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Troubleshooting and Fixing SQL Server Page Level Corruption

Corrupt SQL Server databases are the worst nightmare of any SQL Server professional. In any environment, from small business to enterprise, the compromise of integrity and availability of the data can constitute a business emergency. This is especially the case in those organizations reliant on an OLTP data model, for a high-volume website. SQL Server database corruption and disruption of the transaction processing system can cause business repercussions such as large financial losses, a drop in reputation or customer retention, or contractual SLA problems with the service provider, if not managed in-house.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2013/02/18 | Source: MSSQLTips.com | Category: corruption
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Performing DBCC Checks Using SQL Virtual Restore

Ever restored a corrupted database from the backup, only to find that the backups are corrupted too - All the backups? Sure it can happen and it isn't nice when it does. To check that a database backup is internally consistent you have to use DBCC CheckDB. On a huge highly-loaded live system? Grant Fritchey has, as usual, a practical solution.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2011/05/02 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: dbcc checkdb
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