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Suresh Raavi is a database professional, with a zest for SQL Server specializing in Administration and performance tuning. Presently, he is a Sr. SQL Server DBA at the Microsoft Products and Services IT SQL team, taking part in various challenging projects, focusing mainly on performance tuning, database development, high availability and database design. He is passionate about database technologies and "data" in general. He has earned the MCITP Database Administrator 2008, and holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering. He provides insights from the field on his blog at http://SqlServerZest.com. His hobbies includes Running and Travelling. You can follow him on Twitter @SqlServerZest

Archives: August 2013

SQL Server – Why is the ‘sa’ Login Account Disabled & How to Enable ‘sa’ Login Account

Ever noticed and wondered why the well-known SQL Server system administrator (sa) login is in a disabled state? The reason is simple, sa login account is disabled out of the box (by default) in Windows Authentication mode. You have to enable manually to use it. On the other hand, if…

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Posted in SqlServerZest.com - SQL in simple style on 20 August 2013

SQL Server – How to Move Database Files – Data File and Log File – From One Drive Location to the Other

Most of the DBAs at some point of time in their career should have faced at-least one of the below situation(s): 1. The disk/SAN where the database files are located is going to be replaced 2. Disk is full and no more free space available 3. Data files and/or log…

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3 comments, 602 reads

Posted in SqlServerZest.com - SQL in simple style on 10 August 2013

SQL Server – Automating Backup Files Cleanup Task Using Maintenance Plans

Cleaning/deleting the old backup files is equally important as taking the backups. Doing so we can (i) Avoid overhead cost for the storage space, and (ii) Ensure and retain enough space on the disk for the next successful backup Using ‘Maintenance Plans’ this task will be a cake walk for…

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4 comments, 571 reads

Posted in SqlServerZest.com - SQL in simple style on 7 August 2013

SQL Server – Get all Login Accounts Using T-SQL Query – SQL Logins, Windows Logins, Windows Groups

Earlier today I was required to pull the list of all SQL Login Accounts, Windows Login Accounts and Windows Group Login Accounts (basically all the Logins along with the Account Type of the Login) on one of the SQL Server instance where there are close to a hundred Login Accounts…

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Posted in SqlServerZest.com - SQL in simple style on 6 August 2013