Author Archives: Andrew Jackson

About Andrew Jackson

I am SQL DBA and SQL Server blogger too. I like to share about SQL Server and the problems related to it as well as their solution and also I do handle database related user queries, server or database maintenance, database management etc.

Restore SQL Server Database from Multiple Backup Files: Learn the Best Practices

SQL Server can come across errors at any time. To tackle any severe situation, it is always standard practice to backup SQL database. The backup of primary and secondary database files, as well as Transaction log files, are saved as … Continue reading

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Check Out How to Open LDF File in SQL Server

The data of SQL database can be broadly categorized into two primary file types. One of MDF file and another is LDF file. MDF file is the master database file that contains the basic data and LDF file (log database … Continue reading

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Let’s Discuss the Importance of Backup in SQL Server

There should be proper planning done to create backup of SQL Server Database. As all the data saved within the database is prone to get corrupt in several ways such as any human error, network intrusions, natural catastrophes, poor power … Continue reading

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SQL Warning Fatal Error 605 occurred? Here is A Complete Profound

If you are getting SQL error 605 while working with SQL Server then, this troubleshooting guide will help you resolve this issue. User Scenarios: Query-1 “I am acquiring following error while running queries from one of my tables: In order … Continue reading

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Solved: Nonclustered Index Corruption in SQL Sever

Data Corruption is bad. Corruption either occur physically or logically in indexes. The Non-clustered Indexes are pointers of data that helps you in finding data more quickly. It contains Non-clustered key value and each key value has a pointer that … Continue reading

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How to Repair Suspect Database in SQL Server with DBCC CHECKDB

Sometimes when connecting to the database, the database becomes inaccessible and you will get the following error message: The error message indicates that the database is in SUSPECT mode.

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Resolve Microsoft SQL Server Attach Database Error Code 5120

When the users try to attach a database to SQL server then sometimes it becomes difficult to do this due an error. This error is known as Microsoft SQL Server error 5120 access denied. The error message occurs on the … Continue reading

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