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PracticalSQLDba

I have total of 11 years of IT experience with Application development, Database Development and Database Administration. I have worked with different version of SQL server from 7.0 to 2008.Started my carrier as VB ,VC++ and database developer in a banking sector for implementing their core banking solution. Currently working as Database Administrator with wide knowledge in performance tuning, high availability solution, troubleshooting and server monitoring. This blog is my humble attempt to share my knowledge and what I learned from my day to day work.

Archives: September 2013

SQL Server :Part 1 : Architecture of Transaction Log

In our earlier post, we have discussed in detail about the architecture of the data file and different types of pages. In this post, we will be discussing about the architecture of log file.

Logging is a mechanism used in RDBMS to support various ACID (Atomicity,Consistency,Isolation and Durability) properties of transactions. A transaction…

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Posted in PracticalSQLDba on 30 September 2013

SQL Server: Data File Structure

In our earlier posts , we have discussed about various types pages in details. In this post let us discuss about the organization of the data file.In other words how these pages are organized in the data file.

As you know, SQL server divides the data file into 8 KB…

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Posted in PracticalSQLDba on 2 September 2013