4
votes
2answers
56 views

Determining the tables and impact of a large number of SPs

I'm trying to track down what is causing some response times to increase when data is compressed by page compression, when the system is not CPU bound and 95% of responses see a decrease in response ...
1
vote
2answers
64 views

Restoring database from a server that uses data compression

In our environment our production server is using MS SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition. We have a development and test server that runs MS SQL Server Standard Edition and the table structure between ...
3
votes
2answers
602 views

Clustered index compression vs table compression - are they the same thing?

If I set compression (either page or row) on the clustered index of a table, is that the same as setting compression on the table? SQL Server provides options for doing both, which suggests that they ...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

What is the most effective way to compress and store a SQL Server backup? [closed]

I've been doing some testing of different methods for compressing and storing SQL Server backups (using SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise edition), and I'm wondering what the most effective compression ...
0
votes
1answer
98 views

Database size not reduced after compressing tables

Using Data Compression, my table size was reduced from 1770 MB to 250 MB, but the database size was not reduced. Why?
3
votes
2answers
1k views

Does adding page compression to a table also compress existing indexes?

I am creating a series of new tables that will have page level compression enabled. Will this affect the indexes as well, or will I have to also specify compression when creating the indexes? create ...
3
votes
2answers
247 views

SQL database backups methods-tools-procedures

Currently, I am investigating some way to more efficiently backup 4 Production SQL Databases (3 different servers/instances) and would like to know if anyone else has had the problems we are having ...