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If you didn’t get the chance to attend PASS this year, you could still watch the keynotes and a couple of sessions live from SQLPASSTV. Many announcements were made for the future release of SQL Server , and in particular: … Continue reading
Some time ago, I’ve been trying to figure out how to generate the DDL of objects from the T-SQL command line. Powershell allows us to do that, from the PS command-line, as well as SMO. But SMO is not usable … Continue reading
Basically, this post originates in a inspiring comment from James Hamilton a couple of years ago on SATA and write reliability. We all know that Enterprise-Class transactionnal database systems use concepts such as ARIES to enforce transactionnal consistency. SQL Server … Continue reading
When I started as a Sybase DBA more than a decade ago, there was no blog, no community, and very little documentation on how basically the storage engine worked. So I did what everybody was doing at that time: keeping … Continue reading
For starters and to create some content I will simply translate articles I’ve already written for the past 3 years in french. Actually I am no lazy writer, but this is quite difficult to find original subjects for articles, so … Continue reading