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!
My Use-case: I am building a continuous integration tool using PowerShell for deploying scripts/database files (like .sql, .rdl, .xmla etc) to SQL Server/Oracle with all the bells and whistles (over a hundred PowerShell functions so far 🙂 ). It needed a file path resolution functionality that is somewhat flexible. I decided to share the file … Continue reading PowerShell: Resolve Partial File Paths To Full Paths
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Today a good friend of mine, Damu asked for a function that could copy files from a source to destination based on modified date criteria. Although it could be easily accomplished in the command-line itself, I took upon myself as an exercise to create a wrapper function to do the same in case he wants to … Continue reading PowerShell – Get Files Modified In A Certain Date Range And Copy/Delete/Zip…whatever