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    Meet Thomas Kejser in Aarhus

    This is normally not a place where we advertise for events held by our friends, but today I’ll make an exception to that rule. Our friends at Orangeman has made a scoop, two that is actually . In October, Orangeman is hosting two interesting courses here ...

    Geniiius  Posted on Sep 6 2012 12:00AM
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    SQL Rally 2012 Nordic

    The Nordic SQL Server event of the year is getting closer and closer. YES it is SQL Rally Nordic that I’m talking about. If you haven’t booked your ticket yet, then it is about time. SQLRally Nordic 2012 is taking place Monday, October 1st – W...

    Geniiius  Posted on Jun 26 2012 12:00AM
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    DBCC CHECKDB

    Quite often when I see a new SQL Server setup, a CHECKDB has never been run on the databases. It’s pretty simple to do, and it _could_ save you some big trouble later on. What is it? The command “DBCC CHECKDB()” checks the logical and physical integrity o...

    Geniiius  Posted on May 29 2012 12:00AM
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    Backup compression using IBM TDP for SQL Server

    If you are using SQL Server 2008 enterprise/datacenter edition, or SQL Server 2008 R2 standard or above, you are in the lucky possition to be able to compress your SQL Server backups. Often I see installations of these versions, where compression is not en...

    Geniiius  Posted on May 15 2012 12:00AM
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    Troubleshooting Database mail

    Last week we blogged about “How to configure Database mail” – this week we’ll have a closer look at what to do when everything looks fine, but no mail is flying through the system – what is wrong?. After testing, if you are unable to receive notification e...

    Geniiius  Posted on May 8 2012 12:00AM
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    How to Configure Database mail

    In my daily job as a SQL Server consultant I go to a lot of places, many days on the road, and many nights at different hotels. All these things are a part of the job, so of course I am not complaining. What some times can be a challenge is to have access ...

    Geniiius  Posted on May 1 2012 12:00AM
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    Automatic page repair with SQL Server Mirroring

    Now and then my colleagues and I find our selves in the middle of a discussion about SQL Server Mirroring versus the more traditional Failover Clustering. Both are features provided by SQL Server for achieving high availability, buth they both have pro’s a...

    Geniiius  Posted on Apr 24 2012 12:00AM
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    Visualize Wait stats with Microsoft Excel

    In our blog post last week: Instance Wide Wait Stats we promised to show You how to visualize the collected wait stats with Microsoft Excel, so this is what this blog post will be about. The blog post from last week will be the basic setup for this one, s...

    Geniiius  Posted on Apr 18 2012 12:00AM
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    Nifty queries using a Numbers helper table

    (The complete usable code is in the very bottom of this blog post) Some of you may have seen this “numbers table” technique in use before, but I thought I would share a few simpel examples to those of you that haven’t seen the light yet Lets start with a ...

    Geniiius  Posted on Apr 4 2012 12:00AM
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    Debugging query timeouts by sampling blocking – part 2

    In part 1 I explained how I was hunting for the root cause for some query timeouts that happened every once in a while. I knew for certain, that the affected queries were waiting for 30 seconds for an intent exclusive lock on something, before a timeout oc...

    Geniiius  Posted on Mar 15 2012 12:00AM
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