I have a Windows Server 2008R2 Server, running SQL Server 2008R2 SP2. The server currently only does a full backup once daily. The server's operational hours are between 8am and 5pm. The server's new ...
EDIT: I think the original question (below) was not worded very well, and probably caused confusion. The basic question is: If I have a SQL Server 2005 database using a single .mdf file and I change ...
The situation: I have a 1.3 TB Database (SQL 2005) that I am currently backing up to 2 network shares on separate machines and on one local USB. (Don't ask why - long story involving a DBA that quit ...
I'm setting up a pair of PostgreSQL servers. Because cash is short I can only afford one high class server and some crapy backup box. If the expensive high end box should catch fire, operations can ...
I'm an application developer and wondering about our database backup strategy. Right now our sysadmins backup our database every 8 hours. I don't really know how the do it, but while the backup is ...
I have just come to a new company and we have one database which was created with standard initial size and autogrowth parameters for data and log files (1 MB autogrowth for data / 10% for log). The ...
If you perform a... BACKUP DATABASE [DB_Name] TO DISK=N'c:\backups\db_name.bak' WITH STATS=10 Will that perform a single or multi-threaded write? Our Server support company advised us that if we ...