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My SQL Server Database is Corrupt - Now What?! Expand / Collapse
Posted Friday, February 1, 2013 3:54 AM

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Good article Paul - thanks.

Things will and do go wrong - no one should try to kid themselves otherwise.

The main thing we can do is our best damage limitation exercise.

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Nice Article!!

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I would echo all the other comments, it's not "if" it is "when". I always tell my clients, no one ever thought they would slam jumbo jets into skyscrapers but it happened.

My current client have no SQL DR whatsoever so about to create their first DR plan.

Test & prepare, great article Paul.


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