Database properties

Database Properties Health Check

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Within an instance of SQL Server, the database settings can have a direct effect on the database’s behavior, performance and availability. Sometimes, it is difficult to tie a symptom to a cause, so it is wise to routinely check and record these settings. Before you change the current setting, it pays to understand exactly what it means and the implications of any change.

2011-10-04

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