Darwin Hatheway


Differential Backup Prediction

SQL Server 2000 has a rock solid backup scheme , but do you really need to run full backups every day? What if you could decide on the fly if it was more efficient for a full or a differential backup? Darwin Hatheway brings us the basis for a scheme that can predict the size of a differential backup by examining how much of the database has changed.

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