and bigger. A database corruption issue not only puts the data at risk, it also threatens to take a toll...
8 Apr 2009
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