I hope this script does not become infamous for the wrong reasons! Please use caution. I had to help a team recreate everything in a database and test their scripts but leave the roles and role grants in place. Basically, this meant that I could have scripted out the permissions and recreated the database but … Continue reading PowerShell: Drop All SQL Server Tables, Views, SP’s, Functions, Types etc.
There are native PowerShell cmdlets to export to CSV or text but I have not seen one that can easily export any SQL query output to a SQL Server table in bulk (Write-DbaDataTable function of dbatools does it for one table which I use in my solution below). I probably did not look too hard … Continue reading PowerShell: Export-QueryToSQLTable – Export All Of Glenn Berry’s DMV’s, sp_WhoIsActive, sp_Blitz & Any Of Your Own Queries To SQL Server Tables
If the SQL Server databases being manged are a few GB in size each, then having a single .mdf file for data is fine. However, if the size is anywhere in the hundreds of GB or more, then a single .mdf file is certainly not the way to go. Related to this, please checkout my … Continue reading SQL Server – Breakup A Monolithic Data File (Database) Into Multiple Small Files And Breakaway From Shrinking!
Last week, I wrote a post on how to relocate Oracle data files from one drive to another. Today, let us see how simple it is to do the same in SQL Server. I recently had to move 125 databases on an instance to a new and expanded volume mountpoint to allow for growth, which … Continue reading SQL Server: Move Database Files To Another Drive/Folder Like A Pro!