Suresh Maganti

  • Interests: Query Tuning, Performance Tuning, Disaster Recovery, MS SQL Server 2005/2008, HA, DR.

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Arriving at Database Growth Factor in SQL Server 2000

It is highly recommended that you not rely on system tables in your application as the values and meanings many change between versions. But for an experienced person that digs into the system often and needs quick answers, these system tables may be a great source of information. Suresh Maganti brings us his recent adventure in finding a reliable way to determine the growth factor of a database.

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2005-12-06

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