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DBCC CheckDB ('MYDB') WITH NO_INFOMSGS, ALL_ERRORMSGS aborted


DBCC CheckDB ('MYDB') WITH NO_INFOMSGS, ALL_ERRORMSGS aborted

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Now I think I understand...

I see the datetimestamps are completely different...so it's basically reading it from the last known outcome of the prior CHECKDB that was successful.

I always thought it was bizarre how this "CHECKDB" ran so fast on startup, while the actual one you run can take hours - makes much more sense now - Again, thank-you for your patience! :-)

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MyDoggieJessie (8/24/2013)
so it's basically reading it from the last known outcome of the prior CHECKDB that was successful.


Correct. It's printing out the date and time last known good CheckDB run. In the case of the one I listed, I haven't run a CheckDB on that database in a year (it is a test database)

That info is stored in the database's boot page and printed out whenever SQL brings the DB online (service start, restore, attach, set online)


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Just in case you were curious, all databases were restored successfully without losing any data - it took 14 hours to get them all back and to verify them with CHECKDB's - but in the end, it went smoothly.

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