Jayakumar Krishnan


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Using SQL Server 2008 PBM to Monitor Free Space

Keeping track of the space used and free in your database files is something that all experienced DBAs need to do. And something many new DBAs forget. New author Jayakumar Krishnan brings us an easy technique to do this in SQL Server 2008 with Policy Based Management.

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2009-12-16

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