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Two Things I Would Change in SSISDB Setup


Two Things I Would Change in SSISDB Setup

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Great information - this kind of practical advice is much more valuable than your standard regurgitated walkthroughs. A bit off topic but long overdue for enhancement is the SQL Agent. Something as simple as folders would make management of this so much easier.
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I completely agree... when I look at some of my jobs lists... I get lost trying to identify what I'm looking for.

Let's not even get into SSRS Subscription schedules.... Nothing like 500 jobs with nothing but a GUID for a name.



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Thanks for the article.
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Hi,

The default 365 days is way too many once you have a busy server, i remember when i fell foul of that oneSad

to alter the retention period i use this method

EXEC catalog.configure_catalog RETENTION_WINDOW, 7;
GO

there is also this one for changing the max versions of a project.

EXEC catalog.configure_catalog MAX_PROJECT_VERSIONS, 4;
GO

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Practical, useful information from the front lines. These settings are analog to setting Max Memory on a new instance. They certainly caught my team and I off guard when first implementing SSISDB. Thank you for sharing.

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This topic is one of the reasons in a presentation that I often do on the SSIS Catalog, I always begin with how to install the SSISDB and to reset the properties for retention. I make everybody in the room repeat it for emphasis.
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And thanks to Ben for the tip about permissions.

In my environments we just blanket grant sa privileges for running the maintenance scripts like this and syspolicy_purge_history so it slipped by my attention.

I also quit worrying about setting the retention window once I moved to my script because I could just pass it in, and well it was just easier to pass it in.



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Mark thanks again for writing your article and script. It has been very helpful to me.

Ben
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This is another thing you may want to do upon setup:

ALTER DATABASE [SSISDB] SET RECOVERY SIMPLE;



The transaction log can get a bit unruly, and Point-in-time recovery has limited usefulness in this database.

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