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How Can I Determine Object Distribution in a Multiple-File Filegroup?

I am looking to eliminate an extraneous data file in a filegroup in my DB but don't want to use the dreaded DBCC SHRINKFILE method, I am preferring to rebuild indexes into an alternate FG, perform the ...
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Page Header DB Frag ID Property

I am using SQL Server version: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - 11.0.2100.60 (X64). I created a single table containing one and only one integer-valued column. I then added one and only one row to the ...
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DB2: Is it good to create the index table space to use 32 KB data page

I found our DB2 server configs all the index into one table space. And it then defines the table space to use 32kb data page. Is this good? How to judge it? Any advice is welcome.
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DB2: Is it good to create the LONG table space to use 32 KB data page

Our DB2 database(V9.7) has only defined one table space to store all the big object like xml. And xml size could be different. Some are about 2kb average. And some are 7kb average. So does it make ...
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Will a composite Primary Key use the 15/16 page fill factor or the 1/2?

I understand that if a PK is a consecutive number, it will fill a page as its maximum which is a factor of 15/16. If it is a random PK the page fill factor will be of 1/2. I was wondering if my PK ...
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How do I fix this corrupted page?

My database is in simple recovery mode. One page got corrupted and I only have backups created using simple backup. When I run this: DBCC PAGE ('myDB', 1, 952663, 3) I get: DBCC PAGE error: ...
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Slot Array and Total Page Size

I continue to read in many forums and on many blogs that a page is comprised as shown below: Page Size: 16 x 512B = 8192B Page Header: = 96B Maximum In_Row Row: = 8060B This leaves ...
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SQL Server: How to create a table that fills one 8 KB page?

Is there a way to calculate the amount of data that fills one 8 KB page in SQL Server and create a table that fills one page entirely? This kind of table is presented in in this blog post.
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SQL Server - How are data pages stored when using a clustered index

I recently heard that the data pages in a clustered index aren't stored contiguously. Is this true? Perhaps data pages are normally stored contiguously with some exceptions to the rule? Or perhaps I ...