Tag: database-recovery

PostData Types and How They Affect HA/DR

I previously wrote about Data Types and How They Affect Database Performance which was a way to get database developers to think about the small things that affect overall performance. As a high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) professional myself, I like to think of how data types affect database availability and recoverability. The fact […]

PostHow To Identify Potential Data Loss When DBCC CHECKDB Reports Corruption – The Simple Way

A few days ago, one of my customers reached out to me on Yahoo Messenger (yes, it still exists) and asked how to identify what the potential data loss is when DBCC CHECKDB reports corruption of a SQL Server database. My common response is the usual “it depends” in that there are cases when DBCC CHECKDB may recommend using […]

PostHelpful Techniques on SQL Server Database Recovery

This video is a compilation of different database recovery techniques that SQL Server DBAs should be familiar and comfortable with. We will look at recovering a database to a specific point in time, isolating critical objects or using table partitioning as an HA/DR option (more commonly called online piecemeal restore) and performing page-level restores. I […]

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