I apologize for the lull in my blogging. After most of my blog posts were completely ripped off by a Chinese website (full copy/paste or web-crawl and replace my name type plagiarism) a switch just flipped in my brain. I am trying again after submitting complaints with Google (Thanks to Brent Ozar for the guidance) … Continue reading SQL Server – Space – Data And Log File Growth Auto-Grow History TSQL
Long time ago, I created a little chunk of TSQL to get a glimpse of my space and file layout information at the Database/File/Filegroup level. It is a basic routine that spins through all the databases of an instance to collect space usage data. Over the years, I have used it a lot and it … Continue reading SQL Server: Quick Space & File Layout Analysis With PowerShell and PowerBI
Please checkout my post on "Moving Datafiles" which is very related to this method but is preferred more. One would think that detaching and attaching databases is one of the simplest things to do. It is. However, there are so many things that can break by that simple operation by itself and nothing more. Recently, … Continue reading SQL Server: Detach/Attach Gotchas!
DMV's are very useful. In fact, they are like glass windows that lets you look at a running engine. There are lots of them and they give us lots of numbers but Most are cumulative in nature! i.e., the numbers keep on increasing and never decrease. A variation of above like space usage where the … Continue reading SQL Server: Dynamically Calculate Delta Values For Numeric And Date Columns From DMV’s Or Any Table