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2answers
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Repair SQL Server Database [closed]

Can anyone give me a complete guide to verifying/repairing a SQL Server database? At the moment our backup is failing on the Solarwinds database saying the database NetPerfMon is corrupted (we are ...
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0answers
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Is there a program I can use to redistribute DB files across multiple volumes efficiently?

I'm working with a VLDB instance with over 60 DBs and close to 200 DB files, allocated over nearly 20 volumes. The instance is a Dev server getting periodic restores from a production instance with a ...
3
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1answer
201 views

Tempdb data file disappearing

I recently moved my Temp database files onto a separate drive (I had two data files and one log file). However, after restarting the server, my second data file disappeared both from the file list on ...
2
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1answer
119 views

SQL Server data files and RAID

I have a server with a RAID1 volume (OS + apps) and a RAID10 volume (database). The RAID10 volume has 6 physical disks. Should I split the SQL Server database into 6 datafiles (one for each physical ...
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3answers
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Wrong Last Modified Date of .ndf file on SQL Server [closed]

I have SQL Server Database and we have many tables. To improve performance, I have created different filegroups with files on different disks just for indexes. I have created new index today in a ...
4
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2answers
1k views

Splitting a large SQL Server MDF file

I have a large (1.2 terabyte) SQL Server database that I need to migrate to a new server. Most of the database lives on a single, 1.25 TB data file, and a little bit sits on a much-more-manageable 550 ...
3
votes
2answers
373 views

Autogrow. Primary vs additional data files

My databases all use autogrow, which grows the primary MDF file on a percentage. But one of the databases, from a third party application grows by adding additional .NDF files. Where is this option ...
3
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2answers
2k views

Disk space full but logical space available in database

We have a fairly big MS SQL 2008R2 database that resides on a SSD drive. The drive itself only has ~110Gb of space, and the database files are the only files on the drive. The database is in "Simple" ...
3
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2answers
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Multiple SQL Server data files on same SAN disk

I'm currently in the process of creating a new database, and have previously only ever used a single data file and a single log file. I've done some research online regarding the benefits of multiple ...
3
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6answers
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SQL Server split mdf into multiple files

I have a database called example.mdf with a total size of 1GB which suffers from performance issues. I checked the allocated hardware and it is higher than required, I double checked the design and ...
3
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1answer
1k views

Identify File Growth Events

I'm discovering a number of DBs in my portfolio that have been created with default autogrow settings (either 1 MB or 10% increments) that have expanded for an extended period of time. If I wanted to ...
1
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1answer
571 views

How many files should I create for one filegroup and 9 weekly partitions?

I have 9 weekly partitions on one filegroup. How many files do I need to create? There are 3 tables containing 46 million, 16 million and 10 million rows.
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4answers
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Do I really need to keep .LDF files?

Each month we make an end of month snapshot of our production databse. These month end snapshots are strictly for reporting purposes, there are no inserts, updates or deletes ever done on them. Each ...