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revised How to improve performance if index is not Most SELECTIVE?
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comment How to improve performance if index is not Most SELECTIVE?
Does 1,80,000 mean 1,800,000 or 180,000?
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comment MySQL vs SQL Server Express (Compare Free DBMS)
Note: later versions of SQL Server Express / Compact / CE support larger database sizes and other higher limits.
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comment Syntax for restoring SQL Server backup from non-disk source
@Kin It is a virtual server--but I'm confused because a few weeks ago it wasn't a virtual server and I saw the same GUID style for backup.
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comment Syntax for restoring SQL Server backup from non-disk source
@RLF There's no mixing and matching that I know of... I'm not going to be taking my own backups. If you mean that I can't restore such backups using SQL Server then okay, but you didn't really spell it out.
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comment Restoring a backup to an older version of SQL Server
@ThomasRushton That script is by definition going to be bigger than the database itself, probably by at least double if not worse! I hope it's not a 50 GB database...