Category Archives: T-SQL

Microsoft under the Sea (A journey from Cloud to Sea)

Microsoft under the Sea (A journey from Cloud to Sea) This blog is based on the current news from Microsoft which is related to the milestone project Natick. I am sharing a brief summary and few important highlights however at … 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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SQL Server High Availability and Database Recovery Model Relationship

There are four types of high availability options available in Microsoft SQL server. All the options are different from each other. For example, Log shipping, Mirroring and Always On works on database level while Replication works on database objects level. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible, enterprise-grade cloud computing platform. Azure was announced in October 2008 and released on February 1, 2010. It provides Software as a service (SaaS) Platform as a service (PaaS) Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Why … Continue reading

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How to add and remove a database to an availability group in Always On

How to add and remove a database to an availability group in Always On Rule: Connect to the server instance that hosts the primary replica. Use the┬áT-SQL statement as below After you add a database to an availability group, you … Continue reading

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Always On in SQL Server 2017 (Read-Scale Feature)

Always On in SQL Server 2017 (Read-Scale Feature) SQL server 2017 has introduced new feature and technology (read-scale availability group) with Always on. Now, Always On availability groups provide high availability, disaster recovery and read-scale balancing. Read-Scale Availability Group: This … Continue reading

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