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Archives: August 2009

Backing up to NUL vs Backup with Truncate only

Or “It’s 10pm, do you know where your log records are?

Something that I’ve started to see recently is the idea that Backup Log … With Truncate Only, which was deprecated in SQL 2005 and gone in SQL 2008 can be simulated by backing the log up to… Read more

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Posted in SQL In The Wild on 31 August 2009

Corruption in sys.dependencies

The second type of corruption I want to look at is that of missing references in sys.sql_dependencies. This typically appears on SQL 2005 in a database upgraded from SQL 2000.

On SQL 2000 it was possible to make direct updates to the system tables, and, in my opinion, if was… Read more

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Posted in SQL In The Wild on 26 August 2009

Stats blob corruptions

There have been a couple odd types of corruption that I’ve been seeing on the forums. I want to take the time to go into some detail, because the fix is possibly not obvious. The first one that I want to look at is corruption of a stat blob.

These… Read more

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Posted in SQL In The Wild on 24 August 2009