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Review of Lumigent Log Explorer v3


Review of Lumigent Log Explorer v3

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Chris Hedgate
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Having used Log Explorer for over 3 years, I've found some additional uses other than restoring data:

Exporting the transaction log records to a SQL table and running queries to determine who and when data was modified

The Load Analysis feature particularly the information on page splits is interesting. I've been unable to find any other method to determine the number of pages splits per database. Perfmon reports on a server wide basis. In addition the most active user and tables based on transactions is also interesting information.





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Hi,
I am not able to download Log explorer from Lumigent site.

No product information along with description available in the site

http://www.lumigent.com/products/le_sql/le_sql.htm

as per the article below.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Administration/reviewoflumigentlogexplorerv4/1282/

Kindly correct the article as well as provide me the link to download the tool.

Regards,
RRJ
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Hi,
Also request you to mention the SQL Server editions supported by Lumigent Log Explorer.

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RRJ
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