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Improving Database Design and Performance Using Compression


Improving Database Design and Performance Using Compression

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Boris G
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How about using sp_estimate_data_compression_savings, for sql2008 and above.

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Is it Steven Lugan? Thanks for your comments on the article. I don't have your number. I would be gald to call you or you can reach me at 214-300-8995.


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Hi Boris,
The system stored procedure, sp_estimate_data_compression_savings for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 has already been mentioned and used in the article to get an estimate of space saving after compression.

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Suresh.


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