Is there anyway so that we can estimated/know size of database using backup file without restoring it?
I'm running SQL Server 2008 Express and hitting the 4GB size wall. I'd like to make some space to give me time before i migrate to a larger DB. I don't need my transaction log. So, can i delete ...
I am trying to optimize some settings on a SQL Server that talks to inhouse programs. I have read to size all DB files the same. I have a server with a 20GB data file, with the other 9 files being ...
I hope this question is easy for someone to answer :) I have a table that looks like this (unimportant columns hidden) CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Log]( [LogID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, ...
I have a database which had mdf size of 350 MB and ldf size 4.9 GB When i try to shrink the log file it's not shrinking. I know shrinking a database is not good and it should not be done. But still i ...
I have a table in SQL Server 2012 with 460.000 rows. This Table has the following Schema: We had an issue with our application so all 500.000 rows were created with Comments filled up with spaces. ...
I have set the autogrowth and maxsize properties to: By 10 MB, Unlimited When I look at the Properties -> General Tab by right-clicking the database in SSMS, I see the file size is 2249MB with 6.1 ...
There are 2 parts to my question. Is there a way of specifying the initial size of a database in PostgreSQL? If there isn't, how do you deal with fragmentation when the database grows over time? ...