Dan Guzman


Stairway to Server-side Tracing

Stairway to Server-side Tracing - Level 4: How to Create and View Default and black box Trace Data

An introduction to the SQL Server default and black box traces targeted at DBAs who are new to these specialized traces. The article shows how to enable and disable the default trace feature and create a black box trace. The captured events are discussed along with how to view current and historical trace data of these traces.

2019-03-26 (first published: )

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